The Congress organizers have received numerous requests to extend the submission deadline so that the broadest possible range of research can be presented at the meeting. IBIA has therefore decided to extend the submission deadline to Monday, November 2, 2015. IBIA has already had an exceptionally positive response to the Call for Abstracts, and we expect that the meeting in the Hague will be one off the largest and most educationally significant meetings in IBIA’s history!
The abstract submittal system is currently open for the 2016 World Congress on Brain Injury. The organizers encourage the submission of original brain injury research for presentation at the World Congress. Abstracts will be scored by the Scientific Planning Committee and accepted work will be presented in either short oral presentation or as a poster.
- Neurotrauma – basic research
- Neurotrauma – prevention and public health
- Neurotrauma – case reports/clinical research
- Neurotrauma – health services and outcomes
- Technology – basic research
- Technology – clinical research/applications
- Neurorehabilitation – basic research
- Neurorehabilitation – case reports/clinical research
- Neurorehabilitation – activities and participation
- Neurorehabilitation – public policy and advocacy
Submissions must be data-driven or assessment/treatment model descriptions.
The abstract word limit is 450 words with English characters; if you use accents, umlauts, etc., the abstract will count them as additional words.
Abstracts will be reviewed by the Congress’ Scientific Planning Committee, which will determine the most appropriate presentation format (oral or poster) for each abstract accepted. Awards will be given to top scoring posters and oral presentations.
Abstracts accepted for the Eleventh World Congress on Brain Injury will be published in a supplemental issue of IBIA's official journal, Brain Injury.