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5 Resources to Make Your DDW® Abstract More Creative

Jayapala Reddy Velagala, MBBS, MS (JIPMER), DNB, MCH (AMRITA,Kochi), currently works as a consultant GI, hepatobiliary and pancreatic (HPB) oncologist and a transplant surgeon. He is also an assistant professor and head of the Department of Surgical Gastroenterology at the NRI Medical College, General and& Superspeciality Hospital, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India.


Jayapala Reddy Velagala, MBBS, MS (JIPMER), DNB, MCH (AMRITA,Kochi)

Given the prestigious audience at Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2024, you’ll want to craft an abstract that stands out. Below, I’ve compiled some innovative resources you might not have thought of that can help you with abstract submission. Take advantage of these resources to complete your abstract and submit by Nov. 30.

Artificial Intelligence (AI)-Enhanced Research Exploration

Reviewing past abstracts can be helpful to get inspiration. Consider employing AI-driven tools to analyze extensive databases of previous DDW abstracts. This data-driven approach can unveil emerging trends, critical keywords, and areas of keen interest, providing a solid foundation for your innovative abstract.

AI-Backed Abstract Optimization

Another useful AI-powered type of resource is proofreading tools to fine-tune your abstract’s adherence to submission guidelines. Such tools automatically check word limits, grammar, and formatting, saving you valuable time and reducing errors.

Live Collaborative Platforms

Leverage real-time collaboration platforms for seamless interactions with mentors and co-authors while you’re drafting your abstract or asking others to review. These platforms, such as Google Docs or project management tools, facilitate dynamic teamwork, ensuring your abstract is a product of collective expertise.

Masterful Data Visualization

You can accompany your textual abstract with up to two images. Elevate your abstract with advanced data visualization techniques. Explore tools like Tableau or Infogram to craft visually compelling figures and tables that vividly represent your findings.

Virtual Ideation Workshops

If you need inspiration for research areas for future abstracts, try hosting virtual ideation workshops or hackathons with mentors and co-authors. Collaborative brainstorming sessions can lead to innovative and collaborative abstract submissions.

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