Abstract Submission Guideline

A-PHPBA 2021 invites all interested individuals to submit abstracts for oral, poster, and video sessions through which we can share the most up-to-date research results and review challenging and interesting cases from around the world.

  • Topics

    The authors should choose one topic only for every abstract submitted. If an abstract fits into more than one of the topics below, choose the most appropriate one.

    Liver Pancreas Biliary HPB General & Others
    Benign disease Pancreatitis Gallstone Endoscopy / Imaging
    HCC Pancreatic cancer Benign neoplasm Translational research
    Non-HCC malignancy Cystic neoplasm GB cancer Cost effectiveness / ERAS
    Transplantation PNET Bile duct cancer Others
    Surgical technique Surgical technique Surgical technique
    Others Others Others

  • Process

    1. 1

      STEP 1. Sign up

      If you are already signed-up on this website, you can use the account for your abstract submission.

    2. 2

      STEP 2. Submission and Confirmation

      After your abstract submission, a confirmation letter will be sent to you via e-mail.

    3. 3

      STEP 3. My Page

      To review or modify your submitted abstracts, visit 'My Page'.

    4. 4

      STEP 4. Acceptance Notification

      An acceptance notification will be sent to you via e-mail on Monday, 29 March 2021.

  • Guideline

    Opening of Abstract Submission Saturday, 31 October 2020
    Abstract Submission Deadline Monday, 22 February 2021
    Abstract Acceptance Notice Monday, 29 March 2021
    How to Submit Online Registration
    Submission Categories Oral, Poster, Video

  • Oral & Poster Abstract

    • Abstracts should not exceed 300 words in length, and should be typed in English.

    • No tables, graphs and images are allowed.

  • Video Abstract

    You will be required to write a brief abstract for your video. The abstract should be no more than 300 words and, while it does not need to follow a certain structure, you should include a detailed description of the intended purpose or objective of your video presentation.

    Formatting

    All Videos MUST be submitted in accordance with the guidelines below:

    • Run Time: Maximum running time is 7 minutes. Your video must be no longer than 7 minutes.
    • Quality:
      Video quality must be more than 480p, SD (Standard definition): 720x480 (square pixel ratio).
      Video submissions must be of good quality and submitted in final form.
      Videos may not include advertisement or promotion of products. Commercial support may be noted as a credit at the end of the video.