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Call for ABstract is Now Closed!

Final accepted submissions to be announced mid-January.

 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION INFORMATION & CRITERIA

  1. Abstracts should describe the learning objectives of the presentation.
  2. The American Journal of Neuroradiology (AJNR) encourages presenters to submit manuscripts based on their work to AJNR before considering other journals.
  3. Presenters of accepted abstracts must register for the ASNR 57th Annual Meeting.
  4. Published or previously presented works should NOT be submitted.
  5. Submission topic areas include: Adult Brain, Spine, Head and Neck, Pediatrics, Functional/Advanced Imaging, Interventional, Health Policy, and AI/Informatics.
  6. Submit each abstract in one category only.
  7. Format abstract text using headings required for submission category.
  8. Maximum length: 300 words including graphics. Charts, graphs and tables may be included as an image, for all categories.
  9. Submission site allows uploading of files into the system.
  10. Changes can be made to the abstract until the deadline.

FOR EACH ABSTRACT:

  • Only one graphic file with a maximum of four images is permitted.
  • Required graphic file resolution is 300 dpi or greater (e.g. 900 pixel width by 900 pixel height for a 3-inch by 3-inch image).
  • Maximum file size of 100 megabytes.
  • Only .jpg and .gif formats are accepted.

 

This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

Submission deadline: 5pm (PT), November 7, 2018

Notification of acceptance will be sent in late January 2019 upon conclusion of peer review

Submission Categories

Scientific Paper (oral presentation)

  • 6-minute presentation plus 1-minute discussion that summarizes details of original investigative research.
  • Required abstract format: Purpose, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusion.

Scientific Poster (printed poster)

  • Visual presentation summarizing details of original investigative research.
  • Poster dimensions are: 4 feet (1.21m) high x 4 feet (1.21m) wide.
  • Required abstract format: Purpose, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusion.

Excerpta (oral presentation)

  • 3-minute presentation plus 1-minute discussion.
  • The presentation teaches a lesson, illustrates a problem in diagnosis, or focuses on noteworthy radiologic appearances.
  • Required abstract format: Purpose, Case Report, Imaging Findings, Summary.

Electronic Scientific Poster (Single Powerpoint slide)

  • Visual presentation summarizing details of original investigative research.
  • Required abstract format: Purpose, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusion.
  • Abstracts may include one graphic file with a maximum of four (4) images. 

Electronic Educational Exhibit (Powerpoint presentation)

  • An interactive, visually-oriented educational presentation.
  • Electronic Educational Exhibits highlight the unique didactic advantages of the computer format and focus on its interactive potential.
  • Required abstract format: summary of the planned presentation and list of educational objectives. Consider use of “Purpose, Methods, Findings, Summary” when appropriate
  • Presentations created using PowerPoint, HTML, Flash, and QuickTime can be seen on a browser using browser plug-ins. These are the preferred presentation formats.

Important information for all abstract submissions

  • Abstracts should describe the learning objectives of the presentation
  • The American Journal of Neuroradiology (AJNR) encourages presenters to submit manuscripts based on their work to AJNR before considering other journals.
  • Presenters of accepted abstracts must register for the ASNR 57th Annual Meeting.

Additional abstract submission criteria

  • Published or previously presented works should NOT be submitted.
  • Submission topic areas include: Adult Brain, Spine, Head and Neck, Pediatrics, Functional/Advanced Imaging, Interventional, Health Policy, and AI/Informatics.
  • Submit each abstract in one category only.
  • Format abstract text using headings required for submission category.
  • Maximum length: 300 words including graphics.
    GRAPHICS – Charts, graphs and tables may be included as an image, for all categories.
  • Submission site allows uploading of files into the system.
  • Changes can be made to the abstract until the deadline.

Accreditation Statement

The American Society of Neuroradiology is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The American Society of Neuroradiology takes responsibility for the content, quality and scientific integrity of the CME activity.

Credit Designation Statement

This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) Compliance

By ASNR policy, the content of all educational presentations given at ASNR meetings must be in compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services regulations implementing this Act. To comply with HIPAA regulations, patient confidentiality must be maintained in all educational presentations (oral, printed or electronic). Members of the ASNR Program Committee attend every presentation to identify ways to improve the audio-visual presentations and to monitor HIPAA compliance.

Educational Posters and Electronic Educational Exhibits are reviewed by members of the ASNR

Education Exhibits Committee. For inquiries about this policy, contact lreyes@asnr.org.

 

For questions and inquiries contact meetings@asnr.org or 630.574.0220 x228 (Lynn Reyes)