Call for Abstracts
Departmental Clinical Audit Project Contest
This innovative contest was launched in 2011, and continues as part of the 2013 CAR Annual Scientific Meeting. Deadline for submissions was January 17, 2013. For more information, click here.
Scientific & Educational Exhibits
The Annual Scientific Meeting Group invites radiologists, residents, trainees and other medical professionals to submit an abstract for presentation in any area of Radiology. We encourage you to tie in this year’s theme: “Quest for Quality: More than Just an Image.” Deadline for submissions was January 17, 2013.
There are two exhibit categories – scientific and educational. Your abstract submission must clearly indicate the category for which you wish to be considered.
Scientific Exhibit – describes a hypothesis-driven research project with defined outcomes and a reasonable sample size. Case reports should not be submitted to this category.
Educational Exhibit – an informative exhibit designed to review known facts. Provide a synthesis of such facts, relate them in new ways or extract common threads from diverse data. They should aim at being memorable, potentially influencing clinical behaviours and as simple and direct as the topic permits.
All participants whose abstracts are accepted for display at the ASM must register for the conference, and are required to pay the applicable registration fee and all other expenses involved in attending the meeting.
Radiologists-in-Training Awards – Oral Presentation
The Annual Scientific Meeting Group invites residents, fellows and medical students in Canadian radiology programs or performing research projects in radiology to submit scientific abstracts for the Radiologists-in-Training Award Competition. Deadline for submissions was January 17, 2013.
Multiple research projects may be submitted, however, a maximum of only one may be presented by a given Radiologist-in-Training.
If accepted, a letter outlining the nature and extent of the supervisor’s contribution must be written by the supervisor and submitted.
All presenters whose abstracts are accepted for presentation are expected to register for the conference and are required to pay the applicable registration fee and all other expenses involved in attending the meeting.
Abstracts must specify if accepted elsewhere. It must detail date, location and event. Double check that the abstract is free of errors and misspellings.