Abstract Submission Opening: September 2023
Abstract Submission Deadline: 31 October 2023, 23:59 CET
Video Sending Deadline (via WeTransfer): 15 November 2023, 23:59 CET
Notifications to submitters: Early December 2023
Videos received after the deadline will not be accepted.
The Young Ophthalmologists Programme in Frankfurt will include video cases submitted by Young Ophthalmologists and discussed with the audience in a lively interactive session.
- The internet abstract submission system works best with Chrome: 16 or higher, Internet Explorer 8.0 or higher and Mozilla Firefox 5.0 or higher.
- You will need to select a topic among the list below:
- One of my First Operations
- Tackling More Risky Cases
- Your abstract should be a brief description of your case – maximum 1,000 characters excluding title and authors’ information. This includes non-visible characters, such as spaces and line breaks.
- When describing the video in your abstract please highlight the most interesting part of your video keeping in mind the topic you have chosen to submit your video in.
- You must ensure to choose a theme from the options given. All videos and abstracts will be reviewed, graded and accepted or rejected by members of the ESCRS Programme Committee. The decision of the committee is final. This year the most educational video will be awarded a bursary of €750 and complimentary registration for the Winter Meeting. The winner will be contacted in December.
- Please send your video via WeTransfer no later than 15 November 2023, 23:59 CET.
- All video submissions must be surgical.
- Only one video author per video submission is permitted.
- If your video is accepted for presentation, you are thereby giving permission for the video to be shown during the Young Ophthalmologists Programme at the 28th ESCRS Winter Meeting 2024.
- You will also need to be a registered delegate and pay the appropriate fees for the Winter Meeting and be present during the Young Ophthalmologists Programme on Friday 16 February 2024. There are reduced registration fees for trainees.
- Failure to present without prior notice to the Programme Committee may influence future acceptance of videos in the Young Ophthalmologists Programme.
All submitted videos to be edited as per below:
- The video footage should be one of your first 50-100 cases.
- The high resolution video should be cut to maximum 3 minutes in duration highlighting your chosen topic.
- Once your video is cut to no more than 3 minutes there should be no editing to the section of video you have chosen to submit.
- The recommended resolution is: Full HD (1920×1080).
- Presentation slides, sound, or grafts are NOT permitted in the video.
- Do not use fast forward in your video.
- Do not write anything on the video including titles or comments.