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11th Sep 2019

Opportunities to present at national Anaesthesia Research event

The new NIAA-led two-day meeting Anaesthesia Research 2019 will be held on 2 & 3 December and there are plenty of opportunities across the event programme for researchers to get involved in presenting their work.


NIAA Research Award

Aimed at new investigators with a project or a research 'body of work' (equivalent to two or more papers on one subject, or from an MD/PhD thesis) that covers an evidence-based research question. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to present at Anaesthesia Research 2019.
More information available here


Posters

We are calling for submissions of abstracts for poster display at Anaesthesia Research 2019. This opportunity is open to all who are interested or active in research in anaesthesia and perioperative medicine.

More information and how to submit is available in the guidelines below
 Guidelines for RCoA poster competition_0.pdf (337 KB)


Anaesthetic Research Society (ARS) / BJA Research Forum abstracts

The ARS invites abstract submissions for the BJA Research Forum that cover:

  • Anaesthesia, its related disciplines and subspecialties
  • Clinical and laboratory research
  • Robust Quality Improvement projects


Full details on criteria and how to submit is available in the guidelines below and on the ARS website

 BJA Research Forum_ARS abstract guidelines.pdf (120 KB)


UK Perioperative Medicine Clinical Trials Network (POMCTN) trial proposals

Investigators who wish to present trial proposals at Anaesthesia Research 2019 should complete the short submission form below and return it to the CTN by email before 7th October

Proposals may be accepted after the deadline if there are presentation slots still available. Please contact the CTN to enquire.

 POMCTN New Study Proposal Template Outline v1.4 (2016).docx (82 KB)


If you are a research-active clinician, academic, scientist in anaesthesia, perioperative medicine, critical care, pain, clinical studies, basic science and translational research, clinical trials and trial proposals, or health services research there will be an opportunity suitable for you to take part in this inaugural event.


Click the links above for more information on each opportunity.

Good luck!


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