2014 ERS Abstract Submission
All submitted abstracts will receive an automatic confirmation via E-mail that contains your abstract ID number. This email will go to the first author as well as any selected "senior authors." Please do not delete this email, as it will be required for inquiries after submission.
If you do not receive this confirmation, you must assume that your abstract was not received or that an email address was entered incorrectly.
TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING YOUR ABSTRACT
Please read and understand the following bullets, as it will decrease any problems with submitting an abstract.
- All items marked with an asterisk (*) MUST be completed.
- All fields for Author #1 MUST be completed.
- Please double check the email address associated with Author #1, as this is the address that will be used for ALL correspondence. You may also select more than one "senior author;" all individuals checked will receive a confirmation of submission.
- If you choose to enter any additional authors, ALL FIELDS MUST BE COMPLETED FOR EACH ADDITIONAL AUTHOR.
- You may cut and paste your abstract into the abstract field. If the abstract is >250 words, it will produce an error.
- If you receive an error during submission, please READ THE ERROR MESSAGE COMPLETELY before taking action. In many cases, your previous entries will be completely preserved if you read the instructions carefully and hit the browser's back arrow to go back and correct any error.
- Use the "Category" pull-down menu and select either "ERS: Oral" or "ERS: Featured Talk." Do not select any other category.
- In the comments section, you are asked to provide a brief narrative describing your involvement with and contributions to the ARS, and how this opportunity can help your career. This is REQUIRED. If you do not complete this section, your abstract will be declined.
- You may skip the CME Disclosure section.
- The program committee will review your abstract and inform you after the deadline.
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