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Annual Radiotherapy Conference

Hilton Brighton Metropole 
24-25 January 2020 

Please see our events page for more information and to register online. 

Call for Proffered Papers and Posters is now closed.

The College of Radiographers would welcome proffered papers and posters from students, assistant practitioners, clinical radiographers at all tiers, service managers, research radiographers, educationalists, and other members of the multiprofessional oncology team, within the topic areas of:

  • The patient and carer experience
  • Pre- and post-registration education
  • Radiotherapy and oncology (research, audit, service evaluation) including; quality management (accuracy and safety), service delivery and organisation, and technical delivery

All proffered papers and posters must follow a set format and will be anonymously and independently assessed and marked by the Scientific Committee. Those with the highest marks will be selected for presentation.

Only abstracts submitted via the online form by the closing dates will be considered. Students* can submit by the closing date of Monday 2 September 2019.

*Students' work must be a PRE-REGISTRATION student dissertation; at the time of the conference, you may either be still a student or newly qualified (no longer than 12 months).

Please note that in order to deliver a paper or display a poster (subject to acceptance by the Scientific Committee), authors must register to attend the conference. Posters must be up by the start of conference.

Students who are accepted to present a paper or poster, will be given complimentary registration for one day* plus travel to the conference. This is a great opportunity to be recognised by the radiotherapy workforce and have your work published in an online version of Radiography.

*Friday for proffered poster presenters and Saturday for proffered paper presenters

All accepted paper and poster abstracts will be published in an online version of Radiography and there will be prizes at the conference for the best proffered paper, best poster, best student proffered paper, and best student poster.

For more information on how to write an abstract, how to present a poster, and how to present an oral paper please click here.

Authors may find it helpful to visit this page.

For help or advice, please contact Rachel Harris or Spencer Goodman.

Paper/Poster Submission

Click here to submit your proffered paper or poster.

Please Note: Submission forms can only be completed once, so you will need to prepare your answers to all of the questions.

To assist you with the completion of the form, the information required has been detailed below:

Contact Information

  • Author(s) Name(s)
  • SoR membership number, if applicable
  • Contact Email Address
  • Telephone Number
  • University Address (only students are required to provide this information)
  • Work Address (only non-students are required to provide this information)

Paper/Poster Title

Please provide an abstract (maximum 350 words) using the headings below:

  • Title
  • Author(s)
  • Keywords
  • Introduction
  • Method and Materials
  • Results
  • Conclusion and Discussion

N.B. Numerical references required. Please note that references are not included in abstract word count.

Which topic area(s) best covers your work?

  • The patient and carer experience
  • Pre- and post-registration education
  • Radiotherapy and oncology (research, audit, service evaluation) including; quality management (accuracy and safety), service delivery and organisation, and technical delivery.

Registration for this conference is available at http://www.cvent.com/d/l6qrcn

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