2017 BRITISH & IRISH HYPERTENSION SOCIETY (BIHS) ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING
Technology and Innovation Centre BuildingGLASGOW, UK Visit the Venue to read more
Dear Friends and Colleagues
We are delighted to invite you to Glasgow for the British and Irish Hypertension Society Annual Scientific Meeting which will take place Monday –Wednesday 11-13 September 2017. The conference will be held at The Technology and Innovation Centre at the University of Strathclyde, which is located in the heart of the city centre, allowing easy access to transport and accommodation.
The meeting is open to all healthcare professionals with an interest in cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure, and is not only among the most important events in the calendar to exchange new ideas, but is also a great networking opportunity in a convivial atmosphere. Programme updates will be notified as they develop.
The usual prizes will be awarded: two Young Investigators will be given the opportunity to present their work in either America or Australia in our reciprocal programme; The Nurses & AHP Award; the Poster Prize; and the Dr Robert Grayson award for research into diseases of the aorta and blood vessels.
We look forward to welcoming you to Glasgow!
Dr Adrian Brady
Dr Carmel McEniery
Professor John Potter
University of East Anglia, UK
Foundation Clinical Professor and Head of Medicine (Ageing & Stroke Section) in the School of Medicine, University of East Anglia since 2006 and Honorary Consultant Physician, Department of Stroke Medicine, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals, Norwich. Main research interests are centred on cerebrovascular disease, hypertension and cardiovascular risk, cardiovascular physiology of ageing in particular cardiovascular causes of syncope.
Professor Anthony Wierzbicki
Guy's & St Thomas Hospitals, UK
Professor Anthony Wierzbicki is consultant at Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospitals. He was scientific chair of HEART-UK (the Cholesterol charity). At NICE he contributed to the Familial Hypercholesterolaemia guideline (CG71) and chaired the Lipid Modification Guideline (CG181). He currently chairs the Chronic Heart Failure and Hypertension guideline development groups.
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
Amending a Submission
Should you need to amend your abstract, you can do so up until the deadline for submission. Simply save your abstract as a draft and return to amend as many times as you like before the deadline.
PLEASE NOTE ONCE THE ABSTRACT HAS BEEN SUBMITTED YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO EDIT IT.
Withdrawing an Abstract
If you want to withdraw an abstract please contact email@example.com
How are Abstracts Selected?
Abstracts are reviewed and shortlisted by members BIHS who will assess whether the proposed paper fits the scope of the conference.
ABSTRACTS SHOULD DESCRIBE WORK UNDERTAKEN WHICH IS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR CLINICAL NATURE. ABSTRACTS OF A COMMERCIAL NATURE WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
• Abstracts will be considered for oral or poster presentation, and authors should indicate their presentation preference (Oral, Poster or Either). Abstracts which receive the highest grades from the referees will be selected for oral presentation.
• Abstracts selected for presentation to the Society will be published in the Journal of Human Hypertension (authors who do NOT want their abstract published in JHH are asked to tick the relevant box on the on-line abstract submission system – abstracts not being published in JHH will also not appear in the abstract booklet available at the time of the meeting).
• Authors will be asked to complete a Conflict of Interest Declaration on the submission website. Please only declare commercial conflict of interests, not funding from recognised grant-awarding bodies.
• Each abstract will be refereed blind by five reviewers.
• Ten minutes (plus five minutes discussion) will be allocated to each Oral Presentation.
• Authors will be notified of the outcome of the abstract submission on the 9th June. Authors of accepted abstracts will be sent a copy of their abstract to confirm it has been reproduced correctly from the on-line submission before it is sent to the journal. There will be a certain number of bursaries available for presenters of Young Investigator oral abstracts to attend the meeting, further details to follow.
You will be notified if your abstract has been accepted or rejected by Friday 9th of June. All presenters who are accepted must register to attend the meeting. The early registration deadline is on Monday 19th of June.
Should you have any queries relating to submission of your abstract then please do not hesitate to contact the Conference Secretariat firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract submission deadline 2017-06-17
There are a range of partnership opportunities available at the annual scientific meeting. Please email us if you wish to be added to the database and the Partnership Prospectus will be emailed to you as soon as it is available.
Meetings Secretariat , BIHS