Call for Abstracts
The Aesthetic Meeting 2023 (April 19 - April 23)
On behalf of The Aesthetic Society's Program Committee, we invite you to submit an abstract for The Aesthetic Meeting 2023 sponsored by The Aesthetic Society and the Aesthetic Surgery Education and Research Foundation, to be held at the Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, FL, April 19 - April 23.
We are planning another exciting meeting and hope to be able to include your presentation as a part of our excellent educational program.
Abstracts will be grouped by topic, to include face, breast, body contouring, rhinoplasty, and miscellaneous topics. You may submit as many abstracts as you like, however, each presenter will be limited to only one presentation per topic. Each abstract must be a completed study, following the stated outline, and as extensive as possible to permit accurate review. Incomplete abstracts cannot be evaluated and therefore, cannot be accepted.
Abstracts must be original presentations and cannot have been presented at a previous national plastic surgery meeting.
Abstracts will be presented in The Aesthetic Arena located in The Aesthetic Marketplace. No CME is provided, however abstracts will be peer reviewed and held to CME compliance standards.
Industry abstracts will be submitted separately. Please contact Erika@theaestheticsociety.org for details.
International Participants - International abstracts will be considered for the Scientific Paper Program. We encourage our international colleagues to submit abstracts and be a part of The Aesthetic Meeting 2023.
All correspondence will be conducted via e-mail. Your e-mail address is required for abstract submission. If you change your e-mail address, it is your responsibility to inform us at email@example.com.
Oral abstracts for the 2023 Scientific Papers will be presented in a 5 minute format.
The abstract must be 800 words or less, utilizing the following mandatory outline:
Thank you for your interest in The Aesthetic Meeting 2023 and your commitment to furthering education in aesthetic surgery.
Nolan Karp, MD