Please find below information about Oral Presentations and Poster Presentations.
The deadline for abstract submission is Wednesday 20 March 2019.
Unless otherwise instructed by the authors, all abstracts will be published* in the Journal of Pathology On-line Supplement at the discretion of the Meetings Secretaries and the Editor. Presenters must register for the meeting in advance.
*will be published in due course
Presentations will be allocated 10 minutes each, to include discussion. These will be selected on the basis of the written abstracts.
Those papers not selected for oral presentation will be required to be presented as posters.
Plenary Oral Session
There will be a Plenary Oral Session in which a selection of the highest ranking submitted oral abstracts will be presented.
A prize for the best presentation will be awarded by the Journal of Pathology at the Conference Dinner.
Information for Poster Presenters:
Scienceposters are offering a printing service to delegates. This service includes poster printing on foldable fabric and delivery direct to Harrogate.
Posters should be sized A0 Landscape for printing (84 cm high x 118.8 cm wide).
Publication of abstracts in the Journal of Pathology On-Line Supplement
The presenting author (or another author) must attend the meeting to present the poster during their allocated poster round in order for the abstract to be published in the Journal of Pathology On-line Supplement.
Official Poster Chairman will review the posters as shown in the Programme Summary.
It is requested that posters remain on display for the duration of the meeting.
To be eligible for a prize the presenting author (or another author) must attend the meeting and present the poster during their allocated poster round.
BDIAP Poster Prizes
Awarded for the best 3 posters relevant to diagnostic pathology.
Pathological Society Poster Prizes
Pathological Society’s Sir Alastair Currie Prize and second and third poster prizes.
Winners will be announced at the Conference Dinner.
There will be a Trade Exhibition at the meeting in Hall D.
Free WIFI will be available at the Harrogate Convention Centre.
Before the Meeting enquiries should be addressed to:
Pathological Society of Great Britain & Ireland
150 Minories, London EC3N 1LS, UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 7347 5751 / 5752
British Division of the International Academy of Pathology
Office 133, 155 Minories, Aldgate, London EC3N 1AD, UK
Tel: +44 (0)7887 560177
Please ensure that all relevant information regarding this Meeting is passed on to any non-members who wish to participate.
We will be taking photographs throughout the meeting. The content will be published online and used for promotional purposes.
If you prefer not to be included please notify Sam Kiely, BDIAP Education and Divisional Manager, ahead of the meeting or notify a member of staff at the Registration Desk whilst at the meeting.
The British Division of the IAP and Pathological Society of Great Britain & Ireland cannot be held responsible for any injury or loss sustained during the Meeting.