Abstract Submission

We encourage you to take an active part in the  EYFDM Forum 2025


We are very much looking forward to the presentation of great research at our EYFDM Forum 2025. We encourage you to present your work at our congress. Would you like to present your work to a large audience? Your next step is to write an abstract and submit it to us.

  • Abstract submission opens: 01.06.2024
  • Abstract submission closes: 15.09.2024
  • Information on abstract acceptance/rejection: 11.11.2024

Want to be a reviewer? Email: alinesalzmann[@]web.de

Submission via Oxford Abstracts: Click here to submit.





    45-60 min


    We particularly encourage topics related to:
    -collaborative learning 
    -equitable and empowering patient-centred care
    -personal and collective growth



    45-60 min



    Oral presentation


    8 min presentation /3 min questions

    One-slide poster 



    Guidelines for abstracts:

    • Language: Abstracts have to be written in English. The conference language will be easy English.
    • Title: We recommend short titles that clearly indicate the topic and research area of your work. Capitalise only the first letter of the title. Please do not capitalise every word. The maximum title length is 20 words.
    • Text: The text of the abstract (excluding the title) should not exceed 250 words. Abbreviations should be avoided unless they are well known (e.g. EYFDM). Tables and figures cannot be included in abstracts.
    • Conflicts of interest: Please declare any conflicts of interest. Presentations are not marketing opportunities for particular products or services, and submissions of this nature will not be considered. 
    • Authors' names: Please include all of your first and last names. Please do not include degrees or professional titles. The presenting author must be the first author. The first author must attend the conference. We encourage you to have only the first and presenting author in 3 or fewer submissions. 
      • Tickets must be booked by the abstract deadline (refundable until abstract notification)
      • Upon acceptance: You will need to confirm that you are still presenting
      • Note: Failure to register by 11.11.2024 will result in rejection of the abstract

    Abstract format guidelines:

    All submissions must follow the structure below. Abstracts that do not follow these guidelines, will unfortunately not be considered. If the abstract is not selected for the author's preferred presentation format, it will automatically be considered for another format. We offer slots for workshops (small to large, 5-40 people) depending on the idea, as well as lectures for even larger audiences up to 200 people. Not sure what a workshop is? Have a look at our FAQs, it's explained there in detail. Oral presentations and one-slide poster presentations (5 min) are also welcome.




    Background and relevance to 

    family medicine

    Intended learning objectives

    2-5 keywords




    Didactic Method


    Estimated number of 


    2-5 keywords


    Oral presentation & One-

    slide poster presentation



    Outcome/ Result


    Take home message 

    2-5 keywords


    Criteria for good grading:

    1. Scientific quality
    2. Novelty
    3. Relevance to family medicine
    4. Authors from more than one country

    Got a brilliant abstract or workshop idea you're itching to share?

    Look no further than our abstract and workshop group! It's a hub of creativity where you can bounce ideas off each other, collaborate, and bring your vision to life. Once you have registered, we will provide you with a link to join.