» All submissions must be made online by the deadline, 15 March 2012.
» Abstracts submitted in hard copy format will not be considered.
» Once you have submitted your abstract you will be sent an email summary. Check this to make sure all information is correct. The organisers will not accept any responsibility for abstracts that have not been submitted properly.
» Submitters can edit their abstracts up to the deadline by logging back into the Call for Papers section.
» Abstracts will be considered from Vision Scientists only if they work in an academic department and have an ophthalmologist as a co-author.
» Each author may submit a maximum of 2 abstracts in any one category (ie. free papers, posters, video competition, video library, video symposium).
» If you are submitting a free paper or a poster, you must ensure to choose a theme from the options given.
All abstracts will initially be reviewed, graded and accepted or rejected by the Programme Committee. The Committee reserves the right to determine whether a free paper submission is accepted as an oral presentation or a poster. The decision of the Committee is final.
» If a paper or poster is accepted for presentation, the first author must undertake to present it. The presenter must be a registered delegate at the congress and pay all applicable fees.
» Failure to present without prior notice to the Programme Committee may influence future acceptance of presentations.
» All abstracts selected will be posted online at escrs.org. The abstract will appear exactly as submitted.
- Title – max 250 characters
- Purpose – max 200 words
- Setting – max 200 words
- Methods – max 200 words
- Results – max 200 words
- Conclusions – max 300 words
- Financial Disclosure
» The summary of results presented must be given in sufficient detail to support the conclusions. The Programme Committee will only accept abstracts with final results or conclusions.
» References and credits cannot be included as part of an abstract.
» Formulae should, in general, be avoided.
» When using abbreviations or acronyms for the first time, care should be taken to spell them out in full with the abbreviation in parentheses after the full word/s the first time it appears in the text. The abbreviation should be used alone thereafter.
» Indicate whether the presenting author or any co-author has a financial interest in the subject matter or receives money from any mentioned company.
» Any financial interest must be included on the first slide of the presentation.
Free Papers (These will be allocated either a 3 or a 6 minute slot)
Posters - Cataract
Posters - Refractive
Posters - Miscellaneous
Video Competition - Educational
Video Competition - Innovative
Video Competition - Scientific
Video Competition - Special Cases
Video Competition - Young Ophthalmologists
Video Symposium on Challenging Cases
Cataract surgery complications/management
Cataract surgery equipment/instrumentation/surgical devices/OVDs
Cataract surgery outcomes
Cataract surgery - paediatric
Cataract surgery practice styles
Cataract surgery special cases
Combined cataract surgery techniques
Combined refractive surgery
Cornea - medical
Cornea - surgical
Imaging anterior segment
Keratorefractive surgery outcomes - hyperopia
Keratorefractive surgery outcomes - myopia
Keratorefractive surgery outcomes - presbyopia
Laser Refractive Surgery (LASERS/LASIK/LASEK/Epi-LASIK)
Optical properties of the eye
ORBIS: Treatment or prevention of blindness in the developing world
Posterior capsule opacification
Quality of vision evaluation techniques
Refractive lens exchange
Refractive surgery complications
Refractive surgery new techniques/instrumentation/devices
Refractive surgery practice styles
Surgery centers and practice management
Training and innovation in education
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