Directives et format

*** Puisque le Congrès scientifique annuel de la CAR se déroule principalement en anglais, les informations et les directives suivantes vous sont présentées en anglais. Toutefois, si vous souhaitez recevoir une clarification, n'hésitez pas à communiquer avec la coordonnatrice des concours.***

All abstracts must be submitted in English. The proper forms located on the online portal must be completed in order for the CAR to accept the submissions.

If an abstract is accepted elsewhere for presentation, it must indicate the date, location and for which event.

All abstracts must have a maximum of 250 words and be text-based (In addition to one table, charts or graph in JPEG or PDF format).

The only exception is for the Educational Exhibit abstracts, where authors have up to an additional 80-word section to complete on the background of their submission.

The abstract submission must contain the following sections listed below - abstracts missing a section will not be reviewed.

Departmental Clinical Audit Project [Trainees Only]

  • Audit Title (clear title which indicates what the audit is about)
  • Authors
  • Presenter’s level of training (medical student, resident or fellow)
  • Principal Location of Audit (e.g., type of department, university-based practice, community hospital, community clinic, etc.) Note: do not indicate the name of the institution. 
  • Background and Aim of the Audit (reason why an audit was initiated) 
  • Audit Target 
  • Methods (describing what data is collected and how it is collected) 
  • Results (first cycle is mandatory in the abstract) 
  • Interventions / Action Plan /Discussion (this section is expected to be expanded in the final oral presentation) 
  • Conclusions 

Radiologists-in-Training Research Project [Trainees Only] 

  • Author(s) 
  • Presenter’s level of training (medical student, resident or fellow) 
  • Institutional Affiliation 
  • Objective 
  • Methods 
  • Results / Discussion (the discussion is expected to be expanded in the final oral presentation) 
  • Conclusion
  • *Authors who submit an abstract for the Radiologists-in-Training Research Project are asked if they would like their abstract to be evaluated for the Scientific Research Project category should it not be accepted in the Radiologists-in-Training category. 

Educational Exhibit [Open to all] 

  • Author(s) 
  • Level of training (radiologist, resident, fellow and other medical professionals) 
  • Institutional Affiliation 
  • Learning Objectives (minimum of 3) 
  • Background (minimum of 50 and maximum of 80 words) 
  • Conclusion (how does this relate to or affect radiology practice?) 

Scientific Research Project [Open to all] 

  • Author(s)
  • Level of training (radiologist, resident, fellow and other medical professionals) 
  • Institutional Affiliation
  • Objective 
  • Methods
  • Results / Discussion (the discussion is expected to be expanded in the final presentation)
  • Conclusion 

Value of Radiology Project [Open to all] 

  • Author(s) 
  • Level of training (radiologist, resident, fellow and other medical professionals) 
  • Institutional Affiliation 
  • Objective 
  • Methods 
  • Results / Discussion (the discussion is expected to be expanded in the final oral presentation) 
  • Conclusion