Early career professionals are invited to submit abstracts and case studies relevant to early professional development, current career trends in gynecologic oncology, and academic and grant writing.
The deadline for abstract submission has been extended through 11:59 p.m. Friday, Sept. 1, 2017. Submissions will be considered for one or more of the following sessions at the Early Career Educational Summit:
- Poster session
- Oral presentation with opportunities for audience engagement
- Special workshop session
Residents, fellows, and junior faculty are encouraged to submit original research and research projects—complete or still in development—for presentation, discussion, and possible workshopping among peers and experts in the field. Submissions will be accepted as oral presentations to be discussed and integrated into troubleshoot discussions throughout the Summit. This is a terrific opportunity for burgeoning gynecologic oncologists to receive important feedback on study design, presentation, and professional development.
The Early Career Educational Summit Planning Committee will review the submitted abstracts in a blinded review for quality, relevance, and potential educational impact. Grading will be based on content, originality, potential influence on the subspecialty and quality of presentation.
Submission Rules and Regulations:
- Abstracts/case studies that have been previously published are not eligible for submission; however, abstracts that have been previously presented without publication are eligible for submission. Presentation of abstracts at the Early Career Educational Summit will not preclude eligibility for the SGO Annual Meeting on Women’s Cancer.
- Please write your text in proper English (American or British usage is accepted, but not a mixture of these). Use decimal points (not commas). Please carefully check your spelling.
- An abstract must have a title that indicates the nature of the investigation. Capitalize the first word in the title. Example: The current clinical use of HPV genotyping
- Each abstract submission must clearly identify the following:
- Objectives: an introductory sentence indicating the purpose
- Methods: a brief description of pertinent procedures, including statistical evaluation where appropriate
- Results: a summary of the data
- Conclusions: a statement of the conclusions and implications
- Within the title and text of the abstract, omit any reference to your institution to ensure a proper, blinded review.
- Trade names should not be used.
- Submission of an abstract constitutes a commitment by the author to present it if accepted.
- Acceptance and decline notices will be sent in at least one month in advance of the Summit.
- Authors should submit an abstract or case study that is relevant to the objectives of the Early Career Educational Summit and covering all of the above listed requirements that will be reviewed by the SGO and the Early Career Educational Summit Planning Committee.
- All abstract submissions must be received by Friday, Sept. 1, 2017 before 11:59 p.m. CT to be considered for acceptance.
- Authors will be notified by email within one week of the submission close date of acceptation/rejection.
Unauthorized recordings of presentations by means of audio tapes, video, or still photography requiring flash devices, special lighting, or bulky equipment will be prohibited. The SGO reserves the right to all video and/or audio recordings of presentations and materials at the SGO Early Career Educational Summit.
Expenses associated with the submission, attendance of the Summit, and presentation of abstracts are the responsibility of the presenter and will not reimbursed or covered by the SGO.