Abstract submission guidelines
Abstracts for poster / oral presentation are welcomed for the RA-UK & ISURA Joint Scientific Meeting poster competition. The submitted work should be related to the science and clinical practice of regional anaesthesia or pain.
Suitable abstract submission categories include
Quality Improvement / Service development
Audit / Survey
Case Reports / Series
Abstract submission- Is now open
Abstract submission closes - Sunday 26th March 2023
Abstract review - Sunday 2nd April 2023
Confirmation of abstract acceptance - Thursday 6th April 2023
All abstracts will be judged by an expert panel, using a standardised scoring system.
Successful candidates will be notified by email on 6th April 2023. Please note that it will not be possible to offer individual feedback on abstracts that are not accepted.
Minimum one author from each abstract is expected to register for the conference.
All accepted authors have the option to display printed poster at the conference. Preferred printing method and supplier will be explained on acceptance of Abstract. A service will be available to have posters printed and mounted on site to avoid the need for transport.
All accepted abstracts will be published on the conference website.
The top 3 abstracts will be published in the British Journal Of Anaesthesia!
Authors of each of the top three abstracts will be invited to nominate an author to deliver an oral presentation. A minimum of one author for each paper must register and attend in person to be eligible for these top three prizes
1st place: ESRA Congress registration fee and additional costs up to £500 + 1 year RAUK membership.
2nd place: RAUK Annual Meeting registration fee and additional costs up to £250 + 1 year RAUK membership.
3rd place: £250 + 1 year RAUK membership
Paediatric Regional Anaesthesia Prize Sponsored by Mindray: £250
Instructions for all Authors
Abstracts will be submitted through our online submission system.
The Abstract submission system is now open.
Enter a title for your abstract in less than 20 words.
The abstract submission system will allow a 250-word abstract excluding title, author details and references.
The text of the abstract should contain the following headings; introduction, methods, results and discussion. Case reports should follow introduction, case or cases, discussion.
A statement must be included indicating ethical approval where applicable.
Use a blank line to separate paragraphs.
References should be in Vancouver style.
Enter details of each author.
Choose a category that best represents your abstract.
Indicate whether your abstract is related to Regional Anaesthesia or Chronic Pain.
Up to two figures and/or tables may also be included.
Disclose any financial support or conflict of interest where applicable.