Abstracts must be submitted on or before 14 September 2021.
Abstracts must be written in ENGLISH in no more than 350 words (not including title, authors and affiliations).
Abstracts should contain work that has not been previously published. Both human and animal studies relevant to the practice of emergency medicine are accepted.
Only poster presentations are accepted. However, shortlisted submissions will be invited for an online oral presentation in order to be qualified for best presentation award.
All authors should agree with the content of the abstract and consent to be included as authors before submission. Abstract must include the complete first name, family name, affiliated institution, country. Do not include titles (Dr / Prof / Dato’ / etc)
Abstracts must be structured as follows:
Research: Introduction, Objectives, Methods, Results, Conclusion and Keywords.
Case report: Introduction, Case description, Discussion, Conclusion and Keywords.
A maximum of 3 abstract keywords are allowed. Do not include tables, images, figures and bibliographic references.
For all abbreviations used, spell the name in full when they are first mentioned, followed by the abbreviation in parenthesis.
Use SI units for all measurements.
Authors must specify any relationship (employment, consulting, fees, conference fees, classes, courses, commercial shares or copyright) they may have with any organization with direct or indirect financial interest on the topic or the materials dealt within the presentation. If there were any conflict of interest, authors must declare during submission.
Only abstracts judged to be of high quality and relevance will be accepted. Notification of acceptance will be sent to the submitting author with further instructions.
Accepted abstracts are eligible for presentation after receiving full registration fee from the presenting author. If registration fee of the presenter is not received by 11 October 2021, the paper is assumed to have been withdrawn.
5 (five) abstracts for research and 5 (five) abstracts for case reports will be shortlisted prior to the conference. The author designated as the presenter will be contacted and an online presentation will be conducted 1-2 weeks prior to the conference. The online presentation will be recorded and uploaded to the conference page.
Prizes will be given for the 3 best presentations of each category; RM 500 for the best presentation award, RM 300 for first runner up and RM 200 for second runner up. All 5 presentations from both categories will receive certificates.
The submission should be carefully proof-read by the authors. Individual authors are responsible for the accuracy of the information supplied, as accepted abstracts will be printed or showcased in the Conference publication materials and published in the Malaysian Journal of Emergency Medicine (MJEM). Once the abstract is submitted, no changes are allowed.
Failure to comply with these requirements will exclude the abstract from consideration.
Emergency Department Management/Administration/Quality improvement program
Emergency Medicine Education and Training
Emergency Medical Services/ Pre-hospital medicine / Transport Medicine
Environmental/ Wilderness Medicine
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Medical emergencies - Cardiovascular, endocrine, neurological, respiratory, infectious disease (non-COVID)
Medical Ethics & Law
Resuscitation & Critical Care
Other topics related to the practice of emergency medicine