Abstract submission is now closed for the BAPEN Annual Conference 2023.
Each year, BAPEN invites research papers of high quality in areas of nutrition research, to be submitted to its annual conference. Abstract submissions are peer reviewed for quality of research, scientific content and logical presentation. Accepted abstracts are scheduled as oral or poster abstract presentations.
If you have any questions relating to abstract submission, please contact the Conference Organiser: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re hesitating or unsure about putting an abstract together, then do have a read of these top tips to help prepare an abstract
Accepted abstracts should submit their PDF poster by 10th November 2023. Please follow the link below to submit.
Prizes and Awards
Applicants in undergraduate or postgraduate medical, or surgical, training may submit their abstract for consideration of the Powel-Tuck Prize which includes £100 prize fund, see further details here
Should you wish your abstract to be considered please tick the appropriate box when you submit your abstract and confirm your GMC number.
Dietitians may submit abstracts on nutritional support for the PENG Award.
The PENG Award is an annual supportive educational grant sponsored by Abbott, Fresenius Kabi and Nutricia who each give £500 sponsorship. In recent years PENG as one of the core groups of BAPEN have awarded £500 each to three PENG members who have had an abstract accepted to BAPEN. The award is open to all PENG members who can submit their BAPEN abstract to be scored by PENG to allocate the awards to the three highest scoring.
To join PENG, please go to: www.peng.org.uk/join-us/
Pam Harris Medal Lecture
Nurses may submit their abstract for consideration of the Pam Harris Medal Lecture. A financial contribution will be made to help enable the winner to attend the BAPEN Conference. Should you wish your abstract to be considered please tick the appropriate box when you submit your abstract and confirm your NMC number.