Call For Abstracts


The 4th King’s John Price Paediatric Respiratory Conference is being held in London on 17-19 April 2018. This is the call for the submission of scientific, quality improvement, audit and educational abstracts for poster presentation & oral presentation.

The oral & poster session 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 it's cutting-edge scientific content. This year we have a revamped section of Award papers and Poster presentations, which will have something for everyone working in Paediatric Respirology. The abstract submission process is your opportunity to help shape the content, to share the fruits of your labour with your peers and raise your professional profile.

Abstract Submission for selection of Award Papers and Posters is now OPEN

Caro Minasian Memorial Award

Sajay Valappil Memorial Award

Awards for the best Abstracts

Total Prize money £2,500

Exceptional Abstracts

In addition to the award, the exceptional abstracts will be awarded a bursary to attend the conference.

Can I make a submission?

We encourage abstract submission as early as possible. The deadline is 05/03/2018.

Do I have to pay?

There is no fee for making a submission. If your submission is accepted for presentation then you will be required to attend the Conference and pay the standard registration fee for the day of your presentation.


Submitting an abstract:

 

A. Important Information

  1. Please submit a text abstract before 05/03/2018 to paediatricrespiratory@gmail.com
  2. We encourage abstract submission as early as possible. 
  3. The maximum word count is 300 words. 
  4. The title should be as brief as possible but long enough to indicate clearly the nature of the study.
  5. Text must be in single line spacing.
  6. Authors are allowed to use tables and images as part of their abstract (maximum of 1 tables/images only can be submitted with each abstract). Please mark clearly within the abstract text where the table/image is to be inserted and provide relevant reference.
  7. If the poster has been previously published / presented, the author/s should indicate the date and publications
  8. Please note in order to submit an abstract at the conference you need to be registered as a paid delegate.
  9. 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.
  10. Accepted abstracts will be presented at the conference
  11. You will be informed of the outcome by 18/03/2018 (acceptance/rejection).
  12. If accepted, you will need to be available for the presentation during the indicated period. 

B. Preparation of Your Abstract

Abstracts should state briefly and clearly the purpose, methods, results and conclusions of the work. The maximum word count is 300 words

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.

 

Abstract Categories

Please indicate which category you believe best fits your entry.

  • Asthma, allergies, 
  • Physiology, sleep, NIV
  • Infections, epidemiology, Suppurative lung disease 
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Neonatal pulmonology, bronchoscopy, congenital malformations, respiratory intensive care & airways