Call for Abstracts


Please carefully review the following guidelines prior to submitting an abstract.

Preparation of abstracts :

  • Abstracts should be clear,concise,and written and presented in English. Abstracts will be published as submitted. Presenters are requested to carefully proofread their abstract.
  • The abstract body must not exceed 300 words.
  • Abstracts must include the following sections:
  • 1. Introduction and Objective
    2. Materials and Methods
    3. Results
    4. Conclusions

  • Do NOT include references, credits or grant support.


  • Use a short, specific title. The title should be entered in mixed cases.
  • Capitalize the first letter of trade names
  • Use font size 12 and font style Times New Roman
  • Author names.

Abstracts may be presented as oral or e-poster.

Abstract Topics

When uploading your abstract, please select one of the following topics:

  • Hip.
  • DDH.
  • Spine.
  • Knee.
  • Foot
  • Neuromuscolar.
  • Congenital, Syndromes, Skeletal dysplasias.
  • Trauma.
  • Upper extremity.
  • Infection.
  • Tumours.
  • Sports.
  • Miscellaneous.
  • Basic science

Please indicate the Level of Evidence in the drop-down menu indication level I –V.
The EPOS Reading Committee or the EPOS Scientific Committee may change the Level of Evidence if deemed necessary.

More information

The EPOS Annual meeting welcomes papers as Oral Presentations and E-posters. Authors may submit multiple papers as E-posters. 

There is no limitation as far as the number of submissions are concerned for all categories. However, in Oral (podium) category only two abstracts as a first author will be accepted. In case the same author is involved in additional papers, the author must appear as co-author on these papers. 

No last minute change of the presenting author will be accepted without written proof for the reason for absence. An author who have two podium abstracts accepted may not substitute an-other presenter. 

In order to present their Oral / E-Poster authors/presenters shall be regularly registered to the Congress.