Seventh Bergamo Open Rhinoplasty Course

ABSTRACTS & PRIZES

“ABSTRACTS CORNER PRIZE“

Deadline: January 31, 2022

Registered attendees are invited to send abstracts on the subject of open rhinoplasty.

A maximum of six abstracts will be chosen for a 4 min presentation within the “Selected Abstracts Corner” during the meeting. Each presentation will be followed by a brief discussion with moderators and audience.

The best three abstracts will be directly voted by the audience, and subsequently published, free of any charge for the authors, on Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – Global Open, the companion online journal of PRS, thanks to a direct agreement with the Editor Rod Rohrich, as well as posted on bergamoplast.com

Submitted abstracts should concern:

  • innovations and new techniques
  • selected cases of significant value

Other topics will not be considered for acceptance.

Send your work now! bergamoplast@mzcongressi.com

“LUCA ORTELLI” VIDEO AWARD

Deadline: January 31, 2022

Registered attendees are invited to present a short video (4 min. max) about a specific technique, personal technical modification or innovation in rhinoplasty.

A maximum of six short videos will be chosen for 4 min. presentations each within the “Luca Ortelli” award during the meeting. This prize is in memory of our friend and colleague Luca Ortelli and his enthusiastic life-long devotion to rhinoplasty. Each video will be followed by a brief discussion with moderators and audience.

A prize will be awarded to the best two videos as directly voted by the audience.

Send your work now! bergamoplast@mzcongressi.com

“RSE AWARD“ (Annual Meeting of the Rhinoplasty Society of Europe)

Deadline: January 31, 2022

Attendees to the Annual Meeting of the Rhinoplasty Society of Europe are invited to submit an abstract for the “Basic Science Papers” and “Clinical Papers” Sessions. Candidates have to be registered for the Meeting as well as be RSE members.

Basic Science papers should concern both lab-based and clinical research topics. Clinical papers should concern personal innovations, new techniques, and selected personal case-series of significant value (thus, items which have not been exposed to formal research analysis) . Other topics will not be considered for acceptance.

Each presentation cannot exceed 6 minutes duration and has to be in video format or include a significant portion of videoclips.

A specific jury composed of the RSE Education Committee and President will evaluate submitted papers for acceptance.  The best presentation will be directly voted onsite by the jury and will be awarded the specific prize of 2000 euros. Its abstract will subsequently be published on the RSE website.

Send your work now! bergamoplast@mzcongressi.com