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Thank you for your interest in submitting an abstract for the SNACC 2022 Annual Meeting. The abstract submission site will open in March and close Monday, May 2, 2022. Click here for guidelines to help you to prepare your submission.

All accepted abstracts will be presented virtually via Zoom. The presenting author will be required to register for the event in order to present the abstract material.

Accepted abstracts will be published in the Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology (JNA).

Abstract Submission Site


ALL authors, regardless of designated role (Presenting Author, Backup Presenting Author, Contributing Author), must have a Disclosure form filed with ASA since September 1, 2021. If ALL authors on your abstract have not completed the ASA disclosure form, your abstract will not be considered for presentation. When the submission site closes, a list of authors will be sent to ASA. They will reach out to all authors who do not have a current Disclosure form on file. 

Disclosure completion is the responsibility of the authors and will be confirmed with ASA as part of the review process. SNACC reserves the right not to notify authors of disclosure delinquency and not to accept abstracts if disclosures have not been submitted by all authors.

Additional Information

Selection notification: June 2022 (If you used a Gmail address to create your profile, please check your “Junk” folder for updates regarding your submission.)

Annual Meeting Registration: Presenting authors will be required to register for the Annual Meeting inorder to present the material. Registration details are available on the Registration page. 

Review Criteria: Abstracts that are clear, concise, and excellently written will earn higher scores. The research question should be thought-provoking and timely. The methodology and results must be very clearly presented and appropriate and valid for the study design. The conclusions must clearly reflect the study results.