ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE – SATURDAY, AUGUST 29TH, 11:59 PM
The PCICS Board of Directors have decided to delay the deadline for abstract submission until Saturday, August 29th. During these unprecedented times, we recognize the changing factors in our field may have an impact on the time needed to create and submit an abstract. If you have considered submitting an abstract, but did not have the time to devote to this, please reconsider and start the process today.
Please review the following Guidelines prior to beginning the submission process.
All abstracts will be reviewed by the PCICS Scientific Review Committee.
Abstracts may be accepted for podium presentation, moderated poster presentation, or standard poster presentation. All presentations will be expected to be on templates that will be provided at the time of abstract acceptance.
Podium Presentations will be in three sessions:
- Top Abstract Presentations
- Rapid Fire Abstract Presentations
- Cutting Edge/Highlighted Research
Poster presentations will be in two categories:
- Moderated Posters
- Standard Posters
Posters also will be available for review electronically on a weblink.
Abstracts are welcome from any academic area, including clinical science, basic science, population science, quality improvement, and education. Challenging case presentations may also be submitted using this same system with 6-12 accepted for a designated moderated poster session, which will allow for robust small group discussion.
Submissions are encouraged from all groups including trainees and allied health professionals. Authors will be asked to identify their profession (MD, RN, RT, PT etc.) and if they are new faculty/trainee.
Both abstracts and challenging cases may be submitted using this same system. You will be able to make a selection as to whether your submission is an abstract or a challenging case during the submission process. The word “abstract” is used throughout the system, but any instance of it also applies to challenging cases. Challenging cases have additional guidelines for submission that are detailed in the Challenging Cases section below.
The abstract submission process contains many steps. These steps should be completed in the order listed, although you can go back and edit information at any time. The steps do not have to be completed in one session.
- Abstract Info (title, topic area, and keywords)
- Author Info
- Author Info II
- Disclosure Statement (online form)
- Abstract Body
- Introduction / Objective
- Additional Images
- Preview Abstract
- Submit Abstract
Once an abstract is submitted, information cannot be edited.
The Body of the Abstract
The body of the abstract will be typed or pasted onto the online form. References should not be included.
Character Limit: 3300 (Additional images count as 300 characters)
You may include up to three image files with your abstract. If you are submitting supplemental graphic files with your abstract, please convert them to jpeg format at a width no greater than 600 pixels. This includes:
- Anything other than the text content of your abstract
We invite you to submit a difficult or challenging cardiac case encountered during your career for discussion at the 2020 PCICS Annual International Virtual Meeting. These cases could be from the CICU, cardiac acute care unit, ER, catheterization lab or operating room requiring successful collaboration, lateral thinking or innovation. Cases could include any diagnostic conundrum or those that were challenging physiologically, technically or psychologically, and may or may not have had a successful outcome.
Cases will be presented in a supportive and positive environment with an emphasis on open discussion, debate and learning.
Cases should adhere to the abstract character limit (3000) with 300 characters for each image or table.
- Title of the clinical case should be in sentence case and limited to 10 words.
- Structure for the case submission will be:
Case report description
Discussion and Implications to clinical practice.
- Up to three images relevant to the case may be submitted.
- The identity of the patient within the text and images must be anonymized and no PHI should be included in any part of the case.
- The presenting author of the case MUST be a registered participant.
- All co-authors should be aware of the case presentation’s content before submission.
Please contact Melissa Haycock at email@example.com with any questions.