Call for Challenging Teaching Cases!

Submit Your Case for a Chance to Present at LIVE 2020 – ONLINE Seminar Edition
Don’t miss this opportunity to share your learning with colleagues from across the globe!
  • Selection of cases for presentation, special emphasis is given to innovation and creativity both in diagnosis and therapy
  • The most challenging and interesting cases will be presented at the LIVE 2020 – Online Seminar Edition

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Important Dates

Case Submission Deadline: June 15th 2020
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection of Cases: June 30th 2020


For the preparation and online submission of cases. Please make sure to read carefully the following guidelines before proceeding with the preparation and submission of your case. When you are ready for the submission, please proceed with the completion of the Online Case Submission Form.


  • The official language of the Conference will be English, so all cases must be prepared, submitted and presented in English.
  • The Case Submission Form should be completed by the author who will be responsible for all correspondence (correct email is really important).
  • Length: Cases (text body) should not exceed 250 words. When a table is included, then the text body should not exceed 200 words.
  • Table(s): Table/diagram/picture should be saved as an image file (jpeg, gif, etc.) before being uploaded (otherwise will not be uploaded successfully). Use of such graphics will automatically reduce the number of words allowed (it should correspond to 50 words and must be included in the limitation of 250 words in order to fit the size of an A4 paper). A maximum of two (2) images can be included per case. The image(s) will be placed at the bottom of the case in all publications and may be resized to fit in the format of the final printed material.
  • Structure: Cases must use the following structured format:
    In the final version, the text will not be sorted into paragraphs.
  • Title: The case title should be submitted strictly in capital letters and not exceed a limit of 25 words. Please do not use abbreviations.
  • Affiliations: In this field you should provide the affiliation details of all authors: Department / Hospital / University / Institution etc (eg. Vascular Surgery Department, Faculty of Medicine, School of Health Sciences, University of Thessaly, Larissa, Greece). If an author needs to be registered to more than one affiliation, you are kindly requested to use the & symbol between the two affiliations (eg. Vascular Surgery Department, Faculty of Medicine, School of Health Sciences, University of Thessaly Larissa & University of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece).


  • Authors are requested to check their cases thoroughly before submission. The case, if approved for presentation, will be published as submitted. However, authors may edit the details of their case until the deadline for case submission, in case they need to make any important corrections or changes in the case(s) they have already submitted, throught the link that will be provided by email*.
  • Authors should not submit multiple copies of the same case.
  • The Case Review Committee may reject a Case and not review it, if it does not adhere to the above guidelines. Therefore, authors must strictly adhere to the above guidelines, otherwise cases cannot be considered for presentation. Such cases will be rejected, and the author will not be informed.
  • The corresponding (submitting) author is required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the content of the case before submission (submission implies that the corresponding author has received approval from co-authors)
  • Submission of a case acknowledges authors’ acceptance for the case to be published in all official congress publications/material.

Notes to Remember

1. Cases must be original. Cases already presented and published, will not be accepted.
2. Contact/Queries: For any further information or clarification regarding your case submission you may contact the Organizing/Secretariat ( for further information and assistance.


After online submission you will receive (by e-mail) a "Case Submission Number" indicating that your case has successfully been submitted. This number must be referred to in all correspondence. Please print or save this receipt on your computer, as it will serve as a confirmation of successful case submission.

If you do not receive this automatic email immediately after your submission, your case has not been submitted properly (registered in the database). In this case you are kindly requested to repeat the procedure or contact the Organizing Bureau/Secretariat ( for further information and assistance.

Notification Email

The corresponding author will be notified with reference to the approval or rejection of the submitted case(s) by email*on June 30th 2020.
*email address completed in the online form by the corresponding author during the case submission.