Abstract FAQ 2022
Q: Which meetings does ECCO consider as an "international meeting"?
A: Please be informed that an "international meeting" is considered by ECCO as a meeting with an international audience (e.g.: UEGW, DDW, ECCO Congress), whereas a national meeting is a meeting with local audience.
Q: Does ECCO allow encores? If yes, what is your encore policy?
A: ECCO does not allow encore abstracts or abstracts that have been previously presented at an international meeting.
Q: Can one abstract be submitted for multiple topics?
A: When submitting an abstract, it is only possible to choose one topic. Therefore, please decide upon the topic that fits best.
Q: Are references allowed?
A: References are allowed, however, please note that the body of the abstract should not exceed a maximum of 2.750 characters.
Q: Is there a limit as to how many abstracts an author can present?
A: No, there is no limit on the submission number per author.
Q: Is there an author limit per abstract?
Q: Does the submitting author also have to be the presenting author?
A: The submitting author does not need to be the presenting author.
Q: When are dispositions expected to be released?
A: We aim to notify all submitting and presenting authors by December 23, 2021 about the result of their submission. All accepted abstracts will be published on our website Mid-January 2022.
Q: Can the presenting author be changed after the abstract submission deadline?
Q: Is there a Powerpoint template?
A: Yes, in case you would like to use it, please download it here.
Q: Are quick response (QR) codes allowed for placement on the congress posters?
A: QR codes are permitted, given that these link solely to electronic versions of the respective abstract.
Q: Do you have an ECCO logo that can be used on a poster presentation?
A: A special logo has been designed for this purpose - please follow the link in the abstract acceptance notification or download it here.