We are now accepting abstracts for the Evidence and Excellence conference. The deadline for submission is 31st May 2019 and we'll contact you in early July to tell you if you have been successful.
 
We strongly recommend you read the BAPM guide - How To Write an Abstract before you submit.
 
If you have any questions please contact the BAPM Office at any time. 
 
General Information
  1. At least one author must be a BAPM or EBNEO member
  2. Abstracts must be submitted to the BAPM Office via the official form that can be downloaded at the bottom of the page. 
  3. Your abstract should contain no more than 300 words. Abstracts which exceed this limit will be unfortunately be excluded from the marking process.
  4. The deadline for submission is 31st May 2019 (abstracts received after this date will not be considered)
  5. Abstracts will be anonymised before scoring
  6. You will be notified by the first week of July if your abstract has been selected for oral presentation, poster presentation or poster display only. 
  7. To accept our offer to present or display your poster you must register for the conference by 11th August 2019 at the latest. Please note that conference places are sold on a first come first served basis and we have sold out the last two years.
  8. Choose which category of submission your abstract best fits:
  • Research (original research or secondary literature): includes meta-analyses, systematic reviews, randomised controlled trials, cohort or case:control studies, in vitro or animal research, observational research
  • Quality Improvement: includes QI initiatives, service developments, QI literature synthesis and meta-analysis, innovation in healthcare, comparative effectiveness research. A stand-alone audit is considered to be of low significance unless it has generated change which on re-audit can be shown to have shown sustained improvement in care.
  • Case studies (series or report):  these describe instances of interesting phenomena. The goal is to make people aware of the possibility that this phenomenon might occur, and may include previously unknown or emerging pathologies, or complication of a therapy/intervention.

Good luck!

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