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HGF PEDIATRIC BONE SYMPOSIUM

FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2024 | 9 AM - 1 PM

Cambria Hotels Boston Downtown Seaport 

Kennedy Room

6 West Broadway | Boston, MA 02127

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Abstract Submission Guidelines

MIEMBROS 2022 Pediatric Bone Symposium on June 10, 2022, at Four Seasons Hotel, in Atlanta, Georgia. The symposium will be held from 9 am to 12 pm ET.

HGF ahora está aceptando resúmenes para presentaciones que se centren en casos clínicos desafiantes e investigaciones óseas pediátricas originales, incluida la biología de trastornos óseos genéticos raros y el enfoque para el diagnóstico y el tratamiento.

El propósito de este simposio es proporcionar un foro dedicado a las presentaciones y debates sobre la salud ósea pediátrica. El simposio incluirá tres oradores principales, cuatro presentaciones de casos orales solicitadas con anticipación a los asistentes y un panel de discusión de los casos.

 

This Symposium will provide basic education to trainees and Faculty to learn more about bone disorders including the biology of diseases and the approach to diagnosis and management. 

TIPOS DE RESUMENES ELEGIBLES

Un caso o serie de casos, con enfermedades óseas metabólicas o cualquier trastorno relacionado con los huesos

 

Sesiones abstractas

Los resúmenes aceptados se organizan en sesiones de póster basadas en temas. Los autores serán notificados de la fecha y hora de su presentación de póster abstracto. Los autores presentadores no podrán reprogramar sus presentaciones excepto por razones religiosas.

Fecha límite para enviar resúmenes:

26 DE MAYO DE 2022, 5 p. m. ET, EE. UU.

 

Enviar resumen a:

Haga clic aquí para enviar en línea (solo).

 

Resumen Publicación:

Los resúmenes se publicarán en línea en HGFound.org.

 

Ingresos:

No se cobra la tarifa de envío de resúmenes.

 

Premios:

Human Growth Foundation ofrece varios premios y becas de viaje para asistir al Simposio sobre huesos pediátricos de Human Growth Foundation. Las becas de viaje se otorgan a resúmenes destacados presentados por profesores en formación y nuevos que han sido aceptados para presentar su resumen en el Simposio. La selección de ganadores para todos los premios se basa en los criterios de adjudicación y la puntuación del resumen.

 

Requisitos de adjudicación estándar:

  1. DEBE ser el primer autor presentador en el envío del resumen.

  2. DEBE estar actualmente en formación (estudiante de posgrado, estudiante de la facultad de medicina, becario clínico o posdoctoral) o ser miembro de la facultad junior de carrera temprana (dentro de los 5 años posteriores a la finalización de su beca y/o del 1.° al 5.° año de la designación).

  3. El envío de resúmenes NO lo registra automáticamente para el Simposio Óseo Pediátrico de la Fundación de Crecimiento Humano.

  4. Una vez enviado, el autor presentador del resumen acepta registrarse y asistir al Simposio Óseo Pediátrico de la Human Growth Foundation para presentar el resumen.

 

INFORMACIÓN GENERAL

Los servicios de edición, edición de idiomas, traducción y formato de carteles están disponibles a través de American Journal Experts.

 

Pago:

No se cobra la tarifa de envío de resúmenes.

 

Autoría de la Obra:

Se permite la autoría en múltiples resúmenes.

 

Revisión del coautor y/o investigador principal:

El autor que envía (contacto) es responsable de garantizar que TODOS los coautores y/o investigadores principales revisen el resumen y acepten el Acuerdo de licencia antes de enviarlo. No obtener el permiso para publicar de los coautores puede resultar en el rechazo del resumen.

 

Política de publicación previa:

  1. Los resúmenes enviados no pueden contener datos presentados previamente en una reunión nacional dentro de los EE. UU. en el momento de la presentación del resumen.

  2. Los resúmenes enviados no pueden contener datos ya aceptados para su publicación en ningún lugar indexado en línea o Pub Med en el momento de la presentación del resumen.

  3. Los infractores estarán sujetos a la retirada de resúmenes y se les puede prohibir presentar en futuros simposios de HGF.

 

Presentación a la(s) reunión(es) conjunta(s):

Puede enviar el mismo resumen a Endo oa una reunión nacional.

 

Ethical Issues and Conduct:

Authors who submit abstracts with or engage in publication ethical violations will be subject to exclusion for future abstract submissions.

SUBMITTING YOUR ABSTRACTS

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AFTER YOUR ABSTRACT HAS BEEN SUBMITTED

Edits:

Submitting (contact) authors may log in to edit their abstract up until the abstract submission deadline.

NO REVISIONS to the abstract or the list of authors will be allowed once the site closes on

MAY 26, 2022, 5 PM ET, USA.

Abstract Withdrawal:

  1. Abstracts may be withdrawn by sending an email to Daphne Plump at daphne@hgfound.org.

  2. A withdrawal request must be submitted by the submitting (contact) author and include the abstract submission confirmation number.

 

Notice of Abstract Acceptance:

Abstract notifications will be emailed to presenting (contact) on February 15, 2020.

 

Ethical Issues and Conduct:

Los autores que envíen resúmenes con o participen en violaciones éticas de publicación estarán sujetos a la exclusión para futuros envíos de resúmenes.

GUIDELINES

2022 Pediatric Bone Symposium
Abstract Submission Form

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