Abstract submission for ECR 2020 is closed.
Submitted abstracts as well a the acceptance or rejection status can be accessed via myesr.org/abstractsubmission
Special fees* are available for presenters of
Presenters who were ESR members in good standing by August 31, 2019 will be able to register for a special fee of 300€.
Presenters who are not members of the society, or have arranged membership after August 31, 2019, will be entitled to register for the Early Fee.
The Early Fee is available for submitters willing to speak at ECR but whose abstracts have not been selected for oral presentation:
These offers will only be available if registration is finalised by December 12, 2019. It only applies to the presenting author (no first or other authors) and is not transferable.
Please make sure to use the account with the same Personal ID for registration that you used for the submission of your abstracts.
Please note that there will be no refund for fees already paid.
* Special fee qualifications
ECR 2020 accepted the following abstract types for submission. Final presentation formats and session allocations will be decided by the Programme Planning Committee and communicated during acceptance notification.
Formerly known as “Scientific Papers”, these abstracts will be considered for Research Presentation sessions (previously called “Scientific Sessions”), Clinical Trials in Radiology sessions, and My Thesis in 3 Minutes sessions.
These abstracts will be considered for presentation as electronic posters in EPOS. If applicable, posters will be also presented in a Voice of EPOS session.
These abstracts will be considered for presentation in a Student session.
These abstracts will be considered as electronic posters in a dedicated EuroSafe Imaging poster exhibition. If selected during abstract submission, the posters may be presented in a Voice of EPOS session.
When preparing abstracts to be submitted for ECR 2020, please make sure to use the most appropriate reporting guidelines for your work. Compliance with reporting guidelines will have a positive impact on rating scores.
More information can be found at the website of the Equator Network (Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research) at equator-network.org
It's all about science! Links to a selection of relevant reporting guidelines can be found here: