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Robot-assisted surgery in benign and malignant gynaecological pathology has exploded in the last decennium and the development is continuing and progressing fast every year! Do not miss the opportunity to get updated on the latest developments and studies in one of the most beautiful and inspiring cities of Europe: Istanbul!
At the 7th Annual SERGS Meeting - 2014 there will be ample opportunity to see live robot-assisted surgery broadcasted from all over the world, to listen to the abstracts and newest communications of your colleagues, to see unedited videos and to have thorough discussion on the scientific progress, but also on economical and teaching topics in relation to robot-assisted surgery. Also for nurses there will be a specific program. Finally the meeting will be preceded by educational courses on suturing, and animal dissections and many other topics!
So do not miss this event, and keep in mind that the registration fee is lower as SERGS member! In addition, as SERGS member you will have a lot more advantages such as getting access to presentations and videos of the annual SERGS meetings. Please visit our website for more information on www.sergs.org/membership-benefits/.
|Ignace Vergote, MD. PhD. Prof. |
|Fatih Şendağ, MD.Prof.|
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
- Official VAT 8% should be added to the accommodation fees.
- The rates above are for two nights of accommodation on a Bed&Breakfast Basis (C-in: June 11th, C-out: June 13th).
- All accommodation reservations are confirmed upon full payment of the accommodation fees. You can finalize your accommodation booking via the online Registration & Accommodation System by online credit card payment or bank transfer. If case you pay by a bank transfer, please send the receipt of payment to the congress secretariat via e-mail (email@example.com) in order to get confirmation of the registration.
All cancellations will be valid if notified in writing to Opteamist Tourism.
For cancellations submitted in writing until February 20th, 2015 following cancellation fees incur:
- Congress registration: € 50 + VAT 18%
- Pre- or post-congress courses: € 30 + VAT 18%
- Congress dinner party: Non-refundable
From this date onwards or in case of a no-show, no cancellation will be accepted and there will be no refunds. All refunds will be processed in one month process after the congress.
Important Points and Rules for Submission of Abstracts
Abstracts must be sent over the system in ENGLISH. Abstracts sent independently of the system, by post, or in languages other than English will not be accepted. Abstracts sent over the internet, if accepted, will be printed as they arrive, so they should be free of errors.
The presenting author MUST REGISTER by May 1st, 2015. Abstracts of unregistered authors will not be published at the abstract book of the congress.
Last date for submission of abstracts: May 1st, 2015.
Rules for Abstracts
1. Abstracts will be gathered via the online abstract system.
2. Authors’ names must not include their academic titles.
3. The abstract must contain the following headers: Objective, Material, Method, Results, Conclusion and Keywords.
4. The abstract, not including the title, author’s name and surname must not exceed 3,000 characters.
5. Names must be written with only the first letter capitalized, and unabbreviated.
6. The name and address of the institution where the author works must be included.
7. Abstracts headers must be in title case (first letters capitalized only), with the exception of abbreviations.
8. If abbreviations are used in the abstract, the unabbreviated form must be included in parentheses.
9. The objective and material of the project must be briefly stated. Results must be summarized with sufficient numerical data, and conclusions should be explained within the results presented.
Instructions for Open Communications
Instructions for accepted abstracts for open communications.
• Powerpoint presentations must not be longer than 8 minutes.
Instructions for Poster Presentations
Instructions for accepted abstracts for poster presentations. Posters must be 70 cm wide and 90 cm high and should be designed to be legible from at least one meter away. The date, place and number of the stands where posters will be exhibited shall be announced by the organizing committee. Posters shall be affixed by sticky putty, and no other material shall be allowed. Assistance will be provided to the presenters in hanging their posters.
Instructions for Video Presentations
Instructions for accepted abstracts for video presentations.
Only videos uploaded to the online abstract submission program will be considered for judging, acceptance and presentation.
- You will be required to write a summary for your video.
- All video presentations must be edited and narrated. Narration must be in English.
- Productions must not be longer than 8 minutes including titles and a spoken narrative explaining the objectives of the procedure and the methods used during the procedure. Conclude with the results or purpose of the procedure.
- Video size should not exceed 30 MB. You can split your video and upload each file part by part.
- The preferred format is compressed video formats such as divx avi, .wmv and mpeg. Avoid the following formats: uncompressed avi, vob. If your video is in one of these formats, please consider converting the video format into the preferred MPEG4 format. Doing so will decrease the time to upload your video during the submission process without degrading the quality of the video.
- Productions MUST play in one of the following video players: Windows Media Player®, RealPlayer® or QuickTime Player®. If you do not have of any of these players, you can download them from the Internet. If your video does not play in one of these players, it cannot be judged and will be disqualified.