BSGE ASM 2019
Call for Abstracts
BSGE ASM 2019 Abstract submission is NOW CLOSED.
Guidelines for abstracts submission
Abstracts are invited for inclusion in the programme as either oral presentation, electronic poster or video presentation or video poster.
You must register in the submission system before submitting your abstract.
The following information is required for each abstract:
- Primary author’s name, position, organisation, full contact address, telephone and email address. This information will be used for all further communications.
- Names and organisations of co-authors.
- The presentation preference of video, oral or poster presentation or either.
For more information on how to use the online abstract submission system please click here.
Please note all accepted poster abstracts will be presented as e-posters at the BSGE ASM 2019.
‘Who will be the next proud owner of the ‘The Karl Storz Golden Telescope’ Award? The winner of the ‘Best Video’ presentation will earn this prestigious prize and join a talented few in history. In addition they will receive a KARL STORZ-supported BSGE bursary to a course of their choosing, within Europe, at any Karl Storz supported centre.’
Gold, Silver and Bronze awards will also be made for
Best Oral, Best electronic Poster and Best Video presentation.
If your abstract cannot be accepted for an oral or video presentation, it will automatically be considered for an e- poster presentation. The BSGE Scientific Committee reserves the right to decide on the final method of presentation. The authors must declare conflicts of interest.
Please remember that submitting an abstract does NOT automatically register you as a ASM delegate. The details submitted within the abstract submission system for the primary author will automatically appear in the programme. If an abstract is accepted for presentation, at least one author must pay the registration fee to attend the ASM for both days. The presenting author MUST register for the meeting by the Early Bird deadline (12th April 2019). If the named abstract presenter has not registered for the ASM by 12th April 2019, the abstract will be considered to be withdrawn.
Any video that has won a prize in a previous BSGE video competition cannot be entered as a video presentation at the ASM. This could result in the author receiving two prizes for the same video publication, which the BSGE council considered inappropriate.
Key dates to remember
Call for abstracts opens- November 2018
Early bird rate for accommodation at The Celtic Manor- 18th February 2019
Abstract submission deadline extended to- 8th March 2019 at 5 pm
Pecha Kucha abstract submission extended to- 15th March 2019 at 5 pm
RIGS Trainee Video abstract submission extended to- 15th March 2019 at 5 pm
‘Stump the Expert’ submission date extended to- 15th March 2019 at 5 pm
Notification of abstract acceptance- 22nd March 2019
Video for abstract to be loaded by- TBC
Early bird registration closes- 12th April 2019
Deadline for presenters to register- 12th April 2019
Registration closes- 10th May 2019
BSGE Pre-congress courses- 21st May 2019
BSGE ASM 2019- 22nd & 23rd May 2019