|Location||ICC Belfast, BT1 3WH|
|CPD||Up six hours per day subject to peer group approval|
Our annual conference includes latest research and clinical advances in child and adolescent psychiatry, and we welcome colleagues working in the field of child and adolescent mental health.
The conference programme will be launched in the spring.
We invite all professionals and researchers to participate by sending abstracts for posters, short oral paper presentations and workshops. Submissions should be in the form of an abstract of approximately 300 words and submitted by 17 March 2019, 23:59pm.
Applicants will be informed of the results whether they have been accepted or not in mid May or earlier if possible. If accepted, your abstract will be included in the conference handbook.
1. Posters and short papers for oral presentation of research findings, clinical innovations or ideas. Poster presentations are intended to be the main medium for communication of new material. Oral presentations can be considered from trainees, or consultants of less than 2 years standing who commenced the study while trainees.
2. Workshops These can either address clinical skills and new developments, or particular areas of methodology, practice or development in teaching or research. Submissions should describe the workshop’s learning goals and the intended methods of achieving these through the workshop format. Please note that workshops can have a maximum of 2 presenters who will be entitled to complimentary registration on day of talk. Additional presenters are welcome but would need to register as paying delegates.
Submit your abstract via our online submission tool.
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