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Have you considered being part of the BAA Annual Conference 2019 by sharing some of your own research within the programme? If you are a BAA student member and your Abstract is accepted you will qualify for free registration to attend conference.
Check out our new SPARK talks taking place more informally in the Exhibition Hall Pods.
Why not consider presenting your own paper or poster. An integral part of the conference is always the free papers and posters. They provide the ideal opportunity for those working within the audiology field to share best practice, research and network with colleagues. If you have a project or piece of work you have been working on that you would like to share, then why not consider submitting an abstract for presentation as a poster or an oral presentation.
If successful, your research could be displayed at the conference, or you could present it orally to audiologists from the UK and beyond. There will be over 500 delegates in attendance at the conference so this is the perfect opportunity to display your work.
Abstract submissions are now closed.
The British Academy of Audiology are calling for abstracts for posters and speakers at the BAA Conference in Liverpool 14th and 15th November 2019.
The submission categories are:
- Service Innovation
There are 2 presentation options available:
- Oral Paper
- New for 2019 - SPARK talks in the BAA pod
Our SPARK talks are short 10 minute presentation slots in the BAA pod in the exhibition hall. BAA invite you to submit an abstract for the opportunity to share your work, ideas or thoughts in a more informal setting during the breaks in the programme. Have you discovered a new gadget that’s made a difference to your clinic? Do you have a project you need help recruiting for? Is there a question you want to debate with your peers? Do you want to start a network? Have you developed a new patient pathway? The SPARK talks are the place to share such things. Think of them as a cross between Speaker’s Corner/Dragon’s Den/Speed dating/Swap Shop* for all things Audiological.
*BAA will not be providing financial investment or ensuring you will find your life partner.
Abstract Submission - Terms and Conditions
Title: Maximum of 25 words
Abstract: Maximum of 250 words
No tables can be inserted with your submission.
When submitting your abstract you will be asked for your preferred presentation method from: Poster, Oral, SPARK or consider for all of these.
Abstracts should be submitted in the following format:
- Introduction – this should be brief and include a statement of objectives or research question
- Methods – a description of the methods used
- Results – an outline of the results and data
- Discussion – this should outline the implications of the results
- References – list a maximum of four references
If your abstract is successful you MUST register and pay to attend the full conference before Monday 23rd September 2019. If you are not registered by this date your abstract will be withdrawn from the conference. If you are not willing to pay please do not submit an abstract.
Before you submit your abstract take a look at this document to ensure you have all the information required: What information do I require before I start?
You will prepare a poster which will be on display from the first day of the conference and you will be asked to stand by your poster during allocated times to take questions and discuss your research further.
You will be given a slot on the programme where you will deliver a PowerPoint presentation from a podium, taking questions from the audience at the end.
Instructions for Creating a Poster
If you are accepted as a poster presenter at the BAA conference please find below all the the specifications and information you should take into account before preparing your poster.
- Posters MUST be A0 portrait (1189 high x 841mm wide) other sizes or shapes will not be accepted.
- The title of the poster should be clear & unambiguous
- The content of the poster should be accurately described
- The design of the poster should be appropriate to the content i.e. posters about research should present the results and discuss limitations and relevance to practice
- Content should be succinctly explained i.e. not too wordy
- Any results should be clearly explained and presented appropriately
- If you have any conflicts of interest please ensure these are printed on the poster
- To check the overall visual impact of your poster
- Is there appropriate use of pictures and diagrams?
- Have you remembered to use a large font i.e. 20+?
- Does your poster explain itself?
Presenting your Poster
- You may only use velcro tabs to attach your poster to the board (these will be provided by the conference organisers)
- Try to be available during the conference breaks to answer any questions raised by your poster but ensure you are at your poster at the designated time
- You may wish to leave your contact details on the poster.
Please see below three templates which can be adapted for your poster. It is not necessary to use these templates but you may find them helpful.