We are looking forward to receiving your abstracts!
Abstracts need to be submitted to the ESTI-Fleischner Online Submission System until Monday, January 07, 2019 (23:59 CET).
Notifications of acceptance will be sent mid of February 2019.

You may choose between the following abstract types:

> Oral Abstract
> Scientific Poster
> Educational Poster

Oral Abstract

The abstract should be separated in “Purpose/Objectives”, “Methods and Materials”, “Results” and “Conclusion”. The body limit is 400 words. Authors of accepted oral presentations will be invited for a presentation within the ESTI Scientific Sessions. Presentation time will be up to 8 minutes (depending on the final programme). The presenter of an oral presentation has to be registered for the ESTI-Fleischner Joint Meeting.
Accepted abstracts may be published in the final programme brochure, an online syllabus and/or on the ESTI website as well as in the partner journal of ESTI (Journal of Thoracic Imaging).

Scientific Poster

The abstract should be separated in “Purpose”, “Methods and Materials”, “Results”, “Conclusion” and “References”. The body limit is 400 words. Authors of accepted scientific posters will receive the login details for the EPOS Submission System in order to upload their final poster(s). The presenter of the poster has to be registered for the ESTI-Fleischner Joint Meeting.
Accepted abstracts may be published in the final programme brochure, an online syllabus and/or on the ESTI website as well as in the partner journal of ESTI (Journal of Thoracic Imaging).

Educational Poster

The abstract should be separated in “Learning Objectives”, “Background”, “Imaging findings OR Procedure details”, “Conclusion” and “References”. The body limit is 400 words. Authors of accepted educational posters will receive the login details for the EPOS Submission System in order to upload their final poster(s). The presenter of the poster has to be registered for the ESTI-Fleischner Joint Meeting.
Accepted abstracts may be published in the final programme brochure, an online syllabus and/or on the ESTI website as well as in the partner journal of ESTI (Journal of Thoracic Imaging).