Authors of successful abstracts will be notified via e-mail no later than July 1, 2017. Abstracts are presented as either oral or poster format. Accepted abstracts will be published in the Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care.
Oral presentations of accepted abstracts will be on Thursday, September 14, 2017, beginning at 8:00 a.m (non-resident SA Abstracts presented on Friday at 8:00 a.m.). Presentations will be twelve minutes in length followed by a three-minute question period.
Large Animal Resident Abstracts
LA Abstract Deadline: Extended to June 12, 2017.
If you are an approved ACVECC, ACVIM, ACVS, or ACVAA resident or ACVECC fellow or enrolled in Large Animal/Equine specific internship, please indicate so on the submission form. House officer’s abstracts will be presented in the same session and special recognition will be given to the most outstanding paper by a resident. If you completed your training program after July 1, 2017, you may present in the Residents Forum if the research was conducted while you were a resident. Indicate the termination date of your residency in your cover e-mail and provide your mentor’s name and e-mail address. Large Animal Abstract Questions? Contact: Jenifer R Gold DACVIM-LA, DACVECC; (509) 432-6764.
Small Animal Abstracts: CLOSED April 16, 2017.
ACVAA Abstracts: CLOSED April 10, 2017.
Veterinarian Case Reports: CLOSED May 15, 2017.
Technician Case Reports
Deadline for Technician Case Report submission is 11:59 p.m. (Central Time) July 1, 2017.
Unique and interesting case management scenarios are encouraged for submission. There is no limitation to the species or specific scenario, except that the emphasis should be on the emergency and critical care nursing aspect of the case. Small animal, large animal, exotic, toxicology, internal medicine, and surgery cases are welcome. Case report presentations are limited to individuals that have NO prior lecturing experience in order to make this a learning experience for those individuals that might be considering lecturing in the future. Candidates should be a credentialed veterinary technician (CVT, LVT, LVMT, or RVT) and members of VECCS. All case reports must be initially assessed by a licensed DVM, or if applicable, a board certified specialist (ACVS, ACVAA, ACVIM ACVECC…). The individual or assessor is required to initially ensure the quality of the case report being submitted. On request, candidates who are selected to present at IVECCS will be assigned an AVECCT or VECCS member to mentor and to assist in the final preparation of the case for its presentation.
Please submit a brief synopsis of the case using the following outline:
Presentation format should be similar to the synopsis submission. Presentations are limited to a total of 15 minutes each: 10-12 minutes with 3-5 minutes permitted for questions from the audience. Each presentation will be timed so that all case reports can be presented in the allotted time.
Presentations should be created using PowerPoint and brought on a USB drive. IVECCS will have the basic equipment for computer generated presentations. Please plan in advance and evaluate the equipment prior to presentation.
Each case report presentation will be evaluated by independent individuals and an award will be given for the overall best presentation. Evaluation guidelines will include the unique qualities of the case, the actual presentation quality, ability to present within the allotted time frame and response to questions from the audience. This year’s best case report will receive a $300 prize awarded during the IVECCS general session.
Please submit your case synopses by e-mail to:
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Be sure to put “case report submission” in the title.
Please include the primary author’s name, credentials, title, and contact information (phone number, e-mail address, mail address, practice)
DEADLINE for submission is July 1, 2017, however, a maximum of ten reports will be accepted. If more than ten acceptable reports are submitted, presenters will be selected based on the quality of the case, and early submission is encouraged for thorough evaluation.