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Call for Abstracts - Improving Quality-of-Life for People with Chronic Conditions - deadline 16th January 2016

23 October 2015 - 9:06pm

The Physiotherapy Research Society (PRS) invites presentations of original ongoing or concluded research projects for oral or poster presentations. All health professions are strongly encouraged to submit their research if it is relevant for physiotherapists. 

The PRS invites original, unpublished research projects for oral or poster presentations. All health professions are strongly encouraged to submit their research. We invite research relating to, but not restricted to, the topic Improving Quality-of-Life for People with Chronic Conditions. We especially encourage research projects that are interdisciplinary in nature, and/or linking research and practice. The abstracts of no more than 350 words plus up to two references should cover background, methods, results and discussion in an unstructured research summary.

Research protocols that are funded and/or registered detailing background and purpose, methods, and projected implications are also welcome.

The deadline for submission is the 16th January. Submitters will be notified by the 16th February 2016 whether their abstracts have been selected and in which form, for poster or oral presentation.

To submit your abstract please follow the link to the PRS Abstract Online submission below.Examples and the preferred reference style can be found on the attached Research summaries and Guidance for abstracts documentation.

Through the PRS’ association with the International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (IJTR) the accepted abstracts will be considered for publication in a research summary form, subject to authors’ permission and ITJR editorial board approval.

For any queries regarding the abstracts please contact Dr Liba Sheeran.

 Please follow this link for information and registration and submit your abstract here

Please submit your abstracts here.

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