BCLA Clinical Conference & Exhibition
Call for Papers, Posters and Workshops
11 - 13 June 2021 | Manchester
Would you like to be a part of the 2021 BCLA Clinical Conference?
This is a great opportunity to share your knowledge and best practice, giving peers the benefit of your expertise and knowledge. The conference, which is designed to showcase world class clinically relevant research, also aims to nurture new researchers, clinicians and young academics to present at this level.
Call for paper/posters pre-screen deadline*: Midnight (GMT) 27 November 2020
Final Submission deadline (ALL): Midnight (GMT) 10 January 2021
CALL FOR PAPERS & POSTERS
The science stream is assessed in the form of abstracts that can be submitted as a poster only or as a paper/poster (allocated by the BCLA Academic Committee). Paper talks are usually 15 minutes or 6 minutes rapid fire. Case reports will be in poster format. Only one abstract can be submitted for each first author. New science and Case Reports will be considered for inclusion in the programme on any topic related to contact lenses and/or the anterior eye.
Please ensure that you have read and understood the submission criteria and guidelines document before submitting an abstract. Paper and Poster submissions must be made using the 'Call for Papers & Posters' online submission form.
CALL FOR WORKSHOPS
Workshop submissions will be considered for inclusion in the programme on any topic related to contact lenses and/or the anterior eye (topics of particular interest can be found in the criteria and guidelines document). Workshops will be 75 minutes which will be accredited for CET/CPD on current topics relevant to contact lens practice, with at least 75% of the time being hands-on for delegates to learn a new skill OR interactive peer discussion for delegates to reflect.
Please ensure that you have read and understood the submission criteria and guidelines document before submitting an abstract. Workshop submissions must be made using the 'Call for Workshops' online submission form.