Abstract Information

Before you begin...

Please make sure that you have the following information before beginning the abstract submission process.
  • Contact information for the person submitting the abstract: First and Last Names, Institution, Telephone and Email
  • Information for the presenting author: First and Last Names, Institution(s)/Affiliation(s), Position at Institution(s), Credentials Held, Telephone and Email
  • Accurate author list/order: First and Last Names, and Name of Institution(s)
  • Abstract conforming to the appropriate format (Research or Practice Innovation/Initiative) and limits: Max. 3000 characters (approx. 300 words)
  • All correspondence will be addressed to the person submitting the abstract.
  • No changes will be permitted to your abstract after submission.
  • You may email rti3@utoronto.ca for any concerns regarding your submission.
  • Confirmation of submission will be sent within 5 business days.
  • Notification of acceptance will be sent by e-mail in late November 2017.
  • DEADLINE TO SUBMIT: October 10, 2017 by midnight (For students only: November 30, 2017)

* Enter the abstract title as it should appear in the printed materials.
Use title case (e.g. Real-Time Interactive Treatment Planning for Head and Neck VMAT)

* Select the category that best fits the abstract content:

* Select the abstract type.
The format chosen will reflect which headings are used in the published conference proceedings.

* Is the abstract a result of an undergraduate student research project?
Undergraduate student abstracts are reviewed separately, and those accepted will be highlighted in a special oral or poster session at the conference, which the student will be required to attend.
Students currently conducting clinical research and who may not have study data collected at this time are permitted to leave the Results and Conclusion sections blank. There will be an opportunity before accepted abstracts are published for submitting amendments, including missing subheading details. This only applies to student abstracts.

Enter the corresponding abstract text into each section.
The maximum characters without spaces is 3000 (approximately 300 words) for all sections combined. Tables and figures are not permitted. Do not reference any names, published studies or institutions (e.g. simply write “our institution” if needed.)

* Purpose or Aim

* Methods or Process

* Results or Benefits / Challenges

* Conclusion or Impact / Outcomes

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