Cancellations must be received in writing no later than 15 September 2020
No refunds on registration fees will be made after this date.
|Early Bird Registration|
|Clinician||R5 000||R6 000|
|DXA-Technologist||R3 500||R4 500|
|Day Registrations||R2 000||R2 000|
|Registrars and other allied healthcare professionals||R2 500||R3 500|
|Trade Delegates: CAB Members||R3 000||R3 500|
|Trade Delegates: Non-CAB Members||R4 500||R5 500|
Electronic or cash deposit.
|Account Details||National Osteoporosis Foundation|
|Account no.: 9119792397|
|Branch no.: 505-210|
|Ref: Congress & your full name|
Please send your proof of payment to [email protected] or fax (021) 976 4999.
Registration Fee Includes:
- Attendance of Scientific Sessions
- Lunches at congress venue
- Registration bags and programmes
- Social functions
Delegates attending the NOFSA conference 2020 will be able to scan for CPD points.
Call for Abstracts
The deadline for the submission of abstracts is 30 June 2020. No late abstracts will be accepted. All abstracts must be submitted online/via email ([email protected]). Faxed copies will not be accepted.
- Singe space all typing.
- Use full width of frame and not leave top or left margins within the rectangle. Short abstracts should not be centred in the typing space.
- Font Arial size 12 and in black.
- Organise TITLE and AUTHOR(S) at the top. CAPITALISE the entire title. Do not indent the title. Authors and affiliations on next line. No space between authors and affiliation. Initials or names to precede surnames. Underline entire name of presenting author.
- Use of standard abbreviations is required. Simple tables or graphs may be included if they fit within the form.
- No space between the paragraphs. Indent each paragraph 3 spaces.
- The full abstract (Title, Authors included) must not exceed 350 words.
- Disclosures/Conflict of interest should be mentioned when submitting abstracts.
Format the abstract as follows:
- State the specific object of study
- Brief description of methods
- Summarise results obtained
- State conclusions reached