Call for Abstracts
The 2021 call for abstracts is open!
Please see the information at the bottom of this page that you will need to collect before completing the abstract form.
Abstract Deadline: Friday, January 15, 2021 11:59 PM CT
Virtual Symposium: Saturday, March 20, 2021
Please Note: The information that is required for the abstract submission is listed at the bottom of the page.
Below is the information you will need to enter in order to submit an abstract.
Authors – List all authors
Encore – Is this an encore presentation?
Abstract Title – Please use Title case. Click here for help with submitting your title in the proper Title Case format.
Biography – Please enter a brief biography (100 words or less). It is suggested that you tailor your biography specific to your expertise on the topic you are presenting.
Disclosures – Please disclose relevant commercial relationships and off-label usage as well as author release information. If you do not have anything to disclose, you must indicate this within this field. Disclosure information for all authors is required upon abstract submission.
This should give background regarding the topic that you are writing about. This may include what prompted this study and what you are examining, studying or reporting.
This should be a statement explaining what you sought to establish, measure, observe or prove.
C. Materials and/or Methods
This should include how you carried out your study, what you examined and how you measured or analyzed the material or data. If your abstract is accepted, and you are selected to present you must disclose the methodology used to calculate all rates.
This should include what your analysis revealed and what it might lead to. Final data must be submitted. Only under extenuating circumstances will preliminary data be acceptable. Please indicate the reason if this is the case.
Summarize what you proved or disproved. Include patient recommendations, if any. All patient recommendations involving clinical medicine will be based on evidence that is accepted within the profession of medicine as adequate justification for their indications or contraindications in the care of patients. All scientific research referred to, reported or used in support or justification of a patient care recommendation must conform to the generally accepted standards of experimental design, data collection and analysis. If you refer to research that does not meet the generally accepted standards as described above, then you should indicate this and disclose that the patient recommendations are anecdotal.
Take Home Message
State the main point you would like the audience to take away from your presentation/poster (Max. 150 words)