Acute & General Medicine, 21- 22 November 2017, EXCEL LONDON

THE NEW MUST ATTEND CLINICAL TRAINING CONFERENCE
FOR ALL ANAESTHETISTS & CRITICAL CARE 
DOCTORS 
11-12 NOVEMBER 2020, EXCEL LONDON

CO-LOCATED WITH ACUTE & GENERAL MEDICINE

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Poster Zone - Call for Abstracts

We are inviting authors to submit an abstract for a poster presentation. 

From the submissions, the best 20 authors will be invited to display a poster at the conference – and will receive a certification of achievement. 

The four best posters – as determined by our judging team – will receive a special commendation. 

The categories are:

  1. Service Innovation – preoperative care and optimisation
  2. Service Innovation – enhanced recovery and postoperative care
  3. Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
  4. Case Reports


Categories 1-4 are open to all Anaesthetists, while Categories 3-4 are open to all Intensivists.

All of the following types of research are acceptable for submission:

Audit - comparison of practice against a local or national standard. Ideally the audit cycle should be completed or the intention to do so demonstrated.

Quality improvement - systematic processes of continuous analysis and improvement of the quality of healthcare, irrespective of the starting point.

Survey - ascertainment of views/practices of staff or patients that are not routinely collected.

Original research - observational or interventional studies involving collection of new data.

Case report – describes an unusual and instructive case, or small group of cases demonstrating novel anaesthetic or critical care techniques or equipment, new information on diseases of importance to anaesthesia or critical care, or unusual toxicity or equipment failure.

Word Count

The body of the abstract should be no longer than 250 words. A further 100 words is allowed for references and title.

References – to a maximum of five – should follow Vancouver Convention: name, title, publication, year, chapter, page number/s. 

In addition, you may include up to 2 diagrams or tables to illustrate the work further. These can be in any format up to 200kb in size. Abstracts which exceed the maximum length will be judged based on the first 300 words.

You will be required to submit the following information as part of your submission:

AIM
Highlight why the project was undertaken and what the goals of the work included. This section should include a clear question or objective of the work undertaken.

METHODS
What methods were used to achieve this?

OUTCOMES/RESULTS
What was achieved? How were the achievements measured or tracked?

CONCLUSION
What do the above results mean for the service and patients? Remember that the conclusion should reflect your stated aims and objective & results of study.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD ADDITIONAL ABSTRACT GUIDELINES

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A POSTER TEMPLATE 

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