One of the British Geriatrics Society’s primary objectives is to showcase high quality scientific research at its conferences and the BGS wants to present your research.
|Meeting||Abstract submission open||Submission link|
|NW Thames Spring Meeting 2020||20 January - 14 February 2020 (5 pm)||Submit your abstract here|
|Northern Region Spring Meeting 2020||16 January 2020-21 February 2020 (5 pm)|
|Wales Spring Meeting 2020||16 January 2020-21 February 2020 (5 pm)||Submit your abstract here|
|Mersey Spring Meeting 2020||20 January 2020-28 February 2020 (5 pm)||Submit your abstract here|
BGS Autumn Meeting 2019 abstract results
Please click here to view the results of abstract adjudication.
Abstract submission guidelines
Abstracts are encouraged and will be accepted as platforms or posters to be displayed at the meeting.
Please read the instructions below before preparing your abstract.
Your abstract must include:
- A title
- Names of authors (presenting author to be underlined)
- Provenance (i.e. place of work)
- Contact details (including telephone number and email address)
The abstract text should be no longer than 300 words and must be in English. Where possible, please use the four standard sub-headings of:
Please submit your abstract (prepared according to the general guidelines above) via the relevant link above.
All abstracts are considered by a scientific committee.
The results of adjudication (oral or poster presentation) will be notified to first named authors within two weeks of the closing date.
If you have any questions please call the abstracts manager on 0207 608 8574
The BGS is looking for work in the categories of:
- Cardiovascular disorders
- Osteoporosis, rheumatology and bone health
- Health promotion
- Movement disorders
- Frailty and sarcopenia
- Health service delivery
- Dementia, delirium and mental health
- Falls and fractures
- Research into ageing and improving health of older people
- Community geriatrics
- Bladder and bowel health
Four prizes are awarded at each meeting for: the best platform presentation; the best scientific research poster; the best clinical quality poster; and the best poster led by a nurse or therapist. Abstracts of work to be presented at our Spring and Autumn meetings may be published as an online supplement of the Age and Ageing journal. There are also opportunities to exhibit at our one-day special interest group events.