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ASGBI 2017 call for abstracts

04 Oct 2016

Online submission of abstracts for ASGBI 2017 is now open. Abstracts, short papers and e-posters can be submitted via the ASGBI website.

Online submission of abstracts for ASGBI 2017 is now open.  Abstracts, short papers and e-posters can be submitted via the ASGBI website. The deadline for submissions is 9.00 Wednesday 4 January 2017. 

Presentations will take place during the 2017 Glasgow surgical week, at the SECC on 3-5 May 2017. 

 Topics for Abstract Submission:

  • Audit and Outcomes Research
  • Basic and Applied Clinical Science
  • Breast/Endocrine
  • Cancer/Surgical Oncology
  • Education and Training
  • Emergency Surgery (Specify if using NELA data)
  • General
  • Hernia/Soft Tissues
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery
  • Patient Safety
  • Perioperative Care/Nutrition
  • Quality Improvement
  • Randomised Clinical Trials
  • Surgical Complications
  • Surgical Simulation and Technology
  • Trauma and Military Surgery
  • Vascular and Transplant

 For more information please visit the ASGBI websitee.


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