Call for Abstract


The Scientific Committee of AOGIN 2022 cordially invites you to join the AOGIN 2022 meeting and to share your valuable scientific work as abstracts or surgical video session in lower genital tract diseases or related topics. The abstract will be selected as oral, or poster based on scientific merit through a blinded peer review process.

All accepted abstracts will be available in the conference mobile application and on the conference website approximately 2 weeks before the conference and will be published in the AOGIN 2022 electronic program book.

All abstracts should be submitted via the conference official website

Abstract Submission

Query or problem regarding abstract submission can be made to the AOGIN Scientific Committee

Key Dates of Abstract Submission

May 25, 2022: abstract submission opens
October 15, 2022: abstract submission closes
October 20, 2022: Notification to all authors specifying type and date of presentation

Note: Only the abstracts (oral accepted) of onsite registrants will be considered. All presenters are required to register to the AOGIN 2022 before October 15, 2022, so their abstracts will be included in the AOGIN 2022 electronic program book.

Key Dates of Early Registration

May 25, 2022: registration opens
October 30, 2022: early bird registration closes

Abstract Topics

  1. Gynecologic cancer screening
  2. Cancer prevention and vaccine
  3. Pathology of lower genital tract, genetics, and epidemiology
  4. Preinvasive disease of vulva, vagina, and cervix
  5. Cancer of vulva, vagina, and cervix
  6. Anal intraepithelial neoplasia
  7. Rare tumors & metastatic tumors
  8. Conservative & fertility preservation
  9. Surgical techniques & perioperative management
  10. Radiologic imaging
  11. Basic/translational science
  12. Quality of life, nursing & supportive care
  13. Policy, practice, and challenges in limited-resourced settings
  14. Miscellaneous

Abstract Submission


Surgical Film/ Editing Instructions

Key concepts of surgical films:
  • Fundamentals of minimally invasive surgery
  • Current evidence and recommendations regarding laparoscopic or robotic surgery
  • Prevention, diagnosis, and management of intra and post‐operative complications
  • Specific surgical techniques
Quality requirements of surgical films:
  • Focusing on or around the scenes you would particularly like to show.
  • Be the original production in the final edited form with a clear voice-over in English.
  • Films must be at regular speed.
  • Duration of 8 minutes at most (2-minute spare for Q&A).
  • Maximum file size for upload is 1GB (larger file cannot not be completely uploaded)
Note: Please contact with any difficulties or problems regarding surgical films submission/ loading.

Instructions/ template for surgical film:
  1. Please write your text in English and check your spelling to avoid misinterpretation.
  2. Put the Title (uppercase font) and Author names in full (#6, and et al.). Only include the primary degree for each author (for example, MD, PhD). If an author’s name appears on more than one film, they should be identical.
  3. Omit any reference to your institution.
  4. Conflict of interest must be declared (commercial or product bias is prohibited).
  5. Use generic drug names and International Systems Units. Trade names should not be used.

Surgical Film Submission