Abstract submission for the IARS, AUA and SOCCA 2021 Annual Meetings closed on January 17, 2021. Notifications on abstract status will be sent by March 31, 2021.

The IARS late-breaking abstract submission closed on March 7, 2021. Late-breaking abstract notifications will be sent via email in April 2021.




The online abstract submission form will request for the following information:
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*Title / References
Title: Must clearly reflect the abstract content and include any animals used.

References: List references in the order in which they appear in the abstract. Cite only the name of the publication, volume, page number, and year.

Add the Presenting Author, co-Authors(s) and Institution(s). The Author and Institution listing will appear in the Meeting App and Program materials as submitted.


Describe the purpose of the study.

Provide clear statements in the following areas: Research design; research setting; number of patients enrolled in the study and how they were selected; a description of the intervention (if appropriate); and a listing of the outcome variables and how they were measured. Describe the statistical methods used for analysis.

Describe the subjects that were included and excluded from the study. List the frequencies of the most important outcome variables. If possible, present comparisons of the outcome variables between various subgroups within the study (e.g., treated vs. untreated, male vs. female).

Summarize the conclusions supported by the data presented in the abstract and further implications of the study.
  • *Stage of research:
    Indicate your stage of research (select 1).
    • Clinical Study
    • Preclinical Study
  • *Area of focus for research:
    Select the area of focus for your research (select 1).
    • Basic Science Research
    • Clinical Research

*Subspecialty Category

Airway Management
Ambulatory Anesthesia
Anesthetic Pharmacology
Blood Management
Cardiovascular Anesthesiology
Critical Care
Economics, Education and Policy
Geriatric Anesthesia
Global Health
Neuroscience in Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine
Obstetric Anesthesiology
Pain Mechanisms
Pain Medicine
Patient Safety
Pediatric Anesthesiology
Perioperative Anesthesia
Regional Anesthesia
Sleep Medicine
Technology, Computing and Simulation, Equipment Monitoring

*Additional Information

  • *Presenting Author Level of Training (Select one)
    • In-Training
    • 1-6 Years after Training
    • 7-10 Years after Training
    • 11 or More Years after Training
  • Images/Charts:
    There is a limit of five (5) images or charts per abstract. The images / charts are not included in the total character count. You may only upload files that are 200 MB or less and in one of the following file formats: jpg, gif, pdf, doc, or docx.
  • The Late-Breaking Abstract submission site does not accept Medically Challenging Case submissions.
  • Revisions are not allowed after the deadline. The abstract will be listed in all program materials as submitted.
  • There are no restrictions on the number of submissions per submitter.
  • The abstract text must be in English.
  • The Introduction, Methods, Results and Conclusions sections cannot exceed 4500 characters (including spaces) total. Each section cannot exceed 2500 characters (including spaces).
  • Brand Names are prohibited. Please use the generic name.
  • Abstract reviews are blinded. Do not include the institution in the abstract body or title.
  • Research presented at the IARS 2021 Annual Meeting should not be published in an indexed journal prior to the IARS 2021 Annual Meeting.

Human Subjects

Animal Subjects

  • Research performed in vertebrate animals must explicitly state that the study was approved by the authors’ IRB for animal research (e.g., the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee).
  • Please review the US Public Health Service Policy on Humane Care and Use of Laboratory Animals: https://olaw.nih.gov/policies-laws/phs-policy.htm.
  • Originality and Scientific Merit: Were novel concepts or approaches used? Does the abstract challenge existing paradigms or develop new methodologies or technologies? Does the abstract address an important problem? Was scientific knowledge advanced?
  • Quality and Integrity of Research Design and Data Analysis: Is the study design clearly described? Are issues of reliability and validity of the measures addressed? Are the statistical analyses appropriate?
  • Conclusions: Are conclusions clearly stated? How well are the conclusions justified by the data?
  • Technical Writing: Is the abstract clearly written and well-organized, or is the abstract difficult to follow and unfocused? Are there virtually no spelling, punctuation, or grammatical errors, or do the errors pose a distraction to the content provided in the abstract submission?