In this years symposium, you have the opportunitets to enter you clinical trial abstracts to be a part of Copenhagen Symposium. We are very much looking forward to see your Abstract submission. And to see some of you presenting it on this years symposium.
Abstract Submission Open: January 1st, 2024
Deadline for Abstract Submission: June 1st, 2024
Date for communicating the decision of scientific committee: July 1st, 2024
Deadline for registration of authors: August 1st, 2024
Remenber: The presenter must be registered for the conference by August 1st, 2024
You can submit your abstracts for the symposium and webinar here:
If you have any problems with submission – please contact us HERE.
- Poster session
- Oral presentation
- All submissions must be in the English language.
- Authors are responsible for the correct spelling (use of symbols etc.) of the name and institutions of the authors and the accuracy of all abstract information and data.
- The abstract must include appropriate credit to all contributing authors and their associated institutions. The submitted abstracts must clearly report any conflict of interest.
- All co-authors must agree to the statement that the abstract can be submitted for presentation.
- Authors may co-author multiple submissions but present only ONE presentation.
- The presenter must be registered for the conference by August 1st, 2024, for inclusion of the abstract in the Copenhagen Symposium 2024 Scientific Programme.
- Abstracts must NOT contain figures, tables, photographs or illustrations.
- Abstracts must be a maximum of 300 words and include the following sections:
- Aim(s) of the cases or technique included in the poster
- Case Presentation (for case report or case series) / Methodology (for clinical description of a technique/material)
- Conclusion & Clinical Relevance
- References (maximum 5)
- The abstract is incomplete or poorly organized;
- The abstract has substantial grammatical errors;
- Information is missing;
- The conclusions are not supported;
- The submission is not considered to have clinical relevance.