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|UKABIF Poster Award 2019|
UKABIF POSTER award 2019 - NOW CLOSED FOR APPLICATIONS
UKABIF will offer space for poster presentations at their forthcoming conference, which takes place on the 11th of November 2019 at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Any non-commercial poster related to acquired brain injury is welcome at the meeting. There will be dedicated time for poster presenters at the conference. The presenting author is expected to register for and attend the UKABIF Conference. Conference fees for attendance are based on the professional status of the applicant (£99 for NHS/Public Sector, £195/£250 for others depending on membership status. Further information about the conference is available here.
Presenting authors must register for the conference by 15th October 2019 in order to ensure their abstract included in the conference book.
This year we are offering an engagement prize. Posters will be judged by UKABIF member delegates. To qualify for the engagement prize you will need to send a PDF of your poster to firstname.lastname@example.org by 20th October 2019. These PDFs will be made available on a secure part of the UKABIF website in order to facilitate comments from UKABIF members who are unable to see the poster at the conference. Members include professionals from all disciplines as well as care providers, family members and those with lived experience of acquired brain injury.
Public engagement is defined as "the involvement of specialists listening to, developing their understanding of, and interacting with, non-specialists". In spirit the public engagement concept, we will be judging posters on the ability to communicate their project to a non-specialist audience. Poster do not need to be about public engagement but must be engaging to the public.
The Engagement Prize winner will receive £100, free UKABIF membership for 2020 and free admission to the 2020 conference.
If you have any questions about poster presentations please contact Chloe Hayward email@example.com or call 0345 6080788.