ABSTRACT COMPETITION – DETAILS TO FOLLOW
The Professor Kevin Tipton prize for Poster Presentation judged on the originality of the data, scientific writing and potential for impact within the sport nutrition community is awarded to Harvey O Fortis, as judged by the panel of reviewers.
New Zealand blackcurrant extract enhances skeletal muscle glycogen re-synthesis in response to sub-optimal carbohydrate ingestion
Harvey O Fortis, Jones RO, Hearris MA, Barrett JS, Jones LO, Morton JP, Strauss JA, Shepherd SOResearch Institute of Sport and Exercise Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom
There will be opportunities at the Conference for the presentation of Original Communications in Poster and Oral format. Anyone wishing to present should complete the online submission process as indicated below. Delegates may be presenting author on not more than two Communications not more than one of which may be an oral communication. They may be co-authors on any number of communications. Acceptance of abstracts will be confirmed only if the presenting author has registered to take part in the ISENC Conference.
The deadline for submitting Abstracts is the 8th November 2023, but we may consider late submissions. Please contact email@example.com with any requests.
The title and affiliations of the authors should be in the following format:
Effect of a milk protein solution consumed after exercise in the heat
A Aardvark1, W Walrus2
1 Dept of Misleading Science, University of Fairyland, England
2 Department of Moral Philosophy, University of Oxford, Australia
The text of the abstract should be in one continuous paragraph. The body of the abstract, not including the title and the author details, should not exceed 2000 characters (not including spaces) in length. It should NOT contain sub-headings (Introduction, Aim, Results, etc). The abstract should be self-contained and should consist of text only. It should not contain any figures and tables should be included only if absolutely necessary. Abstracts should contain new information, either in the form of original research data or as a novel insight into an established issue. Abstracts reporting original research MUST include sufficient data to support any conclusion reached. It is not satisfactory to simply describe what was found (such as, “the treatment group increased their fitness more than the control group”) or to only include statistical results (such as, “associations were significant at p < .05”). References to the published literature should not be included except to describe methods used. Edited abstracts will be reproduced in the Conference proceedings book.
Selected abstracts will be edited and published online in the online journal of IJSNEM . Click here to visit the IJSNEM website
Oral Presentation Instructions
Please note that 15 minutes is assigned in total for each oral presentation. This includes time for discussion and your presentation should not last more than 10 minutes. It is essential that the sessions run to time as there are two parallel sessions and delegates may move from one session to the other, so the Chairs of the sessions will ensure that the schedule is adhered to.
Your slides should be uploaded in the lecture theatre prior to your presentation. There will not be an opportunity to use your own laptop for your presentation.
Poster Presentations Instructions
Full details with instructions will be emailed to all authors of posters accepted for presentation at the ISENC 2023 nearer the date of the event. You should stand by your poster on the morning and afternoon coffee breaks on the day of your presentation. Posters should be A1 size 594mm x 841mm. Portrait format would be better.
Abstracts should not exceed 2000 characters and will be reproduced as submitted in the conference proceedings. (Please read the abstract guidance and abstract format above before submitting your abstract.) Presenting author must register to take part in ISENC as a delegate