2021 COS Annual Meeting Call for Abstracts

COS is now accepting abstracts online for the 2021 COS Annual Meeting. The abstract submission deadline is Monday, November 9, 2020 at 11:59 PM ET.

In addition to paper (oral) presentations, we are pleased to introduce two additional forms of presentation:

  • ePosters: Say goodbye to poster tubes and printing – All accepted posters will be offered as electronic poster (ePoster) presentations.
  • Surgical Videos: Show off your surgical skills by submitting a video. COS is now accepting surgical videos to be displayed alongside the ePosters (maximum five (5) minutes in duration).

The COS Annual Meeting historically boasts an 80+% acceptance rate with abstracts making up over 50% of all presentations. With so many abstracts, it is important to set your research apart – follow these keys to a successful submission when drafting your abstract or editing your video:

  • Follow all abstract guidelines; read and understand the rejection criteria.
  • List all authors/co-authors/producers; and declare all financial interests for each author/co-author/producer.
  • Indicate that ethics approval has been obtained, where required.
  • Submit your abstract to the appropriate subspecialty session.
  • Include a short descriptive title and avoid gratuitous statements and irrelevant information.
  • Provide an abstract that is clear, concise and free of errors.
  • Papers and ePosters:
    • In the body of your abstract, include study details under the headings: Purpose, study design, methods, results and conclusions. Abstracts with “results pending” or “conclusions to be discussed” will not be accepted. Information about sample size, study duration, follow-up, techniques used, etc. should be included.
  • Surgical Videos:
    • Submit a video that is well-edited, clear and easy to follow.
    • In the body of your written abstract, include an outline of key areas featured in your surgical video.

Before submitting your abstract, please review the relevant abstract guidelines:

 

For more information, please visit the meeting website at www.cos-sco.ca/COS2021

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