- Each delegate is permitted to submit only one abstract as the presenting author under one of the following themes: Clinical Care, Research, or Training/Academics. Delegates may, however, be listed as co-authors on multiple abstracts submitted by others.
- The committee will determine the mode of presentation (oral or poster) based on the scientific merit of the submission.
- Abstracts must be structured, including sections for Background, Aims, Methods, Results, and Conclusion, and must not exceed 250 words.
- The presenting author, who is also the abstract submitter, will serve as the primary contact for all correspondence related to the presentation.
- Please avoid including figures, tables, and graphs in the abstract.
- Use only generic names for drugs and yoga practices.
- Submit the abstracts exclusively through the conference website.
- Previously presented studies at national or international conferences or published articles are not eligible. Disclose if presented at any local conferences.
- For original research, results must be submitted along with the abstract.
- Acceptance for presentation is contingent upon the confirmed registration of the delegate.
- Selected abstracts may be included in the conference proceedings.
- The Scientific Committee reserves the right to allocate session time or change the presentation type.
- Awards will be presented for the best presentations.
Guidelines about the content:
- • Submissions should align with the conference’s theme of integrating Ayurveda, Yoga, and Modern Medicine.
• Focus on conditions related to Mental Health and Neurosciences for your submissions.
• Integration can be explored across all levels, including evaluation, inference, and management.
• We encourage content that encompasses domains like training and research in integrative medicine.
• Given the multidisciplinary audience, please ensure that the content is comprehensible and relevant to practitioners from Ayurveda, Yoga, and modern medicine.
Conflict of Interest Disclosure:
- All authors are required to disclose any financial or personal relationships that could be perceived as potential conflicts of interest related to the submitted abstract.
- The disclosure should be concise and specific, detailing any financial interest or benefit that has come from the commercial organizations, equipment manufacturers, or pharmaceutical companies related to the subject matter of the study.
- If there is no conflict of interest, authors should state “The authors declare no potential conflicts of interest.”
- Failure to disclose relevant conflicts may result in disqualification of the abstract from presentation or publication.
- The presenting author is responsible for collecting and reporting the disclosures of all co-authors.
Medical students and Faculties/ practitioners / scientists.
Call for Abstracts:
We invite authors to submit abstracts that contribute to the dialogue on integrating Yoga, Ayurveda, and other integrative approaches into modern healthcare systems. By carefully selecting the appropriate categories and keywords, authors will facilitate a more efficient review process and allow attendees to better understand the scope and focus of each study.
Abstract Categories and Keywords:
Authors are required to categorize their submissions under one of the following topics, available as dropdown options for single selection:
Topic 1: The Role of Yoga, Ayurveda, and Integrative Approaches in Healthcare Systems
Keywords: Mental Health, Neurology, Geriatrics, Pediatrics, Cardiovascular Health, Respiratory Health, Gastrointestinal Health, Endocrine System, Immune System, Reproductive Health, Musculoskeletal Health, Dermatology, Oncology, Public Health, Palliative Care, Training Programs, Academic Curricula, Educational Outreach
Topic 2: Research Methodologies in Yoga, Ayurveda, and Integrative Approaches
Keywords: Case Report, Case Series, Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs), Cross-Sectional Studies, Cohort Studies, Longitudinal Studies, Observational Studies, Qualitative Studies, Meta-Analysis, Systematic Reviews, Pilot Studies, Feasibility Studies, Comparative Studies, Pre-Post Studies, Mixed-Methods Research, Single-Subject Design, Twin Studies, Phenomenological Research, Ethnographic Studies, Action Research, Educational Assessment, Curriculum Development
Topic 3: Treatment Approaches Employed in the Study (Select multiple if Integrative Approaches)
Options (Checkbox List): Modern Pharmacotherapy, Psychotherapy, Psychosocial Interventions, Yoga Therapy, Ayurveda, Mindfulness-Based Therapy, Dietetics, Others (Please specify)