Abstract Presentation

At the time of abstract submission, the submitter must identify who will be the presenting author. To be eligible to present, authors will be required to confirm they had full access to all of the data in the study and take responsibility for the integrity of the data, accuracy of the data analysis, and approving the data for presentation.

  • The presenting author need not be the first author, but must be a listed author on the abstract.
  • The presenter is required to speak English when presenting, as this is the designated language of the meeting.
  • Only one presenter is permitted per abstract.
  • Important: The presenting author is the sole point of contact for all abstract co-authors. The ACR will direct all co-author inquiries to the presenting author.

The ACR graciously requests that interested parties please refrain from contacting the ACR directly to obtain information regarding abstract status, notification, distribution, and/or publication dates.

Abstract Presentation Guidelines

Poster Specifications: The backboard panel for each poster presentation board measures 42 inches (106.7 cm) high and 90 inches (228.6 cm) wide.

See detailed presentation guidelines and procedures for oral presentations and posters in the Call for Abstracts brochure (coming soon).

ePoster Specifications: Pediatric poster abstracts and late-breaking poster abstracts will be presented in the form of ePosters this year. See more information in the ePoster Guidelines (coming soon).

Submitted Abstract Notifications

Notifications of acceptance and rejection were sent for the general abstract submissions in late August. Notifications for late-breaking abstracts will be sent in mid-October.

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