2019 eCM XIX: Orthopaedic Infection
26th – 28th June 2019, Congress Center, Davos, Switzerland
Abstract submission deadline: April 5th 2019.
Authors will be notified of the decision 2 weeks after the submission deadline (April 5th 2019).
We invite submission
of papers on the key and related topics for consideration as
oral or poster presentations.
Each submission must be original work that has not been published previously as a manuscript. The abstracts should be in English and provide sufficient information to assess aims, methods, results and impact of the investigation.
The complete abstract (maximum 1 page) should be e-mailed as an attachment to the conference secretariat (carla.escher at aofoundation.org)
Abstracts larger than
5MB in size will not be reviewed (images embedded in the abstracts
should be JPEG (.jpg) format and not TIFF).
Abstracts should be named with the presenting author e.g. RichardsRG_01_eCMXiX.doc
Download the abstract
template (Word doc format 792 kB).
All abstracts presented in either poster or oral format will be hosted in a special supplement of on the eCM Conference website.
Failure to present an abstract (oral or poster) will also prevent the hosting of the abstract and the authors will not be able to present at future meetings (without a reasonable explanation of failure to turn up).
Prizes are allocated for best young investigator Oral and Poster presentation.
One of the winners will be nominated to represent eCM Conference at the 2020 ORS Meeting. The winner will be guaranteed a poster as part of AOFoundations participation as an ICORS member. All costs for ORS2020 registration, travel, accommodation etc will need to be paid by the participant. eCM provides no financial support for the ORS2020 meeting.
We invite all keynote speakers to submit a paper (either original research report, original review*or original tutorial*) to the eCells & Materials (eCM) online 'Open & Free Access' journal.
*NOTE: We define a REVIEW
PAPER as a paper which includes an extended literature review and
complete bibliography (including authors' own work), and can also
emphasise authors' new unpublished findings and in an extended discussion
puts the topic in proper perspective. A review can also be based
on a complete bibliography of an author's own work over several
years in relation to others.