Abstract information requirements
Word processed abstracts should be submitted electronically to BAS.email@example.com no later than 17 March 2019. Abstracts should be structured under the following headings: background, method, results/findings, discussion. Word limit is 400 words and authors should cite no more than 4 references. Abstracts must not contain figures or tables. Please use 'BAS2019 abstract submission' in the subject line.
The presentation options are: 1) Oral presentation; 2) Lightening talk; 3) Workshop; 4) 5 minute 'soapbox'; 5) Multi-media submission, for example a YouTube clip, film or documentary; or 6) Poster.
For the 'soapbox' we are encouraging people to share cases from clinical practice or research that were successful, or where there were learning opportunities, that would be of interest to the audience. These abstracts can be structured under the following headings: background to the case (maintaining confidentiality); what was done, e.g. the assessment or intervention used; discussion of key learning points; and take home messages.
Please outline your top three preferences in your email (where 1 is your first preference for presentation).
All contributing authors should be named in the abstract with their respective affiliations and contact details. A single corresponding author should be clearly identified. Abstracts will be independently reviewed anonymously by two members of the scientific committee. Authors will be notified in June 2019.
For enquiries please contact: Dr Ciara Shiggins (Chair of Organising Committee)
Deadline: March 17th 2019
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