Trabalhos Científicos

CRITÉRIOS DE AVALIAÇÃO CBRA 2019

 

1 – O assunto é interessante?
Nota de 0 a 10

2 – O título deixa claro o conteúdo e os objetivos?
Nota de 0 a 10

3 – Metodologia adequada
Nota de 0 a 10

4 – Clareza na apresentação dos resultados
Nota de 0 a 10

5 – Pertinência da conclusão
Nota de 0 a 10

6 – Aprovado ou não aprovado

 

PRAZOS PARA ENVIO DE TRABALHOS

 

10/06/2019 Submissão de resumos e trabalhos completos
20/07/2019 Envio dos arquivos de Pôsteres Eletrônicos
05/07/2019 Divulgação dos trabalhos aprovados

 

NORMAS E INSTRUÇÕES

Todos os itens abaixo descritos serão rigorosamente considerados pela Comissão de Trabalhos Científicos para avaliação e aceite dos trabalhos submetidos.

 

  1. INSCRIÇÃO, SUBMISSÃO E AVALIAÇÃO:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. QUANTO AOS TRABALHOS:

 

Os trabalhos poderão ser submetidos nas seguintes áreas:

 

Os trabalhos deverão ser cadastrados no sistema de cadastro com acesso a qualquer tempo pelo seu login e senha pessoais executados na hora de sua inscrição.

Importante:
– Todos os trabalhos deverão ser originais, não apresentados ou submetidos a outros congressos.
– Somente serão selecionados para apresentação oral os8 melhores trabalhos completos.
– Os trabalhos completos não selecionados para apresentação e classificados como adequados, automaticamente serão encaminhados para apresentação como E-poster.
– Trabalhos submetidos para E-Poster deverão conter apenas o resumo.

 

  1. FORMAS DE APRESENTAÇÃO:

APRESENTAÇÃO ORAL:

 

 

PÔSTER ELETRÔNICO

 

 

  1. PREMIAÇÃO DOS TRABALHOS:

 

Prêmios de melhores apresentações orais:

 

Prêmio de Melhor Pôster:

 

  1. NORMAS DE PUBLICAÇÃO DO JBRA ASSISTED REPRODUCTION:

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS

 

Original articles. Pieces of work resulting from scientific research presenting original data about experimental or observational aspects of medical, biological, biochemical and psychosocial character and including descriptive statistical analysis and/or inferences of own data. They must be composed of: title page, abstract and keywords, text (divided in Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion or equivalent, Conclusion), acknowledgments (if applicable), references (40 at the most), tables (if available), figure legends (if available) and figures (if available).

Cover Letter. You have to prepared a cover letter for your submission, explaining why we should publish your manuscript and elaborating on any issues relating to our editorial policies detailed in the instructions for authors, and declaring any potential competing interests. This should be provided using the ‘cover letter’ section of the submission process.

The cover letter have to carry the following information:

 

Preparation of original papers. Preferably use Microsoft Word® processor. Papers should be typed in Times New Roman font sized 12, single-spaced and aligned to the left. Every section should be started on a new page in the following order: title page, abstract and keywords, text, acknowledgements, references, tables, figure legends and figures. All of the pages should be numbered consecutively.

Abbreviations should be spelled out in the first mention in the text; and after the first appearance, only the abbreviation should be used. In the abstract, the use of abbreviations should be avoided.

Chemicals should be presented by their generic name. If relevant, commercial name of the substance and the manufacturer’s name must be informed in parentheses.
The presentation of units of measurements should follow the International System (IS).
Genes of animals should be presented in italics with capital letter initials (example: Sox2); genes of human beings should also be presented in italics; however, with all capital letters (example: SOX2). Proteins should follow the same pattern: capital/small, without italics, though.

 

Title Page. The title page should carry the following information:

 

 

Abstract. The content of the texts should not exceed 250 words.
For original articles, the abstract should be structured as follows: Objective, Methods, Results and Conclusion. For case reports, reviews and update articles, the abstract should not be structured. The use of abbreviations should be avoided in the abstract, and references should not be cited. Right after the abstract, three to six keywords should be presented.

 

Acknowledgements. This part is dedicated to acknowledging the work of those who have helped intellectually, but whose contribution does not justify co-authorship or those people or institutions who have given material support.

References. In the text, the citations will be identified by the author’s last name in parentheses followed by the publication year.

Examples: one author (Steptoe, 1978), two authors (Edwards & Steptoe, 1980), and more than two authors (Van Steirteghem et al., 1988).

The references should be presented in alphabetical order (each author’s surname followed by his/her first two initials), and should not be numbered. Papers by the same author should be chronologically organized; papers by the same author in the same year should be identified with letters after each year (2000a, 2000b, etc.). The presentation of references will follow the format proposed in the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals (see examples below). All references cited in the list should be mentioned in the text and vice-versa.

 

  1. JOURNAL ARTICLE

Edwards RG, Steptoe PC, Purdy JM. Establishing full-term human pregnancies using cleaving embryos grown in vitro.Br J ObstetGynaecol. 1980;87:737-56.

 

  1. BOOK

Wolf DP, Quigley MM, eds. Human in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer. New York: Plenum Press; 1984.

 

  1. BOOK CHAPTER

Simpson JL. Gonadal dysgenesial and sex abnormalities: phenotypic-karyotypic correlations. In: Vallet HL, Porter IH, eds. Genetic mechanisms of sexual development. New York: Academic Press; 1979. p. 365-77.

 

  1. ELECTRONIC JOURNAL ARTICLE

Abood S. Quality improvement initiative in nursing homes: the ANA acts in an advisory role. Am J Nurs [electronic journal]. 2002 June [cited 2002 aug 12];102(6):[approximately 3 p.]. Available at: http://www.nursingworld.org/AJN/2002/june/ Wawatch.htm.

 

  1. ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN THE INTERNET

Wantland DJ, Portillo CJ, Holzemer WL, Slaughter R, McGhee EM. The effectiveness of web-based vs. non-webbased interventions: a meta-analysis of behavioral change outcomes. J Med Internet Res. 2004;6(4):e40. Available at: http://www.jmir.org/2004/4/e40/. Accessed: 29/11/2004.

 

  1. SITE

OncoLink [site in the Internet]. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania; c1994-2006. [updated 2004 Sept 24; cited 2006 March 14]. Available at: http://cancer.med.upenn.edu/.

 

  1. SOFTWARE

Smallwaters Corporation. Analysis of moment structures: AMOS [software]. Version 5.0.1. Chicago: Smallwaters; 2003.
Tables And Figures. Tables and figures (graphs, photographs, etc.) should be numbered in Arabic numerals according to the order in which they appear in the text and should have individual legends, presented at the end of the paper.
In the tables, use horizontal lines only, and each piece of information should be in an independent cell. Explanations about items in the tables should be presented in footnotes identified by the following symbols, in this sequence: *,†, ‡, §, ||,¶,**,††,‡‡.

Figures must be submitted in electronic formats such as .jpg, .gif or .tif, with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi.

Photographs of patients should not allow their identification.
Figures previously published and included in submitted articles should include the original source in the legend and should be accompanied by a permission letter from the copyright’s holder (publisher or journal).

Articles must besubmitted in English.