Entries for JPR 2020 Sicentific Paper are available on the event website and the deadline is to be extended by January 6, 2020.
This is a unique opportunity to exhibit or present your content to participants and leaders of Radiology from different countries around the world, intensifying the exchange of knowledge and social relations between professionals of different services.
All papers will be evaluated by an SPR committee of experts and, if approved, may be submitted for presentation or exhibition at JPR 2020. Next, check out the ways to present a scientific paper:
• Printed Presentation (PA): Presented on paper (poster) in the Panel Section, in the physical area of the event. They will also be available for access to Digital Panel Section computers during JPR. This panel measures 0.90 m high by 1.90 m wide. Quality papers that do not receive a space for exhibition in the physical area of the event may be invited for exclusive presentation on computer;
• Digital Presentation (PD): subscribed or relocated for exclusively digital presentation. These files must be made in Power Point;
• Oral Presentation (TL): oral presentations made between the official classes of JPR. Each presentation will be 8 minutes long, followed by 2 minutes for discussion and clarification (except where the course coordinator changes the time previously). The presentation time is not extendable. The presenter need not necessarily be the first author; however, s/he must be registered at JPR. Quality papers that do not get a place for oral presentation may be invited for presentation in other formats. Please note: for this category only original papers will be accepted;
• Commented Panels: the best papers in “Printed” and “Digital” presentations will be selected for commented presentation, as long as the authors agree. The commented panel presenter does not have to be the first author, but must be enrolled in JPR.
Follow all the information and news from JPR 2020 here on the event website and also on the SPR website!