Abstract Submission Form - Portland Surgical Society 2021 Meeting - Virtual Format May 28, 2021

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Abstract Guidelines
  • Abstracts should be maximum of 250 words.
  • Try to keep the abstract title relatively brief. Do not use all caps.
  • List authors: Last, First, Credentials.
  • Edit abstract carefully and check for errors. They will be published as they are received.
  • All submitted abstracts should adhere to the following format:

    1. Introduction
    2. Methods
    3. Results
    4. Discussions/Conclusion

  • Abstracts accepted as online submission only.
  • Ten (10) abstracts will be selected.
  • The corresponding author should be the person responsible for receiving all communication and coordinating with the presenter.
  • Abstracts submitted to national meetings in the past year will be considered, but should not have been published by the time of submission.
  • Cash prizes will be given out for "Best Basic Science/Translational Research" and "Best Clinical Research." Winners also receive copies of Schwartz's Principles of Surgery textbook.
  • The abstract deadline is April 30, 2021
  • For more information, click HERE
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*Note: The Portland Surgical Society Meeting is normally the first Friday in June at Providence St. Vincent's Medical Center in Portland. Information on the meeting will be sent to abstract authors.
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