Guidelines on scientific abstracts and their presentations at ISRHML meetings
Abstracts submitted to ISRHML meetings should focus on scientific findings and must not be used to promote products or companies. Any financial support by commercial companies and any ties to commercial companies such as employment and honoraria must be transparently disclosed. The use of brand names of commercial products should be avoided, unless the disclosure of brand names is necessary for the understanding of the abstract in which case the brand name should not be used more than once.

Oral and poster presentations should focus on the presentation and discussion of scientific data and should not in any way be abused for marketing or advertising purposes. Any financial support by commercial companies and any ties to commercial companies such as employment and honoraria must be transparently disclosed. The name of companies linked to the research should be disclosed. Company logos should not be used in scientific presentations more than once (e.g., in the title slide) to avoid undue promotional activities. The use of brand names of commercial products should be avoided, unless the disclosure of brand names is necessary for the understanding of the abstract in which case the brand name should not be used more than once.

The conference organiser should ensure that these guidelines on scientific abstracts and their presentations at ISRHML meetings are available on the conference website prior to abstract submission and are included in the information shared with presenters of accepted abstracts.

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