There may be areas of controversy, where your research and experience can help participants choose the best practice for their individual patients. The abstracts may be research-focused, clinical-focused, or program-focused. The abstract must describe work that is evidence-based and can be early implementation or brainstorming stage.
Multiple submissions per individual/institution are encouraged, however, no more than two will be accepted for presentation. Submitting an abstract represents a commitment to attend the 2019 Chest Wall Injury Summit if accepted.
Applicants will receive email notification on or before Monday, December 31 regarding abstract acceptance for presentation at the 2019 Chest Wall Injury Summit. Slides will be due on March 1. This is a firm deadline.