The Abstract submission is now open

Thursday, February 18

Dear colleagues,  

The abstract submission website for the upcoming IFOS PARIS 2017 World Congress is now open.

The Scientific Committee will select the abstracts taking into consideration the geographical diversity, the innovative character as well as the scientific value and the methodology.

In order to achieve the maximum number of plenary sessions, the Scientific Committee decided to open the submissions to roundtable discussions, symposia and keynote lecture proposals.

The oral communications will be organized in the form of e-posters (video posters, commented poster etc).

A certain number of those, according to their topics, will be selected and transformed in oral communications by the Scientific Committee. Hoping that a great number of you will participate in this event, we look forward to meeting you in Paris in 2017.  

With kind regards,

Professor Bernard FRAYSSE, President IFOS Paris 2017 - the ENT World Congress

Professor Frédéric CHABOLLE, General Secretary IFOS Paris 2017 - the ENT World Congress    




The abstract should contain 200 words at least and not exceed 400 words It should include the title, which must accurately reflect the content of the abstract: - In english for all applicants - In English and in French for francophone applicants If you are submitting an e-poster presentation OR a keynote lecture proposal:

  • The abstract content:
      1. Purpose of the study
      2. Materials and methods used
      3. Results
      4. Conclusion
  • Authors and their affiliations

If you are submitting a roundtable OR a symposium proposal:

  • The objective and content of your proposal
      1. Purpose of the roundtable or symposium
      2. Panelist's name, nationality and presented topics
  • Panelists' detailed coordinates in the authors' section

  The Local Scientific Committee, in collaboration with the International Advisory Board of IFOS, has made the choice of diversity, innovation and evaluation : - Diversity of practices and resources around the world. - Innovation to link basic science and clinical research. - Evaluation of quality of care, leading to worldwide guidelines.