Basic Life Sciences
Basic Life Sciences session provides a glimpse into the newest research on human anatomy and physiology, molecular biology, genetics, immunology, microbiology, etc. We will be happy to have you present your findings concerning these topics during our original research session.
Surgery session addresses the topics related directly to surgical procedures, such as surgical techniques and preoperative rehabilitation or postoperative care in various surgical specialties (excluding Neurosurgery and Gynecology&Obstetrics). If you conduct research in any of these fields, you are welcome to present their results to the world during the 23rd ICYMS!
Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry session focuses on common neurological and psychiatric disorders, their diagnosis, treatment methods and recent developments. If you are passionate about this field of medicine and would like to present the results of your research, we encourage you to take part in this session during the ICYMS.
Pediatrics and Neonatology
The Pediatrics and Neonatology session takes up any topic relevant to children’s physical, mental, and social health from birth to young adulthood. We would gladly hear about preventive health as well as diagnosis and treatment. We can’t wait for your presentation of your original research article.
Cardiology and Hypertension
Cardiology and Hypertension session combines scientific updates to the field of cardiovascular diseases. If this area has stolen your heart, we encourage you to attend it and present your original article during the 23rd ICYMS!
Gynecology and Obstetrics
Gynecology and Obstetrics session focuses on women’s health before, during, and after childbearing years, diagnosing and treating conditions of the reproductive system and associated disorders. We encourage everyone who is an OB-GYN nut to present original scientific material on the conference.
Oncology, Hematology and Radiotherapy
Oncology, Hematology and Radiotherapy session gathers original papers related to the current fight against neoplasms. Being up to date when clinical management is rapidly changing requires tremendous inquisitiveness. Therefore, any research containing different approaches to treat these diseases will be more than welcome, especially interdisciplinary ones – together we are stronger!
Ophthalmology, Laryngology and Dentistry
Ophthalmology, Laryngology and Dentistry session combines three essential branches of medicine concerned with the head and neck region. In this session, the emphasis is put not only on the broad subject of dental care but also on laryngological aspects and eye and vision health. Original research articles in any of these fields are highly welcome.
Internal Medicine session focuses on scientific knowledge and clinical expertise in the diagnosis, treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness and multisystem disorders. We want to encourage you to present your scientific research at the 23rd ICYMS.
The Pharmacy session at the Congress is your opportunity to learn together and take the time to reflect on patient care from the point of the pharmacist. Moreover, we warmly welcome any research topics related to new drugs, their potential side effects, pharmacokinetics, etc.
The Public Health session embraces original research on various disciplines such as epidemiology, biostatistics, public policy, social sciences, health education and management of health services. If preventing disease, promoting health and the impact of individual scientific disciplines on public health are close to you, we encourage you to present your research paper!
This session is dedicated to doctoral students developing themselves academically and working on their research by making scientific observations. If you are interested in scientific research and want to educate young minds, this session is for you. Participation in this year’s ICYMS will enhance your scientific achievements.
Surgical Case Report
During the Surgical Case Report session, you are welcome to present your case report on topics related to General Surgery, Head and Neck Surgery, Neurosurgery, or any other surgical specialty. If you want to share your surgical knowledge, present your case report during the ICYMS!
Non-surgical Case Report
The best way to improve your clinical skills is a deep analysis of non-surgical case reports. We welcome a wide range of case reports connected with internal medicine and other non-surgical specialties. Remember – each case is unique and noteworthy!
Pediatric Case Report
Pediatrics is the specialty of medical science concerned with children’s physical, mental, and social health from birth to young adulthood. During this session, you will be able to present captivating case reports that show this specialty’s uniqueness. So, if you want to share your knowledge, join us and present your case report during the newly created session at 23rd ICYMS!
Dentistry Case Report
Have you ever dealt with some extraordinary medical ailment in your dental office? Endodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry and any other dental specialty – we will be pleased if you would share your experience with us. Now you can present it at Dentistry Case Report during the Congress!
The poster session is devoted to the visual presentation of your uncommon case report. Here we accept papers from diverse backgrounds. The main point is to display it interestingly and complete your presentation with photos, schemes, and graphs. Here you can find tips for creating your work.
- The participant is responsible for printing their own poster and handing it to the Organizator on the day of the session.
- It is recommended to send the electronic version of the poster to the Session Coordinator beforehand, the latest 18th of May 2023
- The Organizer recommends *.pptx or *.pdf files. Using other types of files than recommended is on the participant’s own responsibility.
- The printed poster should have A1 format measurements.
- Printed important information should be readable from 3 meters.
- The poster can include text, pictures, figures, tables, or graphs
- The poster should include the title of the case report, the author’s name, and academic affiliations.
Posters will be displayed for public viewers, other participants, and of course Jury members during a Congress. For your official, oral presentation before the Jury, you are welcome to use an extra presentation if you need. In this case, please send it together with your poster project.