Abstract Submissions

Abstracts for ObesityWeek 2022 in San Diego, CA

The Call for Brief Ideas will be open in November-December 2021. These ideas are for the invited portion of the conference program.

The Call for Abstracts will be open March 14 – April 18, 2022.

The Late-Breaking Call for Abstracts will be open July 5-18, 2022.

2021 Call for Late-Breaking Abstracts

The TOS Call for Late-Breaking Abstracts opened on July 6, 2021 and closed on July 26, 2021. Decisions will arrive by email in mid-September from annualmeeting@obesity.org. Accepted abstracts will be presented virtually the week of November 1-5, 2021. Please plan to accommodate possible presentation times Monday through Friday. The cost to submit a late-breaking abstract is $130.

2021 Call for Abstracts

The TOS Call for Abstracts opened March 15, 2021 and was scheduled to close on April 19, 2021. The deadline was extended through Monday, April 26, 2021. Decisions will arrive by email in mid-July from annualmeeting@obesity.org. Accepted abstracts will be presented virtually the week of November 1-5, 2021. Please plan to accommodate possible presentation times Monday through Friday. The cost to submit an abstract is $65.

2021 Call for Brief Ideas

The TOS Call for Brief Ideas closed December 15, 2020.

TOS’s Program Committee solicits topic and speaker suggestions from TOS members and others interested in proposing ideas for ObesityWeek® 2021. These ideas are considered alongside feedback from the 2020 attendee exit survey, feedback collected in the CME evaluations, diversity and inclusion standards, whether the topic has been addressed similarly at recent ObesityWeeks, ACCME standards, and the professional expertise of committee members. Session ideas are often pulled together from a variety of sources. We cannot guarantee the inclusion of any specific submitted idea in the program. The character limit for ideas is 2000.

Employees of ACCME-defined commercial interests are prohibited from influencing CME content and therefore ineligible to submit Brief Ideas. They are encouraged to use the Corporate Sponsored Symposium process instead. Contact Ryan.Cliche@BlackwoodCME.com for information.

Contact

All Abstract Questions: annualmeeting@obesity.org