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NATCO 42nd Annual Meeting

August 2-5, 2017
St. Louis Union Station Hotel

 

Call for Abstracts
NATCO 42nd Annual Meeting  -  August 2-5, 2017  -   St Louis, MO

The abstract online submission form can be found at
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/natco42Abstract

Author guidelines for scientific abstract submission:

  • Only previously unpublished original work will be considered.
  • Abstracts report the investigation and results of completed research.
  • Abstract format:
    • Authors must be clearly identified.
    • The first author should be the person presenting the paper.
    • The full first and last names of all authors and the credentials of each should be noted.
    • Use standard abbreviations. Place special or unusual abbreviations in parentheses after the full word the first time they appear.
    • Use numerals to indicate numbers except to begin a sentence.
    • Organize the body of the abstract into four distinct sections:
      • PURPOSE: State the problem to be discussed. Indicate whether this study met the criteria for your institution's human subject's protection. Abstracts will not be accepted without a statement regarding this within the abstract.
      • METHODS: Briefly describe the manner in which the study or problem was investigated.
      • RESULTS: Briefly describe findings.
      • CONSLUSION: State conclusion or solutions to problems. Evaluate the relevance of this study to other persons involved in recovery, transplantation, or hospital development.
  • The abstract should not exceed 350 words.
  • DO NOT USE the names of transplant centers, OPOs or service areas in the body of your abstract.
  • Evaluation of your abstract will be based on content and compliance with the suggested format.
  • Abstracts must be received by December 5, 2016.
  • See Abstract Prototype
  • It is highly recommended that authors chosen to present submit a full manuscript to NATCO's journal, Progress in Transplantation.

 

 

Call for Case Studies
NATCO 42nd Annual Meeting  -  August 2-5, 2017  -   St Louis, MO

The case study online submission form can be found at
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/natco42casestudies

Author guidelines for case study submission:

  • Only previously unpublished original work will be considered.
  • Case studies describe a particular problem or case and your strategies to overcome the problem.
  • Case Study format:
    • Authors must be clearly identified.
    • The first author should be the person presenting the paper.
    • The full first and last names of all authors and the credentials of each should be noted.
    • Use standard abbreviations. Place special or unusual abbreviations in parentheses after the full word the first time they appear.
    • Use numerals to indicate numbers except to begin a sentence.
    • Organize the body of the case study into three distinct sections:
      • PATIENT/CASE PROFILE: Pertinent demographics; a brief history of the current transplant, organ/tissue recovery or hospital development situation or problem. Describe the case for clarity. DO NOT disclose confidential information, unless permission has been given to do so. Please indicate whether permission to publish has been obtained.
        • Case studies will not be accepted without permission to publish documentation.
      • DISCUSSION: A concise description of how the situation or problem was addressed; a concise presentation of transplant, donor or strategic management of the case that describes the flow of events.
      • SUMMARY: Outcome of the situation (positive and negative); application of knowledge gained from the problem or situation.
  • The Case Study should not exceed 350 words.
  • DO NOT USE the names of transplant centers, OPOs or service areas in the body of your abstract.
  • Evaluation of your abstract will be based on content and compliance with the suggested format.
  • Case Studies must be received by December 5, 2016.
  • See the Case Study Prototype   
  • It is highly recommended that authors chosen to present submit a full manuscript to NATCO's journal, Progress in Transplantation.

 

 

 

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