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August 11-14, 2022
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The Program Committee of the Tennessee Chapter, American College of Surgeons (TNACS) is accepting abstracts for consideration for the resident paper competitions being held during the 2022 TNACS Annual Meeting, August 12-14, The Renaissance Hotel, Nashville, TN.
Don't miss this opportunity to share your work, participate in a great program, and network with other residents and practicing surgeons from across the State.
The deadline is Monday, May 16, 2022 11:59 pm Central Time.
You will be notified by email if your abstract is selected for inclusion in the resident paper competition by May 31.
All residents and research trainees enrolled in general surgery or surgical specialty residency training or fellows-in-training programs in Tennessee.
Medical students enrolled in a medical school in Tennessee – with an interest in surgery.
The entry should represent original work done by the authors.
Submission of an abstract constitutes a commitment by the submitting author to be present on August 12-14, 2022, in Nashville, TN if his/her abstract is accepted.
Abstract submissions for all paper competitions must include the written abstract using the online submission form and a 3 to 5 minute video (MP4) presentation as if you were presenting a poster of your work. The deadline is May 16.
Abstracts must have the following features:
Abstracts: Background, Objective, Methods, Results, and Conclusion
Case Reports: Introduction/Objective, Case Presentation, Discussion and Conclusion
All submitted video presentations will be posted as Poster Presentations on the TNACS Surgical Education on-demand web page, which is open to all dues-paying members.
The Program Committee will review the submitted abstract presentations and select the top 6 in each category to be podium presentations during the TNACS 2022 Annual Meeting.
The podium presentations (8-10 minutes in length) will be judged by randomly selected members of the audience; monetary awards will be given to first and second place winners in each category.
Don’t miss this opportunity to share your work, participate in a great program, and add this presentation to your CV.
Timothy Fabian Trauma Paper Competition – Only submissions directly related to trauma surgery will be considered. Submissions related to acute care surgery and/or emergency general surgery should be submitted in the Leonard Hines / Calvin Morgan Basic Science / Clinical Science Paper Competition. Only resident and fellows-in-training submissions are eligible to advance to the COT Region IV competition.
Phillip Burns Cancer Paper Competition – The topic must be specific to oncology. Submissions not selected for podium presentation will receive an invitation to display a poster presentation at the Tennessee Chapter Annual Meeting, August 12-14, 2022, in Nashville, TN.
Leonard Hines/Calvin Morgan Basic Science/Clinical Science Paper Competition – The topics may include general or specialty surgery. Submissions not selected for podium presentation will receive an invitation to display a poster presentation at the Tennessee Chapter Annual Meeting, August 12-14, 2022, in Nashville, TN.
Disparities in Surgical Care and Training – New this year! The TN Chapter, ACS has established a new resident paper competition designed to encourage and share research relative to disparities in surgical care and surgical training.