The abstract portal for the BAPM Annual Conference 2022 has opened for late breaking abstract submissions. We are inviting all those working in perinatal medicine to submit new abstracts of original work.
The abstract must present timely findings which were not available at the time of the original abstract deadline. The 'Late Abstract' deadline is not intended to be a second deadline for abstract submissions.
What we're looking for
There are three categories of abstracts this year, please read the following information carefully to make sure you select the correct category.
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.
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.
About the Conference
The BAPM Annual Conference will bring together delegates from across the field of perinatal medicine including neonatologists, obstetricians, nurses and ANNPs, allied health professionals, midwifes, and many more. Abstract submission is an opportunity for you to share your recent work with colleagues from around the country and beyond.
This year's conference takes place in Manchester and online on 15 and 16 September.
How to submit your abstract
Your poster should outline a research project, provide an example of best practice or simply share learning from your unit with others at the conference. All abstracts are most welcome!
Your abstract should contain no more than 300 words.
Abstract Submission Deadline: Monday 29 August.
You can view the Presented Abstracts from the 2021 Annual Conference here.
Members can also gain access to our guide to ‘How to Submit an Abstract’.