ABSTRACTS ONLINE SUBMISSION PROCEDURE
Abstracts must correspond to previously unpublished work. Only electronic submissions will be considered. Resubmissions and double submissions are automatically rejected.
EFORT reserves the right to reject your abstract if previously presented and/or change the main category and/or the type of presentation of your abstract(s).
There is no restriction on the number of abstracts submitted by a unique author or research group, but each registered participant can have a maximum of six abstracts (three orals and three posters) accepted.
Submitters can modify the authorship information, scientific categories and core data of their abstract(s) directly on the online platform until the submission deadline.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT: 15 NOVEMBER 2019 | 23:59 CET
Acceptance of the submitted work is at discretion of the EFORT Science Committee.
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For technical support and further abstract requests, please directly contact the EFORT Abstract Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- EFORT Guidelines for Abstract Submission (PDF Document | 2 pages | 510kb)
- EFORT Vienna 2020 Call for Abstracts & First Announcement (PDF document | 12 pages | 3.6Mb)
Authors and co-authors will receive acceptance/rejection notifications on Friday 31 January 2020.
The presenting author of a selected abstract must undertake to attend the Congress and present the abstract in the session and at the time designated by the EFORT Science Committee.
EFORT requires each presenting author to complete his/her full registration to the congress to validate his/her abstracts in the final scientific programme.
Registration to the congress will be possible as of January 2020.
Deadline for registration of presenting authors is Friday 28 February 2020 | 23:59 CET.
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- Hand & Wrist Trauma
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- Foot & Ankle Trauma
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- Basic Sciences
- Implants, Biomaterials & Registry Study
- Systemic Disorders
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Oral Presentations as Free Paper
Abstracts accepted as Free Papers will be presented orally within scientific sessions embedded in the core Congress programme. Very high scientific quality is expected from these presentations which should correspond to complete studies with outstanding results and innovative conclusions. To ensure that sessions run smoothly, please refer to the Free Paper Presentation Guidelines available online.
The best-rated Free Papers under both Orthopaedics and Trauma main categories will be selected to compete in the Free Paper Award competition and will receive specific guidelines.
Oral Presentations as Clinical Report
Clinical Reports will be presented orally during the Congress, in a few dedicated Clinical Reports sessions. They should refer to ONE SINGLE clinical case presenting scientific value for the use of a specific treatment or technique.
To ensure that sessions run smoothly, please refer to the Clinical Report Presentation Guidelines.
All abstracts accepted as Posters will be presented at the Congress as print wall paper posters. Authors are welcome to add images, tables and detailed data to better document their work. A large display area will be dedicated to poster presentations and Poster Walks will be organised during the Congress to have posters evaluated by experts in the corresponding fields. To ensure that posters are under the correct format for display, please refer to the Poster Presentation Guidelines available online.
Best-rated Posters will compete for the Jacques Duparc Award and will receive specific guidelines.