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Hi everyone! For anyone who had an abstract accepted to CHEST virtual congress this year, how are you listing this in ERAS? The original email says it will be "published in a supplement to the CHEST® journal and official congress publications of the CHEST Congress 2020." but it didnt say when. Any ideas?
 

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Hi everyone! For anyone who had an abstract accepted to CHEST virtual congress this year, how are you listing this in ERAS? The original email says it will be "published in a supplement to the CHEST® journal and official congress publications of the CHEST Congress 2020." but it didnt say when. Any ideas?
You list it as a presentation (poster or platform, even if virtual). It is not a publication.

I've never submitted to CHEST, but I've submitted abstracts to other meetings (AACR, ASCO, DDW) and even in cases where the abstract was subsequently withdrawn or not presented, the abstract goes in the book.
 

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You list it as a presentation (poster or platform, even if virtual). It is not a publication.

I've never submitted to CHEST, but I've submitted abstracts to other meetings (AACR, ASCO, DDW) and even in cases where the abstract was subsequently withdrawn or not presented, the abstract goes in the book.

If you had the same abstract accepted to a conference then accepted as a manuscript for publication, do you list it in both presentation and publication?
 
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