Showcase your work
If you are considering submitting a research or best practice abstract to the PCRS Respiratory Conference 2019 remember the deadline is June 30th – that is just ten days away.
Researchers – this is the only UK event in the academic calendar with a stream entirely dedicated to primary care respiratory research. This is the place to share your cutting edge work with colleagues.
We welcome quantitative and qualitative research across the spectrum, from systematic reviews and database studies through to clinical trials and implementation studies. Abstracts on work in progress and study protocols are also welcome.
All abstracts are subject to peer review. Higher scoring abstracts will be invited to give an oral presentation in the npj | Primary Care Respiratory Medicine research stream. Other abstracts have will have the opportunity for a short presentation in a dedicated poster discussion session.
Whether you think of yourself as an innovators, entrepreneurs, or juts a clinician - this is a great opportunity to showcase your work and ideas.
At a time of change everybody needs to learn how they can work smarter, make their service more efficient and cost effective and most importantly - improve the respiratory care that patients receive.
Whether you have introduced an innovative approach to delivering respiratory care in a primary or community care setting, implemented guidelines in your practice or locality, done the basics well, an abstract is a chance to share your experiences with the wider respiratory community, discuss the outcomes and gain acknowledgement for your work. Your colleagues will thank you for doing so!
Clare Cook, respiratory physiotherapist, clinical lead of an integrated community team and Chair of PCRS Clinical Leaders Programme, says one of the conference highlights for her are the poster presentations. “It is such a great way to get a snapshot of innovation going on around the country and getting some contacts who can help me with my next project. Last year’s winner of best original research was exploring the use of CRP as point of care testing - a particular interest of mine.”
Submit your work by June 30.