Abstracts should be submitted in the categories of original scientific research and challenging cases with a chance for individuals to join the faculty for a podium or e-poster presentation, providing endovascular techniques, peripheral, carotid, aortic and late breaking trial data and the opportunity for individuals to present their research.
Abstracts, presenting original research or a challenging case may be submitted to the organising committee for consideration. Submitting authors (or their delegate) are given the opportunity to nominate an oral or poster presentation.
Following the closing date abstracts are reviewed and scored by the organising committee, which is chaired by the course convenor.
Based on that review process authors are advised of their acceptance or rejection, and the date and time of their presentation (as applicable).
Authors of abstracts to be presented as posters are sent specifications and guidelines.
Any change to an abstract, or presenters, must be advised to the secretariat in writing.
All best endeavours will be made to present the program as displayed on this website. The Symposium Convenor and Secretariat reserve the right to alter, without prior notice, any of the program arrangements, plans or other items relating to the Symposium, for any cause beyond its reasonable control.
The Organising Committee/Conference Organisers are not liable for any loss or inconvenience caused as a result of such alteration. In the event of unforeseen circumstances, the Organising Committee and the Conference Organisers do not accept responsibility for the loss of monies caused by delays. Participants are advised to take out personal travel insurance and to extend their policy to cover personal possessions. The Symposium does not cover individuals against theft or damage to belongings.