|6th Annual ACOMS Residents Meeting|
The Resident Research Forum at the Residents’ Meeting is an outstanding opportunity for any resident, from PGY-1 through Chief, to gain speaking experience by presenting a scientific abstract or interesting/unusual case in a low-pressure environment. Outstanding abstract and case presentations are eligible to win prizes including travel awards to attend next year’s Annual Conference. All accepted scientific abstracts will be published in OOOO journal.
This is the more formal of the two submission options. Your abstract should be scientific in nature including research data from a number of cases or procedures. Abstracts should be ready for publication and may not have been previously submitted to another meeting or publication. Your Program Director or another faculty member from your institution should be listed as a contributing author and must have signed-off prior to submission. Accepted abstracts will be published in OOOO journal and several outstanding presenters will be eligible to win prizes: three presenters from last year's Residents Meeting received a travel award to attend our 2017 Annual Conference in Vancouver, Canada, and this year we will be awarding travel awards to attend our 2018 Annual Conference in New Orleans.
The deadline for submission of abstracts and case studies is Monday, September 4 for consideration at the Residents Meeting, September 30 - October 1, 2017.
Selected oral abstract and interesting case reports will be allotted twelve minutes: ten minutes should be dedicated to lecture and two minutes for questions and answers. Typically, presenters create a PowerPoint to accompany their presentation. The PowerPoint may contain additional graphics or other visuals related to the abstract or case report. Oral presentations will take place on both September 30 and October 1. Selected oral abstract presenters will be notified of their time slots once all abstracts have been reviewed.
The web form below is for Scientific Abstracts only. Please click on the "case reports" tab above for information about less formal presentations.