We are delighted to invite delegates to submit an abstract for a poster presentation at the conference.
The poster presentation forms a key part of the learning and networking opportunities at the conference and will be shared by senior colleagues. Posters could focus on 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.
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 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.
Abstracts will be scored by a selected panel of experts and informed of the judge’s decision.
Abstract deadline extended to 4th March
We will be awarding the top 25 outstanding abstracts with a bursary to attend the Main Conference. Preference will be given to medical students, trainees, nurses, psychologist, social worker & other AHP. Bursary will provide a free place to the Main Conference only.
If selected for a poster presentation, the following will apply:
- You must supply your own poster in A1 portrait format.
- Your poster must be put up at the beginning of the conference and remain until the end of the conference – you are responsible for ensuring your poster is put up and removed.
- Please note in order to submit an abstract at the conference you need to be registered as a paid delegate
- The reviewers will judge 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 and overall impression.
What you need to provide
A title for your abstract, clearly indicating the nature of the research or the case study (no more than 150 characters)
All abstract authors names, listed in the following way - First name initial, full surname, organisation
Your 300 word abstract - state briefly and clearly the purpose, methods, results and conclusions
of the work.
Aims: Clearly state the purpose of the abstract.
Methods: Describe your selection of observations or experimental subjects clearly
Results/ Conclusion: Present your results in a logical sequence in text, tables and illustrations
– IF RESULTS ARE NOT INCLUDED THEN YOUR ABSTRACT WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. Clearly state the conclusion of your study.
Please click on the following link to add your abstract
If you have any questions about the abstract process or how to register your abstract please contact email@example.com