Don't miss out on the opportunity to participate in the leading Congress on ultrasound in obstetrics & gynecology! The abstract submission deadline for this year's ISUOG World Congress in Budapest is rapidly approaching on Monday 18th March. Here are five important things to keep in mind as you get ready to submit your abstract.

Tips to submit a winning abstract to the ISUOG World Congress 2024 in Budapest on 15-18 September 2024:

1. Start with the problem. Open with your research objectives, these should summarise a research problem or hypothesis-driven question, as well as justify the value and significance of your research.

2. Focus on your main findings. Do not try and fit all the findings of your study into the abstract. Focus on the most important results and data, and then formulate your abstract around those. State the most significant results and link them back to your original research questions to engage the reviewers.

3. Consider your audience. Images are central to ultrasound in OBGYN and can make all the difference to your abstract so if you have a good image to demonstrate your findings, include it!

4. Be concise. Make sure to clearly and concisely summarise your findings and their implications for clinical practice. This will help reviewers to quickly understand the significance of your research to OBGYN.

5. Set aside time for review. Ask your peers, mentor or professor for guidance and feedback to improve your abstract, and be sure to leave plenty of time for this review process. Don’t leave it until the deadline day to submit!

Finally, before submitting make sure to check that you’ve followed our guidelines and instructions carefully so that your abstract is formatted and uploaded correctly.

Be proud of your work and enjoy sharing it – your contribution to the community is valued and we wish you luck with your submission.

The deadline for abstract submissions for this year’s World Congress in Budapest is March 18th, 2024.


Looking for inspiration?

Take a look at last year’s abstract award winners below:

Top abstract award: ASPRE trial: effects of aspirin on mean arterial blood pressure and uterine artery pulsatility index trajectories in pregnancy - Daniel Rolnik

Young Investigator winner (Obstetrics): Enhancing prenatal risk assessment: atypicality Index (AcFTS) as an adjunct to the combined first trimester screening in dichorionic twins - Steffen Kristensen

Young Investigator winner (Gynecology): The ADNEX model for ovarian cancer diagnosis: a systematic review and meta-analysis of external validation studies -  Lasai Barreñada