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Announce in social media that my abstract has been accepted to WPC POSTER! Tag the WPC with #wpc2019 (@WorldPDCongress)
I can’t believe that I am one of twelve, but I am and I have never in my dream thought that an abstracts from me, could have any chance to be published in an online scientific journal, never. Nor have I never dreamed to speak for 1.000 people, but I can do it!
It took me 5 1/2 year, lots of crazy things before I in November 2018 put all the cards on the table. I had never told anyone how it really is with me and Parkinson’s.
Never told my family, my neurology, my best friend, never told anyone. So, had a second opinion in December 2018 and the medication got changed. I have actually until now, lived very well with PD out of the system by taking my PD into my own hands. I will still in the future try to keep me out of the system, but I have to see.
Twelve scientific abstracts will be selected for “Hot Topics” and I am one of twelve, which means an invitation to orally present my work one morning in the large plenary hall before the morning plenary starts. This is an amazing opportunity to present to up to 1,000 people, including many of the leaders in the field.
Named after WPC founder and world-renowned Parkin sonologist, this award will be given to ONE outstanding abstract author whose work is deemed innovative and visionary. The selected person will be invited to present their work as part of the Hot Topics and will receive a cash prize.
A limited number of abstracts will be selected to be part of a Poster Tour on either Wednesday or Thursday evening during the Congress. These are in addition to the period over lunch when authors are expected to host their poster. I will get busy.
Abstracts accepted for presentation will be published in an online scientific journal supplement that is on an open-access platform for maximum review.
A certificate of presentation will be sent by email after the close of the Congress. This is super cool, top nice. Thank you #wpc2019
January 24, 2019
Dear Elizabeth Ildal,
We are pleased to inform you that your abstract below has been accepted for poster display at the 5th World Parkinson Congress, taking place June 4-7, 2019 at the International Conference Center in Kyoto.
Submission ID: 733
Abstract Title: If you can dream it, you can do it: A self-study in living well in Denmark.
Poster presentation details (display times, etc.) are being finalized. You will be notified of the details via email by the end of April 2019.
NOTE: Poster presentations will be held Thursday, and Friday, June 7 and 8 over the lunch period. Please plan to be on site until the end of the day on Friday.
For authors who requested to be considered for evening poster tours or Hot Topics talks, please note that the final selection will be announced in March. Evening poster tours will take place end of day on Wednesday and Thursday, June 5 and 6, while Hot Topics talks will be held from 8-9 AM on June 5, 6 and 7. Those selected for Hot Topics presentations are required to stay through to the closing ceremony on June 7.
We will announce the Stanley Fahn Young Investigator Award recipient at the closing ceremony. The winner will be selected from those who present in the Hot Topics sessions.
Elisabeth Ildal - Lokalpolitiker, AMBASSADØR & BLOGGER for The World Parkison Coalition 5th World Parkinson Congress Kyoto (WPC2019),Virksomhedsejer, Jurist, Foredragsholder, Coach, #Radioparkies, #Cure4Parkinson, #EPDA, #ParkinsonsM, #unitedforparkinsons - et godt mix!