Call for abstracts

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Please ensure that you have read the abstract submission guidelines and submit all abstracts by the deadlines shown below. 



Artificial intelligence in practice 2021     28-29 January 2021

We are now inviting researchers and professionals to submit abstracts (up to 400 words) for ePoster or YouTube clip presentation relating to artificial intelligence. Please indicate upon submission of your abstract if you are submitting for an ePoster or proffered/YouTube clip presentation. 

Submission deadline: 5pm Friday 13 November 2020



We invite professionals and researchers to submit abstracts (up to 400 words) for:

  • Oral presentations
  • ePosters
  • Short (10 mins max) YouTube presentations
  • Keynote (30 min max) YouTube presentations 

relating to any of the key topic areas noted above. Material from all disciplines working in radiotherapy and oncology is invited and encouraged - all play a part in the treatment of our patients, all have a voice to be heard in our practice and its development. We would especially encourage and welcome research, case reports and review articles on all aspects of how COVID-19 has affected our clinical, technical and professional practice in radiotherapy and oncology. Two specific sessions have been earmarked for proffered oral presentations; digital screens will be available for poster viewing in the conference venue and YouTube clips will be uploaded onto the BIR website for access by meeting delegates throughout the meeting.

We encourage and welcome multiple abstracts from authors for an opportunity to showcase your work.

Submission deadline: 5pm Sunday 10 January 2021 


PLEASE NOTE: we will only accept one abstract submission per presenting author per event. If you wish to submit any further abstracts, these will only be considered if you are a co-author and the presenting author is registered for the event.

PLEASE NOTE: the BIR only issues certificate for presentation to those who are registered and attended the specified BIR event. Any authors or co-authors who are not registered onto the event will not receive a certificate.





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