Rules for Presenters

Rules for Presenters at EADV Academic Meetings

Patient Privacy /Clinical Photography

PHOTOGRAPHS should at all times protect the privacy and identity of the subject. Eyes should be blacked out. The source of the photographs must also be declared if not the property of the presenter. This is to prevent the use of photographic material without permission.

Conflict of Interest

A signed Declaration of Conflict of Interest form is required from all oral presenters at EADV academic meetings. It should include:

  1. Paid work by commercial organisations either directly or indirectly through an intermediary.
  2. Receipt / ownership of shares in commercial companies.
  3. Reimbursement of travelling, accommodation and hospitality expenses from commercial organisations.

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During the submission process, abstract submitters will be required to answer 3 similar questions that will be considered and utilised as a declaration of conflict of interest.

Copyright and Publication of Abstracts

Submission of an abstract implies that it has been approved by all listed authors.

The Scientific Programming Committee reserves the right to make the final decision concerning the form of presentation. Abstract authors submitting their work for oral presentation, but failing the selection for a Free Communications session, will have the possibility to produce an e-Poster.

Accepted abstracts will be published on the official abstract CD ROM, which will be distributed during the Congress. The abstracts will also be published in the official EADV Congress mobile app and in the restricted member-only area of the EADV website. Submission of an abstract constitutes your consent to publication (e.g. Congress website, programmes, other promotional material, etc…)

Abstracts will be published as submitted. Errors will not be amended by the organisers. After the deadline date of 17 June 2015, it will no longer be possible to change or update the abstracts or authors (as of 12 April 2015, it will no longer be possible to modify the text of the abstract body).


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