Call for poster abstract submissions for SW AHSN ‘Sharing Best Practice’ Conference

Delegates of the SW AHSN Sharing Best Practice Conference are invited to submit a poster abstract to present at the event, taking place on Wednesday 30 November, 09:00-16:30 at Exeter Racecourse.

The poster presentations will give delegates the opportunity to share what they are working on in their organisations and how these great ideas can be shared across the region. We will be asking delegates to vote on the poster that they found most useful and which project they would be most likely to implement in their own organisations.

The posters will be presented on baffle boards in the refreshment area at the conference. First prize will be a £100 Amazon Gift Card, with second prize a £50 gift card presented by Dr Phil Hammond at the end of the day.

If you would like to submit an abstract of your work, please complete the application form and return to Chloe Brind at events@swahsn.com by Friday 14 October 2016. You will be notified with any further information by email by Friday 21 October.

You will be expected to produce a colour poster of a size no bigger than B1 (70.7 x 100cm) and will be required to attend the event for the full day to present this poster.

If you have any queries regarding poster abstracts or the conference please contact events@swahsn.com

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