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Abstracts

Instructions for Written Abstracts

Abstracts are the backbone of the scientific program. Through these submissions, new ideas are shared, discussed and improved.  To access the online program to submit your abstract, you will need to use one of the following browsers:  • Microsoft Internet Explorer/Edge –  Version 7, 8, 9 or 10 (Compatibility mode only) • Safari – Version 6.0 or higher • Mozilla Firefox – Version 4.0 or higher (download the newest version free at mozilla.org) • Google Chrome.

To handle all of these abstracts and to be sure we assign them to graders well-versed in your subject, we ask you to categorize your abstract as follows: Identify the type of abstract you are submitting. Assign your abstract to the category listed below. 1.cervical cancer; 2. endometriosis; 3. Female Pelvisology; 4. Gynecological anatomy; 5. Cervical lesions and colposcopy; 6. Gynecological Endoscopy; 7. Hysteroscopy; 8. endometrial carcinoma; 9. uterine myoma; 10. endometrial ablation; 11. Transvaginal surgery; 12. robot-assisted surgery; 13. single-site laparoscopic surgery; 14. ovarian cancer; 15. Cervical cerclage and cesarean-induced isthmocele.

Abstract Format 

Abstracts should be submitted in the following structured format:

Study Objective: Begin with a clear, concise statement of the precise objective or question put forth in the study.

Design: Describe the basic study design, and duration of any follow-up. 

Setting: Describe the study location and level of clinical care.  Patients or Participants: State the manner of selection and numbers of patients who were enrolled in a completed study.  Interventions: Describe the exact treatment or intervention. 

Measurements and Main Results: Describe the methods of assessing patients, and state the key results. This section must include data, even if preliminary.

Conclusion: State clearly the conclusions and clinical applications that are supported by the data.

Advise if additional study is required before this information should be used in clinical settings.  300 Word Maximum – The overall limit for all segments is 300 words. Each segment must be completed before the abstract can be successfully submitted. If any segment does not apply to your abstract, please enter N/A in the field.  Abbreviations used in abstracts must be defined. Abbreviations are permitted in titles if they immediately follow the term being abbreviated and are enclosed in parentheses. If used in the text, they should be defined at first mention if not already defined in the title

 

Instructions for Video Abstracts

Video Length – Videos must be no longer than 6 minutes in length. This includes titles, video clips and your spoken narrative. 

Slides – All video presentations must contain the following slides:  1. Introduction Slide – Title, Author(s) and Institution (Must appear in the first 5-10 seconds of the video) 2. Patient Information Slide – Detailing the intended purpose of the video. (This slide follows the Introduction Slide.)  3. Summary Slide (Acknowledgements) –  Appears at the end of the video. 

Narration – All video presentations must be edited and narrated. Narration must be in English.  Music – Music is not permitted.

Format – MP4

Submission Categories1.cervical cancer; 2. endometriosis; 3. Female Pelvisology; 4. Gynecological anatomy; 5. Cervical lesions and colposcopy; 6. Gynecological Endoscopy; 7. Hysteroscopy; 8. endometrial carcinoma; 9. uterine myoma; 10. endometrial ablation; 11. Transvaginal surgery; 12. robot-assisted surgery; 13. single-site laparoscopic surgery; 14. ovarian cancer; 15. Cervical cerclage and cesarean-induced isthmocele.

Video abstract submitters are required to complete a structured abstract.

Video Objective: Begin with a clear, concise statement of the precise objective or question put forth in the video.

Setting: Describe the patient, the problem being presented and level of clinical care

Interventions: Describe the exact treatment or intervention. 

Conclusion: State clearly the conclusions and clinical applications that are supported by the procedure. Explain the significance of your findings.

300 Word Maximum – The overall limit for all segments is 300 words. Each segment must be completed before the abstract can be successfully submitted. If any segment does not apply to your abstract, please enter N/A in the field.

4-6 written or video abstracts of each category will be chosen for oral presentation.

 

 

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