Call for abstracts

Posters 1Abstracts can be submitted via the online submission form or alternatively in a Word document submission form and sent to conference@bir.org.uk.

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

 

 

Brachytherapy – An update on current UK  practice  18 September 2020

We are inviting researchers to submit abstracts (up to 400 words) for ePoster and/or proffered/YouTube clip presentation relating to brachytherapy. These can be on any aspect of brachytherapy. Please indicate upon submission of your abstract if you are submitting for an ePoster or proffered/YouTube clip presentation. YouTube clips (max 10 mins) will be uploaded onto the BIR website for access by meeting delegates.  

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

Submission deadline: 5pm Friday 7 August 2020

 

Simulation and VR in clinical education and practice  - Multidiscplinary perspectives  14 October 2020

This unique meeting is organised to share expertise and best practice for using simulation and VR in medical education and practice; focusing on radiology and radiotherapy, but also bringing in perspectives from many other healthcare disciplines and beyond for a true cross-fertilization of ideas.

We are now inviting researchers and professionals to submit abstracts (up to 400 words) for ePoster and/or YouTube clip presentation relating to all experiences of simulation and VR in clinical practice and education.  Material from all medical professionals, clinical workers and clinical educators will be considered for presentation of ePosters onlinie. YouTube clips (max 10 mins) will be uploaded onto the BIR website for access by meeting delegates.  

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

Submission deadline: 5pm Monday 31 August 2020

 

BIR ANNUAL CONGRESS     4-6 NOVEMBER 2020

The BIR Annual Congress programme organisers welcomes your abstracts for ePoster presentations relating to all areas of medical imaging and radiotherapy including educational case reports, audits and research.
 
If your abstract is accepted, you will be invited to upload and share your ePoster on our dedicated ePoster webpage as well as the BIR Sharing Platform. Your ePoster will be available as an online resource for people to view your work before, during and after the event.
 
Please ensure that you have read the abstract submission guidelines. Abstracts submitted after the deadline will not be accepted.

Submission deadline: 5pm Friday 28 August 2020

 

BIR ANNUAL RADIOTHERAPY AND ONCOLOGY MEETING 2021 18-19 MARCH 2021

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 Friday 30 October 2020


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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