Host Society
Japanese Ophthalmological Society
Host Organization
Department of Ophthalmology,
Kansai Medical University
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Notification of abstract acceptance

Abstract Acceptance

Due to the spread of COVID-19, the 125th JOS meeting will be held hybrid of on-site meeting and on-demand videos distribution.

On-site meeting: Thursday, April 8 - Sunday, April 11, 2021
On-demand: Monday, April 26 - Monday, May 10, 2021

Papers

Allotted time for presentation: 8 minutes for presentation and 4 minutes for discussion.

All speakers are requested to prepare and submit a PowerPoint with audio narration.
Submission period: From Thursday, March 18 to Wednesday, March 31 (scheduled)

Conflict of Interest (COI)

All speakers must disclose the presence or absence of COI with companies related to themselves. If the speakers have any COI to disclose, the category and* company names should be described after the
speakers' names in the second slide or at the end of the poster, as shown in the example below. If all speakers do not have any COI to disclose, there should be a statement of Absence of conflict of interest, to the effect.

In the case of "Category P" (the speaker has obtained Patent or has been applying for Patent), the company name need not to be described.
These rules are applicable to all presentations including those in Co-Sponsored Seminars.
Example:
●[Conflict of Interest:correspondence] Present
●Taro Nichigan ([F]××Pharmaceutical, [I]××Technologies)
●Hanako Nichigan ([P])
On October 21st, 2015, the rules on disclosures related to the COI status in the Japanese Ophthalmological Society (JOS) has been revised. In these new rules, all speakers must disclose above COI status within the last three years, no matter whether itハシs concerned with or without the content of their presentations. COI sample

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