ATLANTA (August 22, 2014) - SECO International is accepting abstract educational poster proposals for publication in the Advanced Media Learning Center (AMLC) during SECO 2015, March 4 - March 8, 2015. SECO offers a unique multimedia poster program unlike any other in optometry. SECO publishes educational posters on computers within the AMLC in a unique multimedia-format presentation similar to a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation.
The deadlines for the SECO 2015 Multimedia Poster program are:
Abstract submission system is currently open.
- November 15, 2014 SECO will close the abstracts submission process
- November 30, 2014 SECO will notify authors of poster status (approved or denied)
- January 15, 2015 Authors must have submitted to SECO finished posters for publication
Selecting Posters from Abstracts
Poster authors may electronically submit a poster abstract for review during the review period. Authors may visit https://secointernational.com/submit-a-poster-abstract.html to learn more about the poster submission process. From the Proposal system, follow the instructions to submit a poster. SECO International will select 100 multimedia posters to publish during SECO 2015. A panel of respected, internationally-known optometrists will review abstracts submitted.
SECO will publish approved posters during SECO 2015 in the Advanced Media Learning Center, located within Optometry's Marketplace exhibit hall in Building A of the Georgia World Congress Center. Upon final selection, authors will be notified and SECO International will publish abstract summaries on www.seco2015.com as well as in a post-Congress issue of Optometry & Visual Performance, the official journal of OEP.
SECO will publish SECO 2015 posters online for up to three years.
The SECO Tradition
SECO International is produced annually by SECO International, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Southern Council of Optometrists, Inc. SECO International, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, is a not-for-profit membership association founded in 1923, and counts as its members practitioners in the 12 southeastern states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. The annual SECO conventions regularly attract more than 7,000 national and international eye care professionals, vendors, and allied ophthalmic personnel. SECO International is widely acknowledged as the largest optometric educational meeting in the world.