The AAHKS Annual Meeting will showcase surgical technique videos on flat-screen monitor stations in the Rotunda of the Anatole hotel.
The deadline to upload videos is October 13, 2017.
Instructions for authors
Video Length: No greater than 10 minutes in length.
Title: Programs should have a title frame or slate indicating the subject of the program.
Authors: Names of all authors must appear on at the beginning of the program; these names must match those on the abstract.
Disclosures: Disclosures need to appear after the title frame for all authors and co-authors.
Commercial Support: Attribution for commercial support must be in the form of a video credit rather than advertising. This credit must appear at the beginning of the program.
Off-Label Use: The “off-label” use of any pharmaceuticals and/or medical devices must be specifically disclosed in the program (i.e. that the FDA has not approved labeling the device or pharmaceutical for the described purpose).
Proprietary/Trade Names: Generic product names must be used rather than proprietary or trade names.
Copyright Information: Permission for all copyrighted material (drawings, illustrations, video footage) must be obtained with attribution of permissions included in the closing credits.
Narration: The narration must be clear and easy to understand.
Visualization: The video must show well what it intends to show – most often from the surgeon’s point of view. Wide shots should show context, close-ups should show detail. The surgical field should be well lit.
Indications/Contraindications: The program describes the indications and contraindications for the technique and the patient case illustrated.
Preoperative and Postoperative Images: Preoperative and postoperative images are very important to illustrate the patient’s condition before and after treatment and to confirm the results achieved.
Outcomes: The program must present outcomes from the author’s series, which may be augmented with outcomes from published, peer reviewed literature.
Universal Precautions: Universal precautions must be used in the operating room. All on-camera personnel in the operating room must be shown with personal protective equipment, most noticeably protective eyewear.
Patient Privacy: Identifying information, including patients’ names, initials, or hospital numbers, must not appear. This typically happens in preoperative and postoperative radiographs and MRIs.
Patient Consent: Written consent must be obtained from each person appearing in the work.
Criteria to be used in selection process
- Video technical quality including lighting, visualization, color, and appropriate focused field of view, preferably viewed from the surgeon’s perspective
- Audio quality including narration/voiceover, and intraoperative sound when/if appropriate
- Clinical relevance/importance
- Avoidance of commercial bias
- Spectrum of videos chosen will represent different sub-topics of adult reconstructive surgery
Video Upload Requirements
You will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org that contains the link and your log in credentials to access the video upload site at https://submit.scientificposters.com/aahksv. Once you log in, please review the Instructions before uploading your video.
- Acceptable Formats: MPEG, AVI, QuickTime (MOV), or Windows Media (WMV)
- The filename CANNOT INCLUDE special characters, e.g. £, à, ñ, °, as well as other non-English character formats, or the system will not process after uploading. Shorter filenames are easier for reviewing versions.
- Maximum video resolution: 1280×720
- Maximum total video run time: 10 minutes
- If your video file is over 500Mb in size, please see FTP instructions for alternate upload options
- DO NOT USE DivX compression
- Large files will take longer to upload, especially during high traffic times on the Internet. Please be patient.
- If your session times out before the upload is complete please try again at a different time of day or from a different computer, or view the instructions.
- SEARCH FTP: Upload the file using FTP instructions.
- If you continue to have trouble, please contact Scientific Posters support after signing in to the upload site.