When submitting your abstract, you will be prompted to accept the following conditions:
- The work in the abstract should not be presented at any large English-speaking meeting before the Euroanaesthesia 2016 Congress, nor should the work appear in another form at any other meeting.
- The work should not be published before Euroanaesthesia 2016, in whole or in abstract, in an indexed journal.
- Studies involving animal or human subjects must be conducted according to the European regulation authorities for ethics in human or animal research. A statement is required indicating that an institutional review board (IRB), independent ethics committee (IEC), ethical review board (ERB) or ethics committee for animal experimentation approved the study. If such an approval was not obtained, the abstract will be rejected.
- In consideration of the European Society of Anaesthesiology taking action in reviewing and editing the submission, the author(s) must transfer, assign, and otherwise convey copyright of ownership in said work to the European Society of Anaesthesiology in the event said work is published by the Society. This copyright assignment applies only to the abstract submitted and does not apply to, or prevent, subsequent publication elsewhere of a full manuscript relating to the subject matter of such abstract.
- If the abstract is accepted, the author commits him/herself to present his/her work at Euroanaesthesia 2016. The registration deadline for accepted abstract presenters is on 23 March 2016 (23:59 CET).
- Accepted abstract presenters will benefit from the early bird fee until March 23rd.
The abstract will be withdrawn if the presenter of the abstract does not meet the preregistration deadline.