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31 March - 2 April



 The poster presentation forms a key part of the learning and networking opportunities at the Conference.  King’s Paediatric Respiratory Conference has always been held in high esteem, both by participating faculty and attending delegates, primarily because of its cutting-edge scientific content.   The abstracts and poster presentations are the attendee’s opportunity to help shape the content and share work with your peers.  

Abstract Submission

We welcome the submission of scientific abstracts and case reports for Oral Presentations, Poster Discussion Presentations and Posters Presentations.

The oral and poster presentations form a key part of the learning and networking opportunities at the conference and will be shared by senior colleagues.

Scientific abstracts could focus on basic, translational and clinical research any interesting aspect of Paediatric Respiratory medicine including asthma, allergies, physiology, sleep/NIV, infections, epidemiology cystic fibrosis, transition, neonatal pulmonology, bronchoscopy, suppurative lung disease, congenital malformations respiratory intensive care & airway.

Case Reports, which must describe a single, interesting, challenging and unique case.

Submitted clinical cases will be reviewed by the abstract committee. Few cases will be selected for oral presentation in a highly interactive and educational session with a panel discussion.

King’s John Price Paediatric Respiratory Conference has always been held in high esteem, both by participating faculty and attending delegates, primarily because of its cutting-edge scientific content. The abstract submission process is your opportunity to help shape the content, to share the fruits of your labor with your peers and raise your professional profile.

Original laboratory research, clinical research and case presentations are equally welcome.

Abstract Submission Deadline:  5pm, 6 January 2020

Click here to download the abstract entry form

Click here to complete the abstract survey

Abstract Regulations and Submission Terms and Conditions

The following rules must be adhered to in order to qualify for the process:

  • Abstracts can only be submitted via the submission process outlined below.

  • Acknowledgement of receipt of your submission will be sent to your stated email address once both elements of the entry process are complete. If you do not receive the confirmation email within 72 hours, please contact us at:

  • Abstracts must be written in English.

  • Maximum 2,500 characters (approx. 340 words), including spaces but excluding title and contact information of the authors.

  • Your abstract title must be no longer that 25 words.

  • It is the author's responsibility to submit a fully finalised abstract. Any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific facts will be reproduced as typed by the author.

  • You are allowed to be the presenting author of more than one abstract, three (3) is the maximum number of abstracts that can be presented by the same author.

  • You are allowed to be a co-author of an unlimited number of abstracts.

  • Submission of closely related abstracts from the same group is discouraged.

  • Abstract presenters must be registered for the main conference and pay the registration fee for attendance at the main conference. • By submitting an abstract, submitters agree that their abstract, including names, is stored electronically and will be published on the conference website and App.

  • Should you be selected to present a poster or oral presentation, failure to present the abstract on-site will result in exclusion from online publishing.

  • Abstracts will be assessed by an expert panel of reviewers. Acceptance of the submitted work is at the discretion of the Scientific Committee.

  • Consent for publication of individual patient data - applies to abstracts with identifiable patient information. For the publication of an abstract that contains identifiable information about patients it is necessary that patients have given consent for the research to be published. For all abstracts that include identifiable patient details (e.g. gender, age, illness, location) or images, written informed consent for the publication of these must be obtained from the patient (or their parent or legal guardian) and a respective statement should be included in the abstract text.

How to Submit Your Abstract

In order to submit your abstract, you must complete the following steps:

  1. Read the abstract regulations to ensure you are able to fulfil the requirements.

  2. Read the abstract entry tips.

  3. Download the abstract template – click here to download the template

  4. Complete the template by entering the following:

    • Abstract title (max 25 words)

    • Abstract authors (listed as First name initial. full surname, organisation e.g. A. Gupta, King’s Hospital/ R. West, Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital)

    • Abstract text - maximum 2,500 characters (approx. 340 words), Please note, you must only use Calibri font, point size 12. The document is set up in this format so you should not need to change this.

    • You may only include one data table within you abstract. We do not accept separate supporting documents of any kind.

  5. Save the document using the following file structure – Your surname – Abstract title.

  6. You must then email the abstract to

  7. You are then required to submit answers to a short survey – Click here to complete the survey.

  8. You must not alter the format of the abstract template in any way. The font used must be Calibri, point size 12.

  9. Once both parts of the survey are complete you will receive a confirmation email.

Abstract Entry Tips

In order to submit your abstract, you must complete the following steps:

  1. Make sure your entry includes the following

    • Aims - Clearly state the purpose of the abstract.

    • Method - Describe your selection of observations or experimental subjects clearly.

    • Results/ Conclusion - Present your results in a logical sequence in text, tables and illustrations – Clearly state the conclusion of your study.

    • Or for case presentations: A. Background, B. Case presentation, C. Discussion and D. Conclusions.

  2. Judges will be reviewing the abstracts according to:

    • The scientific or clinical value

    • Relevance to conference

    • Suitability of methods to aims

    • Conclusions

    • Objectivity of statements

    • Description of methods used

    • Ethics

    • Originality of work

    • Overall impression

  3. Please make sure you spell check your document.

  4. Make sure you follow the word counts and number of supporting documents.

  5. Make all authors aware that you are submitting the abstract.

  6. Save the date for the Conference – 31 March – 2 April 2020, Bush House, London.

  7. Follow the submission rules.

  8. Give yourself plenty of time. The entry process will close after 5pm, January 6, 2020 and late entries will not be considered.


Notification of Acceptance

Notification of acceptance or rejection of the abstract will be sent to the corresponding author of the abstract by 16th Jan 2020.

Accepted abstracts will be considered for oral presentations, poster discussion or poster presentations.

The corresponding author receives all information concerning the abstract and is responsible for informing all other co-authors of the status of the abstract.

All abstract presenters will be asked to reconfirm their attendance after receiving the notification. If you do not reconfirm your abstract presentation, register and pay the registration fee before the given deadline, your abstract will be removed from the programme.


Presentation of Abstract

Accepted selected abstracts will be presented in Oral Abstract Sessions and/ or Poster Presentation sessions. If you are selected to present, you will be given further instruction upon selection.


Need More Help?

If you are having any problems with the process or have any questions please contact Becca on