Submit your Abstract for the 9th Advanced Academic Rheumatology Review Course
The Course is designed to help Rheumatologists and Rheumatology trainees to introduce them to the world of Rheumatology. The submission of abstracts is opened to consultants, specialists, general practitioners, adult or pediatric Rheumatology professionals, residents and fellows in all specialties.
Abstracts should focus on research work related to broad areas of rheumatic & musculoskeletal disorders (RMD) or interesting clinical cases in the following categories:
- Case Reports
- Clinical Studies
- Basic/Translational Studies
- Delivery of Healthcare to Patients
- Teaching of Rheumatology
ADARRC 2019 will allow authors to submit original, encore and late-breaking abstracts:
- Original abstracts: Unpublished basic or clinical research and data, practice abstracts, retrospective studies, or case studies.
- Encore abstracts: Abstracts previously presented at another conference or previously published in a peer-reviewed journal no more than six months prior to the ADARRC abstract submission deadline of 31 July 2019.
Applicants will have their efforts reviewed, critiqued and evaluated by world-renowned Rheumatology experts. Top abstracts will be selected by ADARRC 2019’s international faculty judging panel, who will be presiding as the lead judges and moderators. The scientific committee will identify which abstracts will be presented as oral presentation and which abstracts will be selected for posters. Those chosen by the scientific committee as oral presentations, will be invited to present their abstracts in the presence of their peers and the international judges.
Retraction and Deletion of abstracts
If necessary, authors may delete a submitted abstract, but only before the abstract submission deadline, 31 July 2019.
After the deadline all submitted abstracts will be reviewed and accepted abstracts will be published. After the abstract deadline, the authors will have to provide a retraction letter should they wish to retract their abstract.