The ACC employs a “single sign-on” process, which will improve the efficiency of the submission process. Please do not create a new ACC account if you already have one. Only one account is allowed per user in order to offer you high-quality services. Contact the Resource Center at email@example.com or 800-253-4636, ext. 5603, if you are unsure whether you have an account.
Once you have signed in, the submitting author’s name, ID number, city/state/country and institution will automatically prepopulate the submission system with your information from the ACC’s database and cannot be changed once the abstract is submitted. If you would like to change it, go into My Account before creating a submission. The submitting author’s name entered in the passgate system MUST be the author who will present the abstract/LBCT/challenging case if selected. Notification of acceptance will be sent to this person. During the YIA acceptance process in October there will be an opportunity to change presenter author information, if circumstances warrant.
All submitting authors must file disclosures before submitting your research on the ACC's Disclosure Website. Disclosures are only needed for yourself and the lead investigator. You will be asked to identify the lead investigator during the submission process. Abstracts will be considered “complete” without completed disclosures and will go to review as long as all other submission elements are complete. You do not need to take any action at this stage; ACC staff will contact coauthors separately to obtain these disclosures as a condition of submission. All disclosures need to be completed by January 12, 2018. Failure to provide disclosure information by the January 12, 2018 deadline will result in the removal of an accepted abstract from the program.