Time to submit your poster abstracts for the RCGP Annual Conference 2019

You can now submit an abstract and claim a place for your research poster at the RCGP Annual Conference and Exhibition in Liverpool.

More than 1,500 GPs are expected to attend the event, from 24-26 October 2019, where the posters are an essential part of the conference and attract great interest from delegates.

A selection of authors will also be chosen by a peer-review panel to present their work in a series of short paper sessions at the event.

All posters published online

All exhibited abstracts and posters are published on the RCGP Annual Conference website and app, allowing delegates easy access to your work and contact details, while making it available to a worldwide audience.

The first entry period opened on 21 January and runs to 18 March 2019. Find out more about submission deadlines here, and all the information you need to submit an abstract.

Poster streams for 2019:

  • Emerging technologies
  • Clinical
  • Audit or Practice Survey
  • Research
  • International
  • Service Delivery
  • Ethics
  • Innovation
  • Quality Improvement
  • Education
  • Adolescent Health

Delegate registration is also now open for the RCGP Annual Primary Care Conference & Exhibition, with more than 80 hours of sessions tackling the latest clinical and policy developments across the UK. Full details on ticket prices, exhibition opportunities and sponsorship here.

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