Abstracts must include sufficient information for reviewers to judge the nature and significance of the topic, the adequacy of the investigative strategy, the nature of the results, and the conclusions (if applicable). The abstract should summarize the substantive results of the work and not merely list topics to be discussed. Abstracts should be no more than 250 words. Please also fill out the information below along with submitting your abstract.

Abstract submission closes on September 18th, 2020. If you have any questions, please direct them to sentac@affinity-strategies.com

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* 1. Author 1 Contact Information

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* 6. Title of Paper

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* 8. Target Society

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Please paste your 250-word abstract below.
Abstracts should contain Background, Methods, Results, and Conclusion

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Student and Early Career Awards
Awards to the top student and early career (7 years postgraduate) abstracts will be given. The best abstracts in each discipline (Speech, Audio, GI, Pulmonary, ENT, Nursing) will receive an award. Good luck!

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* 12. Awards Confirmation

Aerodigestive Society Scientific Grant
If you are submitting original scientific work to the Aerodigestive Society for the combined SENTAC–Aerodigestive meeting, and you wish to be considered for an Aerodigestive Society Scientific Grant, please note that we are currently prioritizing the following lines of inquiry:

1. What data are meaningful in the classification, diagnosis, and management of dysphagia as it relates to aerodigestive dysfunction, including shallow laryngeal clefts?
2. How does the Aerodigestive Team model add value to patient care—as a whole, and as a sum of individual parts?
3. What is significant in the diagnosis and management of chronic laryngeal inflammation (the ‘active larynx’)?

Other engaging research that fits into the above framework may be considered. Please click here if you wish to learn more about the Aerodigestive Society Research Grant selection and award process.

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