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Welcome to the PCICS Online Abstract/Case Submission System

Welcome to the abstract collection site for PCICS Annual International Meeting. The conference will be held as a virtual event. We are working on transforming the event and more details will be provided soon.

The online abstract submissions deadline is 11:59 pm (EST) on August 15, 2020. Information submitted for each abstract will be saved in the system until completed. You do not need to complete your submission at one time. However, failure to complete the required documentation by the due date will result in your abstract being rejected.

Please review the Guidelines prior to beginning the submission process.

All abstracts will be reviewed by the PCICS Scientific Review Committee.

Abstracts may be accepted for podium presentation, moderated poster presentation, or standard poster presentation. 

All presentations will be expected to be on templates that will be provided at the time of abstract acceptance. 

Podium Presentations will be in three sessions:

1) Top Abstract Presentations

2) Rapid Fire Abstract Presentations

3) Cutting Edge/Highlighted Research

Poster presentations will be in two categories:

1) Moderated Posters 

2) Standard Posters

Posters also will be available for review electronically on a weblink and the mobile meeting guide. 

Abstracts are welcome from any academic area, including clinical science, basic science, population science, quality improvement, and education. Challenging case presentations may also be submitted using this same system with 6-12 accepted for a designated moderated poster session, which will allow for robust small group discussion. 

Submissions are encouraged from all groups including trainees and allied health professionals. Authors will be asked to identify their profession (MD, RN, RT, PT etc.) and if they are new faculty/trainee. 

Both abstracts and challenging cases may be submitted using this same system. You will be able to make a selection as to whether your submission is an abstract or a challenging case during the submission process. The word "abstract" is used throughout the system, but any instance of it also applies to challenging cases. Challenging cases have additional guidelines for submission that are detailed in the Challenging Cases section of the guidelines.

You will be using this form to provide your contact information and your required submission details for review. Click Join Now below to begin.

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Questions? Organizer: Melissa Haycock -