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Ten top tips: writing a conference abstract

Jacqui Fletcher
27 February 2020

Submitting your work to a conference can seem a little daunting if you have never done it before but it is a great way of sharing your work with the wider world. If you have not been invited to speak at the conference, you can submit your work for inclusion and this can give you the opportunity to share in different ways. Usually, this will be as a free paper presentation or as a poster. Both are an excellent way of sharing work that you have undertaken, be it participation in research, an interesting case study, an audit, an educational initiative or even a quality improvement project and you will usually be asked to indicate which category you would prefer when you submit your abstract.

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