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The Conference organizers invite abstracts on cutting edge research and program results directed at enabling individuals in the world, especially in low-income areas, to achieve their contraceptive and reproductive intentions. Of particular interest are abstracts on research demonstrating how family planning benefits and advances the health and wealth of people and nations and on high impact or best practices of family planning programs and service delivery models. Abstracts using strong scientific/evaluation methods will be given priority in the review and acceptance process.
Pre-formed panels may be submitted for review. These will include no more than four (4) abstracts, thematically integrated with each abstract based on work carried out by separate organizations.
Abstracts will be reviewed by the following criteria:
Originality, contains significant new findings 20%
Quality, Significantly advances evidence base for addressing family planning needs 25%
Importance, Directly addresses key themes for conference 25%
Presentation, Clearly presents material according to outline (with headings) 30%