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Submit Your Science

Every year, the Houston Shock Symposium attracts leading experts in shock from across the globe, making it the perfect stage to unveil important scientific research results, late-breaking clinical trials, and fascinating cases.

We encourage healthcare professionals, residents and fellows, researchers, and experts worldwide to contribute their scientific findings, enabling a comprehensive exchange of knowledge.

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Key Dates and Deadlines

Abstracts and Case Presentation Submissions

Wednesday, January 31, 2024 by 11:59 p.m. CST

Poster Session Submissions

Wednesday, January 31, 2024 by 11:59 p.m. CST

Abstracts and Case Presentation Submissions

Be a part of the largest and most comprehensive event in shock. The Houston Shock Symposium seeks compelling abstracts and case presentations that highlight innovative strategies, best practices, and actionable insights that will enhance the conference experience for attendees. Sharing your knowledge as a case presenter is valuable to the entire shock community and serves as a significant career opportunity to gain recognition in the field.

Submit your abstract or case submissions to present at the 2024 Houston Shock Symposium by 11:59 p.m. CST on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2024.

 

Presenting at the Houston Shock Symposium provides an opportunity to:

 

  • Gain recognition, enhance your professional credibility, and build the future of shock care and management.

  • Network on-site with fellow care providers and build lasting connections.

  • Selected abstracts and cases will be published in the proceeding issue of the Journal of Shock and Hemodynamics.
     

 
Submit your Science

 

Steps to submit

  1. The abstract or case presentation must be presented in the following sequence, using the headings listed (maximum of 500 words in a Microsoft Word document OR a maximum of ten PowerPoint slides):

    1. Session title: Select a title that encapsulates your research in 20 words or less.

    2. Background: In an initial paragraph, provide relevant information regarding the background and purpose of the study, preferably in no more than one or two sentences.

    3. Methods: Briefly state the methods used.

    4. Outcomes: Summarize the results in sufficient detail to support the conclusions.

    5. Conclusion: State the conclusions reached. It is not satisfactory to state “the results will be discussed.”

  2. Thoroughly review all information for accuracy. 

  3. Please indicate with your submission if you are open to present as an oral and/or poster presenter. Submit your abstract to marwan@houstonshock.org.

 

*Selected abstracts will receive a notification of acceptance no later than Friday, Feb. 16, 2024.

Abstract submission limit

  • Maximum of two abstract or case presentation submissions per presenter. However, each abstract/case presentation must represent a distinct project.

  • Each submission can have a maximum of one (1) presenter.

  • All abstract submissions must have a maximum of 500 words in a Microsoft Word document OR a maximum of ten PowerPoint slides.

 

Presentation selection criteria

Each submission is peer reviewed and evaluated by the Houston Shock Symposium committee. Committee members seek presentations that address critical issues, innovative methods, emerging industry trends, and provide practical solutions in shock.

Questions? Contact us at info@houstonshock.org.

Poster Presentation Submissions

Presenting a poster at the Houston Shock Symposium is an excellent opportunity to highlight the work you and your organization are doing to improve the care and management of shock for all attendees. 

Selected presenters will have their posters displayed throughout the three-day event, with a dedicated poster viewing session to facilitate discussions and valuable networking opportunities. 

Submit your poster abstract to present at the 2024 Houston Shock Symposium by 11:59 p.m. CST on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2024.

 
Submit your Science

 

Steps to submit

  1. The abstract must be presented in the following sequence, using the headings listed (maximum of 500 words in a Microsoft Word document OR a maximum of ten PowerPoint slides):

    1. Session title: Select a title that encapsulates your research in 20 words or less.

    2. Background: In an initial paragraph, provide relevant information regarding the background and purpose of the study, preferably in no more than one or two sentences.

    3. Methods: Briefly state the methods used.

    4. Outcomes: Summarize the results in sufficient detail to support the conclusions.

    5. Conclusion: State the conclusions reached. It is not satisfactory to state “the results will be discussed.”

  2. Thoroughly review all information for accuracy and submit your abstract to marwan@houstonshock.org.

 

*Selected poster abstracts will receive a notification of acceptance no later than Friday, Feb. 16, 2024.

Abstract submission limit

  • Maximum of two abstract submissions per presenter. However, each abstract must represent a distinct project.

  • Each submission can have a maximum of two (2) presenters.

  • All abstract submissions must have a maximum of 500 words in a Microsoft Word document OR a maximum of ten PowerPoint slides.

 

Presentation selection criteria

Each submission is peer reviewed and evaluated by the Houston Shock Symposium committee. Committee members seek presentations that address critical issues, innovative methods, emerging industry trends, and provide practical solutions in shock. 

Questions? Contact us at info@houstonshock.org.

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