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WDS Fall Meeting
Call for abstracts


Abstract Submission due by September 15, 2022
Abstract Poster due by November 1, 2022

The Wisconsin Dermatological Society (WDS) 2022 Fall Meeting will be held Friday, November 11 at the Holiday Inn in Stevens Point. We are planning to have abstract poster presentations by residents, fellows, medical students and practicing physicians. Please feel free to share this information with anyone who may be interested.

Authors should fully complete the form below to submit their abstract for consideration at the WDS 2022 Fall Meeting. Should you want to complete this form by paper, please contact the WDS Office at info@widermsociety.org.

Abstracts must be submitted by Thursday, September 15, 2022. Authors of accepted abstract will be notified early October.

Returning this year! Cash prizes will be award in the amounts of $200 for 1st place, $100 for 2nd place and $50 for 3rd place. Judging will take place at the Fall Meeting.

Abstract Submission Guidelines

  • Abstracts are reviewed according to the following criteria: 1) quality, 2) design and innovation, 3) analysis of study data or cases and applicability to clinical medicine, 4) conciseness and 5) presentation quality/appeal
  • Senior author must be a WDS member or have applied for membership
  • Only ONE abstract per first author may be submitted
  • All abstracts must be onsite and displayed at the meeting on Fri., Nov. 11th no later than 10am
  • Abstract posters must be approximately 40” tall x 60” wide, push pins to fasten are provided
  • Abstract authors will be required to stand by their posters during breaks and lunch
  • Authors will be notified of review decision via email in early October

Abstracts fall into one of two categories: Case Report/Case Series or Clinical/Epidemiologic Study. See below for more information.

Case Report / Case Series

Case reports / case series should avoid long prose and paragraphs and have succinct introductions, bullet points whenever possible.

    • Title: Should clearly state the main point of the subject matter.
    • Intro/Background: Should be brief. Utilize bulleted items of significance to the dermatologist.
    • Case: Confirm that clinical and histopath photographs support the diagnosis. Consider using table or chart to summarize important lab data.
    • Discussion: Brief discussion, learning objectives should be clear. Label/identify 1-3 learning objectives for the reader.

Clinical/Epidemiologic Study

Clinical/epidemiologic studies should focus on the relevance to the average dermatologist.

    • Title: Should clearly state the main point or finding of the poster.
    • Intro/Background: Do not dwell on information already known by most clinicians or readily found in textbooks, focus on novelty and impact of your work, succinctly frame the clinical problem and why the study was performed (context of the study).
    • Methods: Outline methods succinctly, confirm appropriate inclusion/exclusion criteria are listed.
    • Results: Appropriately title the figures/graphs/tables/charts/photos. The legend should be informative but not elaborative.
    • Conclusions: Succinct and clear, don’t oversell the data or statistics, only make conclusion from your own data. Acknowledge limitations.
    • Discussion: The summary should focus on what the study adds to existing knowledge and the impact on practice.

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