Abstract Submission

Abstract submissions now open for Fifty Ninth Annual Meeting of the Irish Otorhinolaryngology / Head and Neck Society.
Deadline for receipt of Abstract is 1700 GMT Friday 31 August 2018.

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Notes to Applicants

To ensure your abstract is selected for review, please adhere to the following submission guidelines:
  • Submission is via the website only
  • The text should be not more than 250 words.
  • The use of tables or graphs is NOT possible.
  • The abstract must consist of four paragraphs labelled: OBJECTIVE, METHODS, RESULTS, CONCLUSIONS.
  • It should concisely address the problem and the purpose of the study (OBJECTIVE); how the study was performed (METHODS); the main findings with numerical data and statistical significance (RESULTS); and the principal conclusions drawn from the study (CONCLUSIONS)
  • The abstract should contain sufficient data / information to enable assessment of presentation (eg results will be discussed not sufficient!).
  • The title of the abstract should be printed in CAPITAL LETTERS; the name(s) of the author(s) should be preceded by the initials (omit titles). There should be no more than 8 authors.
  • Since the abstracts will be judged anonymously, the text may not reveal the institutional affiliation.

Abstract Submission Form

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ALL OF THE ABOVE INFORMATION MUST BE PROVIDED!
Certification Statement
  • I certify that the information contained in this abstract represents original work If accepted for presentation, I agree to provide a manuscript prior to the meeting and to be present at the meeting to present my work.
  • If accepted for poster display only, I agree to provide a poster at the meeting and to attend the Meeting.

By clicking on the box you agree to the above statement

Notes for papers and posters

Each talk has been allocated eight minutes - six for delivery and two for questions/discussions. A bell will sound at the end of six minutes. There is a best paper prize, and points will be deducted for exceeding your time. Each paper will be allowed a maximum of ten slides.

If you have specific queries regarding format, video-clips, Apple Macs, etc., do contact Ollie O’Flanagan at ollie0photography@gmail.com immediately. Anyone wishing to use an Apple Mac must bring along the VGA conversion dongle that comes with the Mac. Ollie will be available to load slides at the venue on Friday / Saturday mornings between 8 am and 9 am; and during refreshment breaks on each of these two days. Please ensure you meet up with him and give him your slides well in advance of your slot. It will not be possible to do this at other times, and especially not at the start of your presentation. The best paper will be announced at the end of the conference on Saturday afternoon.

Notes for poster presenters:

Please ensure your poster is put up by 9 am on Friday. The judges will visit the display later that day during the second coffee break, and may wish to speak to you regarding your material - you should be available at the poster at this time should you be required.

The best poster prize will be announced at the end of the conference on Saturday afternoon, and attracts a prize.

Please only select the submit button once. The submission process will take some time depending on the size of the file uploaded, your connection speed and your network. If you encounter any error please report this to webmaster@iosconference.org and we will contact you. Thank you and best of luck with your submission