Please note all abstracts must be submitted in accordance with the guidelines below:
Abstracts submitted for an Oral or E-Poster presentation should be typed into the approved template.
The file name of the Word document should be named as the first five words of your abstract title. It should contain alpha/numeric characters only.
The abstract should be typed in Arial font, size 11pt.
The abstract text must be limited to 3000 characters (not words), not including spaces. It should include the following headings: Purpose/Background, Methods/Interventions, Results/Outcomes, Conclusions/Discussion.
Do not include author details (names and affiliations) on the abstract template. You will enter these into the online form.
You may add one figure or table to your abstract. Characters will not be deducted from the overall total character count.
Paragraphs must be separated by an empty line and must be left justified. Do not indent the first line of a paragraph.
Author Affiliations - please include the name of your organisation, the city, the state, and the country.
Abstracts that have been presented or published in the 12 months prior, at a Society Meeting, are eligible for presentation at the Tripartite 2022 Meeting.
All accepted abstract presenters agree to register for the 2022 Tripartite Colorectal Meeting and pay the corresponding registration fee.
Those who previously submitted to the Tripartite Colerectal Meeting in 2020 are welcome to re-submit abstracts if so desired.
Accuracy is the responsibility of the author - please ensure that you proof read your document carefully.
Whilst every effort will be made to ensure the reproduction of symbols, accuracy of symbols cannot be guaranteed in the reproduction.
All accepted abstracts (oral, e-poster or video presentation) can be accommodated provided the author registers in-person or online. Oral presenting authors are expected to be available online or in-person within their allocated session to answer questions.
All abstracts are subject to review by the Programme Committee and acceptance into the program is not guaranteed.