submission is open online until July 31, 2019 (extended to August 31, 2019) at http://www.aoscambodia2019.org
- All abstracts
must be submitted in English exclusively via the online abstract
submission system. Submissions by post, email, fax or any other means will
NOT be accepted.
- AUTHORS – FIRST
(PRESENTING) AUTHOR – The first author will be the presenting
author. The first (presenting) author is expected to register and pay the
full registration fee, attend the Congress and make the presentation.
- Please provide
an accurate email address for the first (presenting) author. Abstract
submission results and abstract-related correspondence will be sent by
email to the first author.
- CO-AUTHOR(S) – A maximum of FIVE co-authors are allowed
for each abstract. Type in the names and affiliations as you would like
them to appear in any publication. Please give the names in full for each
of the co-authors. Initials are only accepted for middle names if any.
- The ABSTRACT
TITLE must be concise. Avoid using abbreviations in the title.
content (excluding title, authors, highest degrees and institutions)
should include the following headings: TITLE, PURPOSE, METHODS, and
CONCLUSIONS. The abstract must not exceed 250 words. Do not include
graphs, tables, images or references in the abstract. Do not mention in
the abstract the names of any affiliated institutes, academic
institutions, hospitals, eye centers, etc. or names of any individuals
involved in the study. Otherwise, the abstract will be rejected outright.
- Define each
abbreviation the first time it is used in the abstract by placing what it
stands for in parentheses.
- It is the
author’s responsibility to submit an abstract with correct spelling and
grammar. The Selection Committee, however, reserves the right to edit the
abstract if it has significant spelling and grammatical mistakes.
- The Selection
Committee strongly recommends that authors submit their abstracts as early
as possible in order to avoid a last-minute rush and system congestion.
When the abstract is submitted, it can still be revised until July 31, 2019 (extended to August 31, 2019).
submissions will NOT be considered.
abstracts will be peer-reviewed by the Selection Committee. The review
process is confidential and the decision is final.
- Authors will be
notified of the abstract selection results no later than September 18, 2019.
- The accepted abstract authors need to register to be a presenter.
- Authors may be
given the option to change the format of their presentation as a condition
ASEAN Ophthalmology Society holds the copyright to all the
materials presented at the Congress and may reproduce the materials in any
form for distribution.
- A course
outline in less than 100 words should be submitted.
- There should be
no more than five instructors per instruction course.
- AUTHORS – FIRST
AUTHOR – The first author will be the chief instructor.
The first author should submit a brief biography of himself/herself,
stating his/her expertise in less than 300 words.
- Please provide
an accurate email address for the first author. Abstract submission
results and abstract-related correspondence will be sent by email to the
- CO-AUTHOR(S) – A maximum of FOUR co-instructors are
allowed for each abstract. Type in the names and affiliations as you would
like them to appear in any publication. Please give the names in full for
each of the co-instructors. Initials are only accepted for middle names if
- Both the chief
instructor and the co-instructors are expected to register and pay the
full registration fee, attend the Congress and make the presentations. The
chief instructor MUST obtain the co-instructors’ consent before submitting
- Upon successful
submission, the chief instructor cannot be changed unless there are
extenuating circumstances. Requests must be made in writing by the chief
instructor to the Secretariat Office addressing the Scientific Program
Committee Chair at least 1 month before the Congress. Permission will be
granted at the sole discretion of the Scientific Program Committee Chair.
courses on clinical sciences should present current and reasonably
established information. Controversies and unestablished concepts should
be submitted as free paper or poster presentations.