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The call for abstract/case submissions for the ERS Respiratory Failure and Mechanical Ventilation Conference 2022 is now open.
The aim of the Respiratory Failure and Mechanical Ventilation Conference is to support the exchange of knowledge amongst the international scientific community. Writing an abstract for this conference is an important way for you to communicate your scientific research or clinical practice with your peers. Submitting a clinical case is also very valuable as an educational resource, which strongly supports our offering of case-based sessions.
You can submit your an abstract using myERS. If you do not already have an account you will be required to create one. Once signed in, you should select the “ABSTRACTS/CASES” tab and select “RFMV”.
Before you submit an abstract, please read the instructions on how to write a good abstract and the submission guidelines. Further details are available on the submission platform.
A maximum of three abstracts may be submitted by the same author.
Accepted abstracts will be published in the ERJ Open Research.
Up to three free registrations will be given to the authors of the best abstracts (based on the reviewing of experts). Please note that the author must be an ERS member and aged under 40 years old.
The RFMV Programme Committee will allocate successful abstracts to Thematic Poster sessions.
For technical questions about the online abstract submission process, please contact key4events at Technical Support.
For any other questions, please contact us.Submit an abstract now
If you submit a clinical case, your work could be selected to be presented in a case-based session at the Respiratory Failure and Mechanical Ventilation (RFMV) Conference.
Clinical cases are a detailed reports of the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of an individual patient. Clinical cases may contain a demographic profile of the patient, but usually describe an unusual or novel occurrence.
You can submit your clinical case using myERS. If you do not already have an account you will be required to create one. Once signed in, you should select the “ABSTRACTS/CASES” tab and select “RFMV”.
You may submit up to three cases covering the following topics:
When preparing your case for submission, please structure it using the following sections:
The RFMV Programme Committee will allocate successful clinical cases to case-based sessions.