Abstracts registration

Abstracts registration - Login request for NON NOPHO-members

If you are a non-NOPHO-member, please fill out this form. (If you are a NOPHO-member please Login, click on ”myNOPHO”, and on Abstracts). After filling out this form NOPHO will activate your account for publishing abstracts. When you have received your login information you can login to the Abstract Dashboard.

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Call for Abstracts

You are welcome to submit an abstract for the meeting!

Much of the success of any meeting depends on the quality and range of abstracts. We are interested in giving an opportunity not only for the invited speakers but also for everyone interested in sharing their work and enthusiasm with colleagues.
Please consider submitting an abstract either reporting scientific work and reporting recent innovations or interventions, results, or case studies within the scope of the meeting.

Abstracts on all aspects of pediatric hematology and oncology are welcome.
Abstracts must be submitted in English via the NOPHO abstract form. Please see Recommendations for the Authors for abstract submission requirements.

Abstracts are automatically forwarded directly to the abstract committee. They are reviewed anonymously (authors and affiliations unknown to the reviewers) and then selected for oral presentation, poster presentation, or publication in the programme book only. Posters may be presented orally in “Rapid Fire” sessions. Please indicate your preferred presentation format, if any.

The abstract committee will send out notification of acceptance and mode of presentation on the 4th of March 2024, in time for registration at early bird fee.

At the Annual dinner, the NOPHO Scientific Committee will award the NOPHO prize to the best Abstracts presented by Young investigators.
As young investigator will be regarded medical students, PhD students, and postdoc researchers without permanent clinical position.