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.

Important Date
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

Abstract submission

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.

Presentation Categories

  • Poster session
  • Oral presentation

Abstract Submission

  • 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.

Clinical Research

  • Abstracts must NOT contain figures, tables, photographs or illustrations.
  • Abstracts must be a maximum of 300 words and include the following sections:
    • Authors
    • 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)
    • Discussion
    • 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.