21st Annual meeting of the European Venous Forum,
25 – 27 June 2019, Budapest, Hungary
Abstract submission is now open!
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
The EVF invites you to submit an abstract(s) for consideration of presentation at the EVF Budapest 2020 meeting.
Abstracts should be submitted by Friday 21 February 2020 and typed in English. Selection will be based on originality and quality of work. All abstracts will be reviewed, blind, by the Scientific Committee. Authors will be notified on the committee’s decision by mid March 2020.
Each abstract should include:
- Authors’ names: presenter’s names first (Surname, initial)
- Institution, City and Country
- Type abstract in English. Maximum of 425 words (excluding title, authors’ names and institution). Abstracts exceeding 425 words will be rejected. Abstracts should include: Background/Aim (Background), Methods, Results, Conclusions.
- Indicate if your wish the abstract to be considered for the EVF Prize.
The official language of the Conference is English. All presentations will be in English. Abstracts accepted for presentation will be printed in the Final Programme/Book of Abstracts distributed during the meeting.
The EVF prize will be awarded to the three best abstracts according to originality and quality.
To be eligible for the EVF Prize the presenter should:
- Be a Trainee/Junior Doctor
- Under 40 years of age
- Confirm that the material has not been presented or published elsewhere.
The three winning abstracts will be sent to the scientific committees of the American Venous Forum (AVF), American Vein and Lymphatic Society (AVLS) and the Japanese Society of Phlebology (JSP). Each society will each select one paper to be presented at their annual meeting. The paper selected for the (AVF) meeting will receive a Travelling Grant from the EVF to cover travel and accommodation expenses (to a maximum of £1,500) to attend. The paper selected by the AVLS will receive a grant from them to attend the next meeting. The paper selected by the JSP will receive a grant from the EVF to cover travel and accommodation (to a maximum of €3,000) to attend the meeting. The EVF Prizes will be awarded during the Congress Dinner on Friday evening.
The winner of the EVF Prize should be able to attend either meeting if their abstract is selected.
The Prizes will be awarded during the Congress Dinner on Friday evening.
Please indicate on the Abstract Submission Form if you wish your presentation to be considered for the EVF Prize.
Abstracts submitted for the EVF Prize and selected for Oral Presentation at the meeting will receive an EVF Prize Grant. The presenting author of the paper will receive a grant of up to Euro 500 towards hotel accommodation (3 nights) and travel (economy). The registration fee will be waived.
The EVF Prizes will be awarded during the Congress Dinner on Friday evening.
It is a condition of submission that should your abstract be accepted for presentation that the presenting author will register for the congress at least 4 weeks prior to the date of the meeting. Failure to register will mean removal of your abstract from the programme.