The Program Committee may accept the abstract as a different type than what was originally submitted. This is usually due to the number of abstracts submitted in each category and how the information will best be presented.
Research in progress is acceptable as long as tentative, data-based conclusions are stated in the abstract. The abstract will be blinded and peer reviewed along the same guidelines as other abstracts submitted, see the Abstract Submission Guidelines for more details.
Assuring that all appropriate financial and non-financial relationship disclosures have been made. Disclosure of financial relationships with commercial entities is required for the presenting author and his/her spouse and institution.
Announcing the disclosures before the presentation of the abstract.
Logging in to the abstract site to RSVP acceptance of the presentation and to review the presentation guidelines, if accepted. Email us after acceptance if the first author is not the presenter.
Presenters must register for ACPA’s Annual Meeting and are responsible for all registration fees and personal expenses related to the meeting.
Yes, there is no limit to the number of abstracts that you may submit. Authors who submit multiple abstracts should be prepared to make arrangements for alternative presenters to attend in case more than one abstract is accepted.
Yes, you will receive a confirmation email once the submission has been finalized. All abstract submission emails are sent from “ACPA’s Annual Meeting”, email@example.com. Please check all junk and spam folders.
You can still submit the abstract to ACPA’s Annual Meeting if it has been presented previously. Please indicate this where requested during the submission process. If a significant number of attendees could obtain or have obtained this information elsewhere, it may cause your abstract to receive a lower rating.