Not exceeding 300 words (excluding title, author/s affiliation/s) should be submitted in any one of the following styles:
Original Research: Structured abstracts with Background, Aim, Methods, Results and Conclusion.
Case report/series: Background, clinical data, Family history, Investigations, Results, Genetic Counselling.
Innovative themes: May be non-structured, in 1 to 3 paragraphs
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Under the umbrella of Oncology / Cardiology / Neurology / Ophthalmology / Nephrology / Reproductive medicine / Infertility / Musculoskeletal disorders / Common complex disorders with any of the following themes:
Role of Genetic Counselling as a liaison between laboratories and clinicians.
Relevance of your research in supporting genetic counselling prospects.
How has genetic counselling uniquely contributed in ensuring a satisfactory outcome in a challenging clinical scenario?
How genetic counselling has helped identify the necessity of a new test?
|Last date for submission of abstracts||6 June 2023|
|Notification of accepted abstracts to prepare e-posters & 3-5 min videos||6-9 June 2023|
|Last date for submitting e-posters and videos||20 June 2023|
|Notification of shortlisted poster authors to upload videos||25 June 2023|
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