Short (five-minute) video abstracts
allow authors to present their research in person to the reader.
For clinical practice abstracts
, the following sections are required: Purpose, Review of Literature, Summary (of the innovation or practice), and implications for Registered Nurses or Advanced Practice Registered Nurses.
Moreover, since philosophical and theological terms are limited in their semantic meanings, and given that visual nonrepresentational imagery appeals also to the mind's eye, there is a greater chance of establishing unity through abstract
Review your abstract
and edit for spelling and grammar prior to submission.
Inattention to abstract
development details, such as spelling and grammar, indicate to reviewers that the author or authors may not have given proper attention to all other important research project quality details.
The sorry state of abstracts
was an impetus to the CONSORT group to publish, in 2008, a guideline for abstracts
for randomized trials.
It is not until the full article is read that the utility of an abstract
can be fully appreciated.
Absence of Reliability and Validity Data for Abstract
It was denominated as structured abstract
in the editorial of that particular number (3), which is why they are currently considered synonymous, although they may not be: structuring an abstract
permits its informative development.
Here you can browse the titles and click any one to see the abstract
(if any) posted on the official conference site (http://www.
expressionism was a dramatic break from the more traditional European style of representational art that dominated through the 19th century.
Juli Milburn, a Lancaster High School art instructor known for abstract
recently launched a full-service title agency, Dornoch Abstract
LLC, also of Morristown, announced Glen Fishman, co-founder and managing director of both companies.
There were three kinds of works in Beatrice Caracciolo's recent exhibition: exquisitely animated abstract
expressionist drawings; others that look more like landscapes (and which introduce art-historically familiar material in the form of allusions to Chinese landscape and Japanese calligraphy), and unexpectedly bold suspended or freestanding sculptures comprised of zinc sheets mounted on wooden substructures.
One way to show less and say more is to use the camera position to abstract
an image, stressing detail and stimulating the imagination of the viewer in the process.