Notification of acceptance:
All abstract submitters will be notified in mid-March 2019 about whether their abstract has been accepted.
Registration of abstract presenting author:
The presenting author of an abstract must register for the congress by 25 March 2019. Until this date the presenting author is offered a prolonged “early fee”. All presenting authors must be registered before this date in order to publish their abstract in the online congress programme, on the congress website and in the mobile App. The registration fee may be refunded if the abstract is rejected.
Please contact the EAACI Congress 2019 Abstract Team at email@example.com for all enquiries about abstracts and/or if you do not receive a confirmation e-mail after submitting an abstract (please do not resubmit the abstract). Similarly, if you have not received a notification of the status of your abstract by end of March 2019, please contact the EAACI Congress 2019 Abstract Team.
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Accepted abstracts selected by expert reviewers will be presented in any of the following sessions: Oral Abstract Sessions, Poster Discussion Sessions and Thematic Poster Sessions. Authors can indicate their choice of preferred type of presentation in the provided space. In addition, authors should indicate the thematic area (see Abstract Topics) their abstract should be assigned to.
Please note that the final decisions regarding the allocation and the type of presentation of the submitted abstract will be made by the Scientific Programme Committee.
It is the author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract. Any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific fact will be reproduced as typed by the author as no editing will be done by EAACI. Please note that each year a number of abstracts are rejected because of poor English or because they contain no/incomplete data.
Oral Abstract Session:
The Oral Abstract Sessions (OAS) consist of six presentations of eight minutes each and each presentation is followed by four minutes for discussion. The sessions are introduced by a lecture given by one of the chairs. As presenter you are required to prepare a MS PowerPoint presentation featuring the main findings of your work.
Poster Discussion Session:
The Poster Discussion Session (PDS) will take place in designated areas in the poster area and will allow for presentation of your work in electronic format. Your PDF will be made available on large touch screens, allowing the audience to gather in front of the screens. Each Poster Discussion Session contains 12 - 18 posters and runs for 90 minutes. Each abstract presenter will have the opportunity to summarise their main findings in 5 - 7 minutes (depending on the number of abstracts per session.)
Thematic Poster Session:
The Thematic Poster Session (TPS) takes place during lunchtime. All posters will be presented in guided poster discussion sessions. The poster presenters will stand by their posters throughout the entire poster session and will be prepared to deliver a "two-minute take home message" which will allow the moderators to select the best posters of each session. Due to the “EAACI goes green”-initiative no paper posters are allowed.