The abstract portal has now closed. Thank you for your submissions. All abstracts are now being reviewed and we will inform you of the outcome shortly. The organisers at their discretion may still accept some late breaking abstracts. Should you have an abstract, please forward it to acpasm@phlebology.com.au for consideration.

Acceptance of a late breaking abstract will remain at the discretion of the organising committee.


Submission Guide

We invite you to submit an abstract to be presented during the 20th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian College of Phlebology, to be held in Cairns, Queensland from May 5-7, 2019.

Abstracts can be submitted for:

• Evidence based research
• Case presentations

The Australasian College of Phlebology is dedicated to the promotion of evidence-based research and all abstracts are subject to peer review. Anecdote-based submissions will not be accepted and only cases of important clinical significance will be considered.


Abstract word limit: 300 words.

All research abstracts must include the headings:

• Introduction
• Methods
• Results
• Conclusions

Case Presentations must include the headings:

• Introduction
• Case Details
• Conclusions

Abstracts will be accepted for either an oral presentation or poster presentation. Abstracts submitted in the wrong format will not be reviewed. Abstracts emailed directly will not be accepted. No submissions will be accepted after the closing date.

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• Anatomy
• Basic Science Research
• Case Presentations
• Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency
• Complex Disease
• Compression
• Cosmetic Phlebology and Cosmetic Medicine
• Deep Vein Reconstruction
• Deep Venous Disease
• Dermatological Manifestations of Venous Disease
• Fluid Mechanics
• Glue Ablation
• Gonadal, Pelvic and Vulvar Veins
• Interventional Radiology
• Lymphatic Disease and Lymphoedema
• Microcirculation
• Nursing in Phlebology
• Oedema
• Post-Thrombotic Syndrome
• Sclerotherapy
• Ulcers and Wound Care
• Ultrasound
• Vascular Anomalies
• Venous Interventions and Surgery
• Venous Haemodynamics
• Venous Thromboembolism