• Slide 1: Cover slide – case title, authors and affiliations
• Slide 2: Text slide – case synopsis and final diagnosis (250 words maximum)
• Slide 3: Figures slide – up to 4 annotated images
The Derrick Martin Prize will be awarded for the best interesting case presented by a trainee. The winner will receive a prize of £200 in John Lewis vouchers. The Interesting Cases Session is also open to Consultants, but they are not eligible for the Derrick Martin Prize.
• We will accept abstract submissions from both Consultants and trainees, although Consultants are not eligible for the prizes. These might be audit and quality improvement pro-jects, education projects, technical developments, scientific reports or educational exhib-its.
• Please ensure the type of submission is indicated in the brief description section of the up-load form provided via the link below.
• Abstracts should be submitted as a Word document and include the Title, Authors and In-stitutions above the body of the abstract.
• The body of the abstract should not exceed 250 words. If you are submitting a scientific report, please use the following headings: Background, Methods, Results, Discussion.
• Accepted abstracts will be invited to present e-posters at the BSGAR Annual Meeting (full details will be provided after acceptance).
Please note that successful applicants must register for the meeting prior to final confirmation of acceptance. Society Membership is not a pre-requisite for submission or acceptance so please forward to colleagues and trainees when the time comes!
Any queries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org