invited on the topics listed above and other areas related to
practical aspects or issues related to health care. The
abstracts/papers stating clearly the purpose, results or status,
and conclusions should be 300-600 words in length (Format A)
plus up to three to five references as applicable.
The abstracts can be submitted in
English or in Spanish. When submitting abstracts in Spanish, it
is recommended that a title in English will also be included
below the title in Spanish.
The authors have
the option of sending papers in Format A (300 -600 words)
OR in Format B (Extended
Paper - see below for details) or
if desired, in both formats. Poster OR oral
For information to submit
As both English and Spanish are official languages of the
conference, the presentations made during the conference can be
made in English or in Spanish. It is strongly recommended that
presentations in Spanish will be accompanied by a substantial
part of slides in English or at least have some subtitles in
English. Authors who submit abstracts in English but intend to
give their presentation in Spanish should indicate so. It is
strongly recommended that the abstracts will be submitted as
soon as possible due to anticipated limit in the abstracts being
accepted as well as visa related issues. The publication of the
abstracts will be contingent on the payment of the registration.
Instructions for Authors Summary
Your paper must be in compliance with the format requirements.
Papers which do not meet the format requirements will not be
sent to reviewers. See carefully the templates for papers in
After filling the submission form, don't forget to upload the
file of your paper. (http://papersub.pahce.org/author/submit.php)
Main Points to
Follow and Errors to Avoid
1) Your format A
paper should be no longer than one page. Your format B paper
should be between 2 and 4 pages although occasionally papers up
top 6 pages can be accepted. Two complete pages represent a
minimum length for the format B papers.
2) Correct the
format of author's listing: for example, the list of authors
James Dewey Watson and Francis Harry Compton Crick must be
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J. D. Watson1, F. H. C. Crick2
of Medical Physics, Indiana University, IN, USA
of Electronic Engineering, University College, London, UK
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Ph. (123) 456-7890
If all authors are
bound to the same institution, it is not necessary to use the
superscript index. Telephone number optional.
3) Do not include
the conference headers and page numbers: conference headers and
page numbers will be included by GMEPE/PAHCE Team during the DVD
4) Correct the
title format: do not use only uppercase letters, see templates
5) Do not use
italic in the abstract.
6) Pay attention
to the upper, lower, and side margins, indenting settings and
setbacks; see templates.
7) Use the
abbreviation “Fig.” for figure references: the correct way of
referencing a figure along the text is using “Fig.”, even at the
beginning of a sentence.
8) Adjust the
format of subsections: centralize the titles of the sections I,
II, III …, and References and use Roman numbers in titles;
attention to the tabulation and setbacks; see templates for
Format B papers.