BAS Research Update Meeting 2020

Our next event is our Research Update Meeting at the Teaching and Learning Centre, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. The event will take place on Friday June 5th 2020.

The Research Update Meeting is an ideal opportunity for clinicians and researchers to share and discuss ideas for potential research projects, as well as projects in progress or recently completed, in a supportive environment. It offers the opportunity to receive feedback on ideas and to keep up-to-date on current research activities, as ongoing CPD.

Program
The full programme will be advertised in April 2020. Once you have registered, further details on the location of the event will become available for download under "My recent conference materials" in the menu on the right. The abstracts will also be uploaded here closer to the event. 

Event registration
This event is free of charge to attend, but all attendees of BAS events (including presenters) must be members of the society, and must be registered online for the event.This means your membership must be valid on the day of the conference (June 5th, 2020).  If you are not already a member and wish to join, please click HERE.

As a BAS member you can register HERE.

There is a limited number of tickets available for the event. If you are unable to book tickets on this page but would like to attend the event, please email the Membership secretary HERE, (a few additional spaces might open up later on). 


If you are a member, you can now register for this event HERE, however if not, please register as a member first.
 

Call for project summaries

We welcome abstracts on planned, ongoing or recently completed studies related to aphasia.    Each presentation will be followed by an opportunity for discussion.
 
Please e-mail a summary of your research idea or project to gillian.capriotti@ggc.scot.nhs.uk
 
Deadline: Friday 6th March 2020
 
Summaries should be no more than 400 words. Please include the following headings: Background, Aims, Methods, Results (if applicable) and Conclusion (or future plans).
All submissions will be reviewed anonymously. Authors will be notified of the outcome of the review on Friday 3rd April 2020.