Þjóðarspegillinn 2020 - Registration
Abstract guideline for authors
- Abstracts should be a minimum of 170 words or a maximum of 220 words. (Please respect the criterion)
- The title of the presentation and the names of authors should be indicated.
- The name of the seminar which the presentation belongs to should be indicated, if it is known.
- Abstracts must be proofread and ready for publication in an abstract book.
- Care should be given to the wording of the abstracts. Concepts should be clearly explained and abbreviations used purposefully and minimally.
- A study summary should clearly explain the objective, hypothesis, method, implementation as well as interpretation of the main outcomes or lessons learned from the study.
- Abstracts within the same seminar must be specified by the name of the seminar. Care must be taken that the name of the seminar is the same between abstracts.
- Abstracts within the same seminar should have a common theme. If there is no obvious relation between presentations in a predefined seminar Þjóðarspegill’s staff may find such presentations a more suitable place in the final agenda.
- Abstracts will be evaluated according to an assessment sheet. Authors will receive the assessment if a revision of an abstract is needed. Failure to comply with the comments within the time allocated may result in a rejection of the presentation.