Authors can submit papers
in 2 Categories:
Category A: Abstract Only
Those authors who have embarked on a
research which is still on-going, can participate in the
conference by submitting only an Abstract. The Abstract
(s) will be reviewed and if accepted, it will be
published in the
Conference e-Proceedings' special issue with an ISSN and
will be indexed in renowned scientific databases
GALE, Academic OneFile,
IndexCopernicus, and etc.
word count should be between 150 to 600 words, with
up to 6 keywords.
Authors who have a Full Paper (or Case Report), can
submit it for evaluation and review process. If
accepted, it will be published in one of the conference peer-reviewed indexed
Journals based on the decision of conference team and reviewers. To see a
list of the journals click here.
Papers should be between 2000
to 7000 words in length.
Submissions should be original and
unpublished papers related to one of the
themes, and should have not been
submitted or been under review elsewhere. Case reports and poster submissions are also welcomed.
High quality papers will be nominated for the
Best Student Paper Award.
Manuscripts' Requirements (for both Categories)
A title of not more than ten words should be
A brief autobiographical note should be supplied
Full Authors' names
manuscripts should also entail a
Structured Abstract, comprising of the
- Aim & Objectives
- Methods/Study Design
- Study Limitations (optional)
Tables and Figures should be included as part of
the manuscript and should appear at the end (after
References should be according to
American Medical Association (AMA)
All papers should be
emailed (as a word document [.doc] file) to
IOMC 2012 has a PUBLISH AHEAD
system, which allows the publication of Accepted Full Paper in
the indexed journals upon their acceptance and even before the
conference dates. Therefore, early submissions are strongly