Communications may be the result of research projects or innovative practical experiences in clinical tutelage.


  • Use the "template" model of this Conference. Download the template here.
  • Write the Abstract of the Communication in WORD, and the Arial 12 source.
  • Use commonly used abbreviations.
  • Maximum length 300 words.
  • The abstract must be submitted in English and Spanish.


Maximum 15 words, capitalized and bold


  • Author, responsible for communication and address for correspondence.
  • Two surnames and first name of each author, admitting a maximum of 6 authors.
  • Underline the name of the author who is going to present the communication.


Maximum 3 words

5. TEXT:

Structured from the following model:


For Communications with research results: For Communications of practical experiences and educational innovations:

1. Objectives.

2. Methods.

3. Results.

4. Discussion and conclusions

1. Introduction.

2. Objectives

3. Contents and context of the experience.

Conclusions and implications for tutoring and clinical learning.

  • The Scientific Committee will decide in which format (ORAL or POSTER) the accepted Communication will be presented at the Conferences.
  • The decision of the Scientific Committee will be communicated sufficiently in advance.
  • At least one of the authors must register for the Conference in order to present the Communication or Poster accepted by the Scientific Committee.
  • The sending of the Abstract of Communication presupposes the full acceptance of these criteria.
  • Papers and posters on the following thematic areas will be accepted:


Support strategies and tutorial welcome for undergraduate students who begin their first learning experience in the clinical environment.
Design, development or improvement of competence assessment methods for undergraduate students in the clinical environment.
Innovation in didactic resources in the clinical context through the use of ICTs.
Experiences, barriers and facilitators for the exercise of clinical tutelage.
The acquisition of clinical safety skills in the Practicum environment.
Person-centred care, humanisation of care, and transmission of values in the Practicum.
Clinical tutors and the teaching of how to make the best decisions and the development of clinical judgement.
Clinical simulation and tutoring.
Teaching the maintenance of confidentiality, respect for patient autonomy, and shared decision-making.
The figure of clinical tutelage and the mentoring and modeling of future professionals.


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