2024 AOA QLD Branch Annual Scientific Meeting



Abstract Submissions for QLD Branch ASM are open for the following groups only: 

1. *QLD Registrars, PHOs , Junior Doctors who have an abstract topic based on the meeting theme of "Artificial Intelligence" (no other topics will be considered for acceptance) OR

2.  QLD orthopaedic consultants with an interest in artificial intelligence, spine, knee or other sub-speciality areas 

Please submit your abstract via the online form on this page.

Paper or facsimile copies will not be accepted.

Abstract submissions must be received electronically via the online form by midnight (AEST) on Friday 3 May 2024. 

All abstract submissions must include a declaration of interest – refer to the online form.

All presentations must show a slide declaring conflicts of interest immediately following the title slide. Failure to include a slide declaring conflicts of interest will result in cancellation of the presentation.

*Please note: only a small number of abstracts listed under this item (1.) will be selected for your oral presentation at the meeting. Applicants (i.e QLD trainees, unaccredited trainees or PHO's) who are accepted under this category will receive complimentary registration to attend the meeting.

Important: Non members: please read the AOA ID guidelines before submitting your abstract.


The abstract must not exceed 400 words (excluding title, authors and institution), refer online form.

Presenter Guidelines (by submitting an abstract you agree to the following):

  • AOA relies on speakers’ integrity to present oral and visual material of appropriate content.  Material presented in slides must conform to this code of respect.
  • AOA reserves the right to remove conference information and/or to prohibit a presenter from presenting at an AOA Event if the content of the presenter’s conference information does not adhere to these requirements.
  • AOA does not endorse the use of humorous material involving nudity or sexist commentary, and warns speakers that slides with material deemed inappropriate will not be aired.