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Abstract 1020 - 1032

The abstracts of work submitted for the BGS Autumn 2017 meeting in London have now been adjudicated. Under the new system, all scientific research abstracts were accepted. The clinical effectiveness abstracts were adjudicated and some will have been rejected, although not as many as in the past.

You will need your original reference number which was given to you when you first submitted your abstract in order to find it here.

For those of you who did not have your abstract accepted on this occasion, please do not be discouraged. 

If you have been accepted, please download your confirmation form which must be completed and returned to the BGS office by 6th November 2017 at the latest. You will also need to register as a delegate for the meeting in the usual way (click here).

All queries to Ms Joanna Gough ()

Alternative links to the CONFIRMATION forms

Click here for poster confirmation forms

Click here for platform presentation confirmation forms


Old Abstract Reference Number:AM-1020

Title of Abstract: Favourite Chairs - And The Space In Front - Pose A Significant Challenge For People At High Risk Of Falling, Therapists, Designers and Engineers

Principal Contact: Dr Emma Stack

Adjudication Result:  Poster


Old Abstract Reference Number:AM-1021

Title of Abstract: Developing an effective structured tool to improve clinical assessment of inpatient falls

Adjudication Result:  Not accepted


Old Abstract Reference Number:AM-1022

Title of Abstract: In-situ simulation is an effective teaching method for teaching care home staff about common conditions in older patients

Principal Contact: Tapiwa Moffatt

Adjudication Result:  Poster


Old Abstract Reference Number:AM-1023

Title of Abstract: King's Neurosurgical Inreach from Gerontology for Head Trauma and other neuroSurgical care (KNIGHTS). Just Shiny Armour or ready for Battle?

Description of a pilot project to improve the outcomes and length of stay of older neurosurgical patients in a

Principal Contact: Fionna Martin

Adjudication Result:  Poster


Old Abstract Reference Number:AM-1024

Title of Abstract: Post-discharge telephone consultation aimed at reducing readmissions following discharge from a geriatric ward

Principal Contact: Dr Wei Tan

Adjudication Result:  Poster


Old Abstract Reference Number:AM-1025

Title of Abstract: Payment by Results and the new HRG 4+: Implications for geriatric medicine departments.

Principal Contact: Amit Arora

Adjudication Result:  Poster


Old Abstract Reference Number:AM-1026

Title of Abstract: Identifying frailty at the front door - an audit into the success of the introduction of a frailty score into an emergency department

Principal Contact: Sally Briggs

Adjudication Result:  Poster


Old Abstract Reference Number:AM-1028

Title of Abstract: Invasion versus overgrowth: understanding why respiratory pathogens colonise the mouth prior to development of pneumonia.

Principal Contact: V C Ewan

Adjudication Result:  Poster


Old Abstract Reference Number:AM-1029

Title of Abstract: Clinical and biological features of delirium and their predictive effects on outcome; a prospective cohort study.

Principal Contact: T Jackson

Adjudication Result:  Poster


Old Abstract Reference Number:AM-1030

Title of Abstract: Reduced neutrophil migratory function is associated with delirium in older people with pneumonia

Principal Contact: T Jackson

Adjudication Result:  Poster


Old Abstract Reference Number:AM-1031

Title of Abstract: Shared genetic influence on frailty and chronic widespread pain: a study from TwinsUK

Principal Contact: M Ni Lochlainn

Adjudication Result:  Poster


Old Abstract Reference Number:AM-1032

Title of Abstract: Does selenium-enriched flour increase plasma selenium levels? Plan for a randomised controlled trial.

Principal Contact: M Ni Lochlainn

Adjudication Result:  Poster

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