ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Joint meeting SFTA – STC – SoHT – BLT

Deadline for submitting abstracts
4 January 2019

Only one communication will be accepted per first author
The presenting author must be registered for the congress
Do not exceed an A4 page, do not use automatic formatting, do not use revision tracking

Format: A4 size with margins of 2,5 cm, calibri 11, left- and right-justified margin, single spaced


Title: short and informative, in bold lowercase letters. Do not end with a point. Line break


Authors: in lowercase letters (excepted initials): initial of the first name, point, last name in full, comma, next author. Do not end with a point. Click return. Underline the name of the presenting author. The corresponding author must be highlighted by an asterisk and his/her email address must be given at the end of this section:
*Corresponding author
Email address:


Affiliations: in italic lower cases. Postal street addresses of the laboratories concerned with the affiliation of each author must be indicated by a numerical superscript. Indicate only laboratory/institution/city/country. Each address must be given on a separate line.
Text: abstract must be structured and has to include the following section headings in italics: objective, case history (if necessary), methods, results, discussion, conclusion. Begin the text just after the headers. Click return at the end of each paragraph.
- Results must be given and not only announced.
- Tables must be numbered using Arabic numbers and cannot exceed 4 columns.
- Figures are not accepted
- Abbreviations and symbols are those approved by the IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) (such as liter: L; minute: min; microgram/milliliter: ?g/mL; gas chromatography – mass spectrometry: GC-MS, etc.). For drugs, the recognised INN must always be used. The name of the associated pharmaceutical speciality shall be mentioned, but only the first time it appears.


References: references (three maximum) are numbered according to their order of appearance in the text. They are identified in the text and tables by Arabic numbers in brackets. The abbreviations of the title of the cited journals are those of the National Library of Medicine Medicus Index for the current year. References must be presented exactly as follows:
- A journal article: [1]. Kintz P, et al. Assessment of pregabalin use by hair testing. Subst Use Misuse. 2018; 53(12): 2093-2098.
- A book: [2]. Kintz P. Analytical and practical aspects of drug testing in hair. Boca Raton: CRC Taylor & Francis, 2006.
- A chapter from a book: [3]. Jurado C. Hair analysis for cocaine. In: Kintz P (ed). Analytical and practical aspects of drug testing in hair. Boca Raton: CRC Taylor & Francis, 2006: 95-126.
- A website: [4]. Document consulted on web site http://www.inchem.org/ on 24 March 2018


Declaration of conflict of interest: the authors must state at the end of the manuscript whether or not they have a conflict of interest (financial connection with an organisation or establishment, whether public or private, which might be concerned by the results presented). When there is no conflict of interest in connection with the submitted abstract, the following declaration must be added to the end of the article: « Conflict of interest: none ». If there is any conflict(s) of interest in connection with the submitted abstract, list it/them at the bottom of the page.

 

Any abstract which is not written in accordance with these recommendations will not be examined by the scientific council. Download a template bellow.

 

 

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Please specify in which topic you wish to submit your abstract in the list below. Note that the scientific committee reserves the right to modify the topic if it appears not appropriate.

 

Topics:

  • Hair testing (English)
    • Hair and alcohol makers
    • Drug testing in hair
    • Analytical approaches in hair drug testing
    • Interpretation of hair analysis
    • Miscellaneous for hair testing for xenobiotics
  • Forensic Toxicology (English)
    • Post mortem
    • DFSA
    • Analytical
  • Pediatric poisonings (English/French)
  • Antidotes (English/French)
  • Drug poisoning (English/French)
  • Occupational/environmental toxicology (English/French)
  • New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) (English/French)
  • Cannabis et cannabinoïdes : aspects cliniques et analytiques (DPC in French)
  • Free topics (English/French)

Type of communication:

  • Oral communication
  • Poster
  • Indifferent

Deadline for submitting abstracts: 4 January 2019

Only 1 abstract will be accepted per email address

Thank you for your participation,

Best regards,

Com&Co, on behalf of the scientific committee.

 

 

ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION GUIDELINES (click to open)

Joint meeting SFTA – STC – SoHT – BLT

Deadline for submitting abstracts
4 January 2019

Only one communication will be accepted per first author
The presenting author must be registered for the congress
Do not exceed an A4 page, do not use automatic formatting, do not use revision tracking

Format: A4 size with margins of 2,5 cm, calibri 11, left- and right-justified margin, single spaced


Title: short and informative, in bold lowercase letters. Do not end with a point. Line break


Authors: in lowercase letters (excepted initials): initial of the first name, point, last name in full, comma, next author. Do not end with a point. Click return. Underline the name of the presenting author. The corresponding author must be highlighted by an asterisk and his/her email address must be given at the end of this section:
*Corresponding author
Email address:


Affiliations: in italic lower cases. Postal street addresses of the laboratories concerned with the affiliation of each author must be indicated by a numerical superscript. Indicate only laboratory/institution/city/country. Each address must be given on a separate line.
Text: abstract must be structured and has to include the following section headings in italics: objective, case history (if necessary), methods, results, discussion, conclusion. Begin the text just after the headers. Click return at the end of each paragraph.
- Results must be given and not only announced.
- Tables must be numbered using Arabic numbers and cannot exceed 4 columns.
- Figures are not accepted
- Abbreviations and symbols are those approved by the IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) (such as liter: L; minute: min; microgram/milliliter: ?g/mL; gas chromatography – mass spectrometry: GC-MS, etc.). For drugs, the recognised INN must always be used. The name of the associated pharmaceutical speciality shall be mentioned, but only the first time it appears.


References: references (three maximum) are numbered according to their order of appearance in the text. They are identified in the text and tables by Arabic numbers in brackets. The abbreviations of the title of the cited journals are those of the National Library of Medicine Medicus Index for the current year. References must be presented exactly as follows:
- A journal article: [1]. Kintz P, et al. Assessment of pregabalin use by hair testing. Subst Use Misuse. 2018; 53(12): 2093-2098.
- A book: [2]. Kintz P. Analytical and practical aspects of drug testing in hair. Boca Raton: CRC Taylor & Francis, 2006.
- A chapter from a book: [3]. Jurado C. Hair analysis for cocaine. In: Kintz P (ed). Analytical and practical aspects of drug testing in hair. Boca Raton: CRC Taylor & Francis, 2006: 95-126.
- A website: [4]. Document consulted on web site http://www.inchem.org/ on 24 March 2018


Declaration of conflict of interest: the authors must state at the end of the manuscript whether or not they have a conflict of interest (financial connection with an organisation or establishment, whether public or private, which might be concerned by the results presented). When there is no conflict of interest in connection with the submitted abstract, the following declaration must be added to the end of the article: « Conflict of interest: none ». If there is any conflict(s) of interest in connection with the submitted abstract, list it/them at the bottom of the page.

 

Any abstract which is not written in accordance with these recommendations will not be examined by the scientific council. Download a template bellow.

 

 

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