Abstract Submissions 2020

Your abstract submissions will help us to create a packed, varied and inspiring programme. We're looking for your input to ensure the programme is as current and relevant to all critical and immediate care professionals as possible.

We have a range of presentation styles to choose from for delivering your paper, from oral presentations to electronic poster displays. Whether you’re a seasoned presenter or a first time speaker we have lots of guidance and support in place to make sure you get the most out of your session and feel confident in your presentation.

Make sure to review the 'Abstract Submission Guidelines' before proceeding.

Best Abstract Competition
The scientific committee will select the BEST ABSTRACT from those submitted. The winner will win a FREE place to the BACCN Conference 2021 in Belfast. Therefore, make sure you closely follow the guidelines to be in with a chance of winning!

Visit the Conference Resources to read guidelines, watch our first time presenter video and download electronic poster templates.

Once uploaded your abstract will be reviewed by our scientific committee and once all abstracts have been reviewed we will confirm if your paper has been accepted for the conference.

Poster Presentations

Following the success of the last few years we will once again be presenting posters in an electronic format at the conference. This saves the presenter time and money in preparing a paper copy and allows the poster to be sent electronically prior to the conference.

For more information please contact us on info@baccnconference.org.uk

Poster abstracts still need to be submitted via the online abstract portal for review by the scientific committee.


The deadline for submitting your Abstract is Tuesday 31 March 2020.

Already submitted? Make sure you have your confirmation email - if not contact us on 0191 241 4523 or email info@baccnconference.org.uk

Confirmations of acceptance will be sent out mid-May 2020.

Scientific Committee

The scientific committee is responsible for reviewing abstract submissions and have been selected by the conference director. All abstracts are reviewed blind through our online system. The scientific committee is made up of the following:

Learning and Teaching Champion and Teaching Fellow, Northumbria University Associate Professor, London South Bank University Non-medical Lead and Deputy Director, Simulation and Interactive Learning, Guys and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
Associate Professor, Birmingham City University Acute Care Nurse Consultant, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust