EASAPS Biennial Meeting Facial rejuvenation
1st ISAPS Resident and Fellow Congress
Congress delegates are invited to submit abstracts of their scientific work for presentation as a free communication during the EASAPS Biennial Meeting, Facial rejuvenation (October 18-19, 2019). Young colleagues are encouraged to send their scientific papers for consideration. Prizes (and fellowship position for young plastic surgeons <40 years) will be awarded for the best scientific paper presentations.
Please write a clear and concise text with proper English. The content must be published for the first time and should have not appeared in academic journals or subject to peer review.
– Facial rejuvenation surgical
– Facial rejuvenation non surgical
– Miscellaneous aesthetic surgery (including breast, body contouring, rhinoplasty)
– Miscellaneous non surgical aesthetic techniques
Original articles, review articles and case reports are accepted.
Aesthetic procedures applied for reconstructive purposes or to enhance reconstructive outcomes are also within the scope of abstract topics.
Submission deadline: August 30th, 2019
Confirmation of receipt: the abstract online system will generate an automatic email immediately after submission.
Registration: the presenting author of each abstract must register for the congress.
Confirmation of acceptance: upon the evaluation by the scientific committee the presenting authors will receive a communication by email at the latest on September 10th, 2019
HOW TO PREPARE AND SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT
It is important to carefully follow the instructions below, otherwise incorrectly prepared abstracts will be rejected.
• When abbreviations are used, spell out the full word in the text followed by the abbreviation in parentheses. Thereafter, use the abbreviation throughout.
• Abstracts are limited to 3200 characters, including spaces (title, authors’ names and affiliations excluded). The system will automatically notify you if the abstract exceeds this number of characters. Title, author(s) and affiliation(s) must be added separately at the appropriate step.