FREE online member event - Wednesday 14th July

Title: Writing a Successful Abstract

As a society we are keen to support new and experienced researchers in getting their research out there for people to see. 

This is the first in a series of events designed to support our members in their research journey designed to help you in writing and submitting your research abstract whether it be for conference or for publication.

This event is free for our members, and is £15 for non-members.

 

Join the Physiotherapy Research Society in our virtual workshop exploring all things related to abstract writing. Whether you're submitting an abstract to a journal with the hope for publication, or to a conference for poster or podium presentation, we hope to provide you with the tools and skills you need to get started.

Five of our Executive Committee, each of whom have successfully applied to conferences and/or publications to present their research, will be running the session. They are ready to share their practical tips and pointers for helping you with writing a successful abstract, based on their experience and learnings over the years.

By the end of the session you will be able to:

  • Explain why writing a good title and abstract are important
  • Appreciate what information you need to know before starting to write your abstract
  • Consider the main aspects to be aware of when writing an abstract
  • Critique different examples of abstracts
  • Identify resources to help you when writing abstracts
  • Develop skills to write your own abstract

Following the session on Wednesday 14th, there will be the opportunity to utilise the expertise of our presenters for peer support over the course of this year, for when you are putting together your own abstract for submission.

Our hope is that through this workshop and the peer support following it, we can help you achieve getting your research out to a wider audience via the numerous platforms available.

To book onto this event, please follow this link

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