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FAQ (FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS)
 

General submissions

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The regular abstract submission is free of charge.

The presenting author would need to register to the EULAR 2022 Congress and pay the applicable registration fees if the abstract is accepted for presentation.

Notifications will be sent out Mid April at the latest.

It is not possible to select “oral only”, the Scientific Committee will judge the abstracts according to the scientific or clinical value, relevance to EULAR, suitability of methods to aims, conclusions confirmed by objective results, objectivity of statements, description of methods used, ethics, originality of work, standard of English, and overall impression.

Abstract notifications for the regular abstract submission deadline on 1 February are expected to be sent in mid-April 2022 by congress.abs@eular.org to the submitter.

Selected abstracts/posters will be published at the EULAR 2022 Congress event. Online publication is approx. 2 weeks prior to the Congress.

For more details visit congress.eular.org/abstract_submission.cfm

Yes, all abstracts can be amended until the deadline. However, you need to ensure to re-submit it.

Yes, we will send a reminder to submit your abstracts in DRAFT.

Yes, you are required to register to the Congress to present your abstract. Therefore, you will have access to questions submitted by the audience.

EULAR does not issue any additional certificates for accepted abstract for presentation or publication. Please use the official abstract publication, final programme and acceptance letter as a proof sent via email.

 

Content and formatting

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No, there is no limit of authors or abstracts.

No, only an author of an abstract can be a presenter.

These sections are automatically appear in the abstract as you will see on the preview page.

Images and figures need to be included in the template you upload.

The inclusion of trade names/brand names is not allowed in the abstract, including statistical programmes or other, unless this is peculiar and adds value to their work. The mentioning of agents/molecules must follow the scientific standard for publications.

55 lines is the recommendation, this will keep the abstract concise and it will not contribute to the character count.

No, multiple-panel figures are not accepted. Only one graph or one image is allowed. Tables turned into image are not allowed either.

Yes, it is allowed to submit several abstracts taken from same study.

Yes, Case reports are permissible.

 

Presentation, Copyrights, Licensing

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Abstract presentation guidelines for the EULAR 2022 Congress Scientific Programme are available at congress.eular.org/abstract_presentation.cfm

The authors retain copyright to their work from the abstract submitted.

Please see here for full details of the exclusive licence to publish. Authors may re-use material presented in the abstract in further publications, provided that the source of original publication is included [DOI].

Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases (ARD) is an international peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of rheumatology, which includes the full spectrum of musculoskeletal conditions, arthritic disease, and connective tissue disorders.

You can find further information under https://ard.bmj.com/ and https://congress.eular.org/abstract_archive.cfm

Yes, QR Code will be allowed on a poster. Please ensure that the link behind the QR code follows these rules:

“QR codes are allowed on all posters for the purpose of disseminating scientific and educational content. The information available using the QR code should be freely accessible and should not require any specific log-in. In agreement with applicable laws, rules regulating restrictions for promotional activities in the context of medical events, QR codes should not give access to company sponsored websites allowing the free access to prescription medicines advertisements.”