PMP 2019 Poster Exhibition

Poster abstract submissions are now open for the PMP SIG Conference- 11th &12th September 2019, Bristol

Abstracts accepted by the PMP Conference poster team will be invited to exhibit their poster throughout the Conference. All accepted abstracts will be made available as a hard copy in the Conference pack and electronically for members to download from the website at the conclusion of the Conference.

At the Conference, invited judges will choose the best poster, and two runners-up. Prizes will be awarded for these three posters. The conference programme will also include an integrated poster session during which these three selected poster authors will be invited to give a brief talk summarising their research and answer questions from the floor.

The deadline for abstract submission is Friday, 14th June 2019. Successful applicants will be notified no later than Friday, 28th June 2019.

Please click here to submit an abstract

Abstract Information

Your abstract should contain the following information:

  • Title, author(s), affiliation, email address of contact author(s)
  • Background - Max. 150 words
  • Aims - Max. 50 words
  • Methods - Max. 150 words
  • Results - Max. 150 words
  • Conclusion - Max. 100 words 
  • Conflict of Interest- Authors must declare any financial support received or any conflict of interests on their poster abstract.
  • Ethical Guidelines- Abstracts must conform to the Home Office license requirements for animal research and to the International Association for the Study of Pain’s ethical guidelines for animal research. To view the IASP guidelines for use of animals in research please click here. To view the guidelines for pain research in humans click here

Case studies or reports of qualitative work may vary from this format. If you are in doubt, we suggest that you approach your mentor or the clinical tutor attached to your institution for advice.

In order to support novice poster designers, we will be able to offer feedback on an abstract before submission, and on a draft poster.

Please contact PMP Poster Lead Peter Gladwell to request advice: Peter.Gladwell@nbt.nhs.uk


Author of Poster Abstracts

If a poster has several authors, the Society will correspond with the first author, and it is the responsibility of this person to pass on any relevant information regarding the Conference to the intended presenter and/or other authors as necessary.

Reproduction of Abstracts

By submitting an abstract you automatically give us permission to publish your submission as part of the conference pack which will be available as a hard copy to delegates and for BPS Members to download from the website at the conclusion of the Conference.