Submission Deadline: 31st July 2020
A key meeting in the academic calendar
The PCRS conference is a key meeting in the academic calendar for world-leading researchers and early career researchers alike to find out about what is going on elsewhere, share ideas and make new collaborations. With clinical and service development presentations alongside a dedicated virtual area for scientfic posters, it offers an excellent forum for both clinical and non-clinical researchers to gain input from practising clinicians, as well as to stay up-to-date with clinical topics.
Abstract submission now open - oral presentations and posters
We welcome both 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 - providing an opportunity to receive feedback which can still impact the direction of a study.
All abstracts will be subject to peer review. The authors of all abstracts accepted for the conference will be invited to prepare a virtual poster (PDF) for display throughout the conference in the dedicated poster lounge and also invited to submit a 2-3 minute video to accompany the work.
Publication of abstracts
All abstracts accepted for the conference will be published on the PCRS website and abstracts that have not been published elsewhere will be published in the PCRS membership publication Primary Care Respiratory Update.
A free conference place and a bursary towards cover travel and accommodation (£100) for the 2021 PCRS conference will be awarded to the best scientific original research abstract. The winner will also be invited to present their work in a dedicated conference session.
In addition, complimentary registration for the 2021 conference will be awarded to
- The ‘best original research poster' (identified at the conference and judged on impact and clarity of poster).
- The most patient-centred poster as judged by the PCRS lay patient and carer reference group.