Call for papers

The call for papers has now closed and abstracts have been accepted for presentation as short talks, 'oral' posters or displayed posters.   

Poster exhibition Liverpool ACC 2015

BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care logoHospice UK’s annual national conference is a key feature of the hospice and palliative care calendar. We bring together people from a wide range of disciplines and settings, within and beyond hospices, to share learning and facilitate debate.

Timetable for next steps

We had a fantastic response to the call for papers. Reviewers have scored all the abstracts and everyone who submitted an abstract has been notified of the selection panel's decision.Those invited to give and oral presentation or to display a poster presentation need to confirm acceptance and register to attend by 7 September 2016. Accepted abstracts will be published by BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, an official journal of Hospice UK.

Our Frequently Asked Questions page explains how abstracts were reviewed and scored and expectations for authors’ attendance at conference. You can also download our guidance for producing an effective poster.

To find out the outcome of your abstract submission, contact Compleat Conference Ltd.

New for 2016

This year a number of posters have been selected as 'oral posters', that is, for a poster discussion session over lunchtime on 18 November 2016. This offers a great opportunity for their authors to engage in facilitated discussion with delegates about their work.

Poster prizes

Prizes will be awarded to one of the 'oral' posters selected for the discussion session, and for one of the displayed posters. The criteria for the poster prizes will be 'design', 'content' and 'innovation'.

Our thanks to BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, an official journal of Hospice UK, for providing the prizes.

Contact us

If you have any questions about your abstract, please check the FAQs page or get in touch.

Sponsors

Sponsors logos for the Hospice UK Annual Conference 2016: haysmacintyre, Lynas Foster Associates, Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie and The National Gardens Scheme

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