Abstract Submission Rules
Abstracts for the conference will be accepted only via the submission system available via the button at the bottom of this page. Abstracts sent via e-mail or by mail services cannot be handled.
At least one of the authors is required to register for the conference. Those who are stated to present their abstract are expected to participate in the congress, and transfer of this duty is not considered appropriate. This should be taken into account when ordering the names on the abstract.
The layout of the abstracts reporting scientific studies should follow a standard format like an introduction or objective of the presentation, the material and methods section, the results, a short discussion, and a summary or conclusion.
Case studies should consist of an introductiıon, the purpose of the abstract, the detailed case, a discussion of key points, and a summary.
Submitted abstract should not exceed 500 words excluding the title, authors, affiliation, and not more than 3 references, 3 images and 3 tables.
The abstracts can be submitted according to one of the following categories:
-Airway management strategies
-Teaching and education
-Lessons learned from COVID-19 pandemics
-Airway Management under special circumstances
-My interesting airway case
-Ethics committee approval is required for research studies.
The EAMS would also like to introduce the special video-clip category, which invites short video sequences of up to 3 mins of duration. The content of this category is defined – as the cases such as “how I do it’’, “learning from the case’’, “novel techniques” or “airway management challenges’’. Presentations need to be in English and presenters need to provide their video clips in a format that is suitable to be presented at the conference.
Abstracts of acceptable scientific, educational, innovative, and high quality will be taken into consideration. Rare case reports with a dedicated learning point or novel solution are very welcome. All selected abstracts will be presented as oral presentations. The authors will be asked to prepare e-poster in pdf format as well.
Six best abstracts will enter the oral presentation competition and each oral presentation will be judged by an international airway expert jury. The best of the best abstracts will be then presented orally in extensoion and awarded.
The presented abstracts will be published in a supplement issue to Trends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care (TACC). The supplement will be an electronic abstract booklet which will be open 1 week before the conference and closed 2 weeks after the conference. EAMS will send the link to all participants beforehand. For the members of EAMS, it will be on the TACC web page available on a permanent basis. The “Best of the Best” abstract presenters will have the opportunity to submit an extended version of their Abstract to a regular TACC issue in the form of a short scientific report - if they wish.