The Abstracts (oral, poster or e-poster/virtual) must be sent using the “Abstract Submission form”. Abstracts sent via fax or e-mail will not be accepted.
Submission Deadline: **EXTENDED DEADLINE** 30th June 2022
Authors will be notified about the acceptance or rejection of their Abstract via e-mail not later than 7th July 2022.
Presenting authors must register for conference to present the poster. Early bird ticket sales close on 30th June 2022 to the general public. Successful abstract authors will be eligible for an extended Early Bird rate (£95) deadline of 15th July. Full details will be provided on notification of abstract acceptance.
- Palliative care in primary care
- Palliative care in hospital
- Palliative care in care homes
- Palliative care in hospices
- Palliative care across settings
- Palliative care and other Clinical Sub-specialties
- Disparities and Equity
- Education and Ethics
- Humanistic Care and Ethics
- Methodological Issues in Research and Quality Improvement
- Palliative Nursing
- Psychosocial Interventions and Issues
- Bereavement issues
- Public and Population Health and Policy / compassionate communities
- Symptom Management
Instructions for writing:
- Abstract title should not be more than 200 characters (including spaces).
- Keep abstract text under 2000 characters (including spaces).
- Make the abstract as informative as possible
- The use of tables, graphs and other image types is not permitted
- Use generic drug names
- Abbreviations are permissible provided that the term is spelled out in full the first time it appears, with the abbreviation shown in parentheses following the term.
- Do not put the title or the text of your abstract in all caps.
- Do not identify author(s) or institution(s) in text.
- Proofread your abstract carefully.
For scientific studies, research or research-based projects, organize the body of the abstract as follows:
(a) Objectives, (b) Methods, (c) Results, (d) Conclusions
Conclusions must be supported by data
Preparing your poster:
- All posters have to be in English (A0 or A1 accepted)
- If a scientific paper, organise your poster as follows:
- Introduction/Background – Objective/Methods – Results – Conclusions
- Keep all elements of your poster (pictures, tables, graphics, drawings, photos) simple.
- Remember that the visitor has to be able to read the text from a distance of up to 1.5 m.
- Make sure that the poster speaks for itself and does not require extensive explanations.
- Plan your layout in such a way that the viewer can move her/his eyes from left to right and from top to bottom with appropriate breaks.
- Try to prepare a poster in one part – if constructed with many parts make sure to know the order.
- References can be presented in smaller font size, but you will need to restrict the number of references to a maximum of 6.
- It is also useful to have A4 sheet handouts similar to the poster. This provides a useful ‘take-away’ resource. Please make sure you provide your contact details on the handout.
Posters will be on display on 14th September 2022. Mounting material to hang your poster will be provided by our team. Poster presenters are requested to be present at their poster during the Poster Networking Session during breaks. Delegates will have the opportunity to meet with the abstract authors to discuss their research and ask questions.