North American Rhinology & Allergy Conference

Abstract Submission

Abstract Submissions


Abstracts for the North American Rhinology
& Allergy Conference 
February 9-11, 2017

Abstracts due by Jan 1, 2017

The NARAConference will include poster presentations by otolaryngologists, allergists and fellows-in-training.  The conference will also feature a scientific program with interactive, problem-based learning and didactic lectures.

We encourage you to participate by submitting your clinical research findings for consideration by our Poster Review Committee.

In preparing your abstract organize it into: a statement of purpose; statement of methods; and summary of results in sufficient detail to support the conclusion reached.

Submit all printed abstracts to:

Abstract Fees for Poster Session

Fee  amount

Cost to non-commercial abstracts
Publish non-commercial abstracts


Submission fee (required**) commercially funded abstracts


This fee applies for all commercially funded abstracts. 

Publication  fee (optional)

Select this fee only if you are requesting publication of abstract in the Journal, American Journal of Rhinology & Allergy


This fee applies for all commercially funded abstracts. 

~Submission form~

Authors have the option for their abstracts to be published in an upcoming issue of the journal, American Journal of Rhinology & Allergy. A separate abstract publication order form is available above, which should be completed, and faxed (401) 331-0223, or emailed to the Editorial office, attention: , at the time of submission. Of note, because of possible copyright infringements, abstracts which have been submitted for publication elsewhere will not be published in AJRA   

Abstract Submission Instructions

Poster size for display: 4 feet high by 6 feet long 

1. The abstract must adequately describe the objectives, methods, results and conclusions so that the Abstract Committee may evaluate the quality of the work and proposed presentation.

2. The abstract title should fully reflect the content of the abstract body.

3. A structured abstract format is preferable; that is, all abstracts should contain these sections: Introduction (background information and purpose of the project/study), Methods (study design, techniques), Results (summary of data), and Conclusions

4. The authors must accept sole responsibility for the statements in their submitted abstract.

5. Illustrations and tables are not permitted.

6. Supplementary data are not accepted under any circumstances.

7. Abbreviations may be used in the abstract if such abbreviations are defined at their first mention.

8. The abstract length is limited to 250 words.

9. Abstracts are submitted for poster presentation. Oral presentations are not available.

10. Authors are encouraged, but not required to submit for peer review and publication, any subsequent full length manuscripts which derive from the submitted abstract.

11. A maximum of 5 authors may be specified in the abstract submission process; however, any subsequent full length manuscripts may have more than 5 authors. Corresponding authors for accepted abstracts may request the addition of additional authors to their abstracts by submitting a request to the Managing Editor, Susan Colucci, at

12. Each abstract submission must specify a corresponding author, to whom all correspondence about the abstract will be directed.

13. All abstracts will be assigned an identification number which should be used for all communications about an abstract.

14. The presenter of each accepted abstract must register for the scientific meeting in the standard fashion see

15. Where ever possible, noncommercial (generic) names must be used in all abstracts and posters.

The Editorial staff may request a revised submission of the abstract to enforce compliance with this ACCME requirement.

16. All authors must agree to disclose all non-FDA approved use of FDA approved drugs during the abstract submission process as well as in the actual presentation (oral or poster).


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