Abstracts Due & Meeting Registration Required
September 12: Columbus Hilton at Easton Hotel Reservation Cut-off – make your reservations in advance @ 614.414.5000.
September 26: Abstract Acceptance Notification, Two Fellow in Training Oral Competition Participants Announced, Resident Poster Announced
October 14 (6:30 – 7:00 a.m.): Poster set-up at Hilton Columbus at Easton
October 14 (7:00 – 7:55 a.m. & 9:40-10:25 a.m.): Posters on Display and Judged
October 14 (1:45-2:15 p.m.): Top two Fellow in Training poster abstracts (judged in advance of the meeting) to be presented at the meeting in the Oral Competition.
Download and complete the abstract template form.
Submit abstract via Online Submission System by August 21.
Register for the meeting.
Only ONE abstract may be submitted per person.
Submission of an abstract constitutes a commitment by the submitting author to be present on October 14 if his/her poster is accepted. If the author is unable to attend, the poster will not be permitted to be presented.
Please structure your clinical research abstract using the following headings:
Results (if relevant)
Please structure your case study abstract using the following headings:
Who Can Participate & Eligible Research
All current Ohio fellows in a cardiology training program are invited to submit clinical research or a case report (may present recent data or information that has been presented previously at a local or national meeting).
All current Ohio-ACC CV Team Members (RN, NP, CNS, PA, PharmD) are invited to submit a case report.
All current Ohio internal medicine residents are invited to submit a case report. Residents may NOT submit research. Residents must identify themselves as residents and not fellows.
If you choose to submit a case study, here are some guidelines:
Case reports should be of a rare, unusual, or unexpected finding in a patient;
The diagnosis should be known or the workup as complete as possible (all evidence as to the diagnosis should be included);
There should be a brief review of the literature including numbers of patients with similar findings/outcomes, risk factors, how it has been evaluated/treated, and outcomes where known;
The case should include as much follow-up as is available;
Pathology slides and supporting evidence should be included.