Theses requirements

Contemporary issues of cystic fibrosis

25-26 April 2019
Congress theses are published for free and are to be sent to the organizing committee before 1 February 2019
Theses requirements:

  • Not more than three research papers are accepted from one person as a main author.
  • Text volume is not to exceed 1 A4 page in Microsoft Word text processor in .rtf format (in English, Times New Roman font, 12 pt, 1,5 line spacing, fields: left — 3 cm, right, above and bottom — 2 cm, no pictures, tables or formulas).
  • The name of the file (in English) is to correspond with the main author’s last name and initials without gaps (e.g. PetrovAI. rtf)
  • At the end of each theses the preferable form of participation is indicated: "theses only", "theses and poster presentation" or "theses and oral presentation".
The articles are accepted until 15 November 2018 and are published for free
Manuscript requirements
Following the results of the congress the texts of the articles are published in Russian in the articles collection (with a subsequent publication in Russian Science Citation Index), in Russian and selectively in English — in Siberian medical outlook magazine, in English — in the new electronic magazine MedicalUniversity.
Theses/articles application form
Title articles
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Theses composition example
The name of the theses
Krasnoyarsk State Medical University n. a. professor Voyno-Yasenetsky, Krasnoyarsk, Russia

State of the issue.

Methods and materials.

Results and discussions.


Bibliography composition examples:
Al-Sawalqa, R. (2016). The social support for sexually abused juvenile girls "an experimental study of juveniles in the hashemite kingdom of jordan.Dirasat: Human and Social Sciences, 43, 1863−1881. Retrieved from

Avilov, G. M., & Samodumova, E. O. (2010). Features of value-semantic sphere of women in connection with their relation to the sexual-role games.Bulletin of Kemerovo State University, (3), 11−20. (in Russian)

Byers, E. S., Sears, H. A., Voyer, S. D., Thurlow, J. L., Cohen, J. N., & Weaver, A. D. (2003). An adolescent perspective on sexual health education at school and at home: I. high school students.Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 12(1), 1−17.

Gil-Llario, M. D., Ballester-Arnal, R., Giménez-García, C., & Salmerón-Sánchez, P. (2014). Effectiveness of HIV prevention for women: What is working?AIDS and Behavior, 18(10), 1924−1933. doi:10.1007/s10461−014−0703−5