Abstract Submission Form

2nd-3rd November 2017, Corinthia Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic

Instructions for abstract submission:

  • Abstracts relating to any aspect of anaesthesia and perioperative care for orthopaedic patients are invited
  • The material must not have been published, or presented at another national (UK), European or World anaesthetic meeting
Abstract submission opens: 20th April 2017
Deadline for abstract submission: 10th September 2017
Information about Whether Oral and Poster or Poster Presentation: 25th September 2017

We aim to Inform successful authors within seven working days of abstract submission of their acceptance/rejection to give a poster presentation. This will enable presenters to book the best deals on registration and travel and book study leave. Further information about the poster format shall be sent in the invitation e-mail. All the accepted authors need to register for the conference.

Our Scientific Committee will select the best abstracts for Oral presentation. Invitation for Oral presentation should be sent out to authors of the best abstracts by 25th September 2017.

Oral presentation is likely to be 7 minutes in duration.


Please note,  that if you wish to have information about acceptance/rejection of your abstract to be enable to register for Early registration fee, you are kindly asked to submit your abstract in time. Deadline for Early registration is on 1st July 2017. More information about Registration can be found HERE.

Abstract Submission Form

  • Principal (corresponding) Author

  • Other Authors

  • Abstract

    (the max. length is 300 words, including references)
  • Remember to put references in square brackets with a space between numbers if more than one
  • Remember to include ethics approval and statistics here. Only one paragraph in each section unless a figure or table is included. Spell out all numbers at the beginning of sentences; those in the middle of a sentence should be spelled out if less than ten, but numerals are OK if 10 or greater. Twelve therefore like this but 12 like this but nine always like this. An exception is when units are used, e.g. 9 mm.
  • Preferred format for numbers is x (y%) – ie don’t forget the percentage. Include a single Figure or Table if you wish – but no colour please! Each Figure or Table should have a title describing the symbols (e.g. women (circles) and men (triangles), or dogs (solid lines) and cats (dotted lines), etc.); don’t include a legend box within a graph or a box around the whole graph. The legend should also say “Values are mean (SD)” etc so readers know what the numbers refer to. Remember to give an indication of variability, not just the mean or median – ie either mean (SD) or median (interquartile range [range]). The interquartile range should be x-y not a single number.
  • Format: Name A, Name B. Title here. Journal name in full please 2003; 22: 123-4.
  • (gif, jpeg, jpg or png, up to 2 MB)
    Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: gif, jpg, jpeg, png.
  • Declaration

  • By submitting this abstract, I hereby confirm that each author / presenter listed agree with the content of this abstract and has given permission to be listed as an author / presenter.

    I hereby confirm that the material has not been published, or presented at another National (UK), European or World anaesthetic meeting.

    I have checked the accuracy of the information and referencing within this abstract.

    I understand that should my abstract be accepted for presentation, I am required to complete a meeting registration. I understand that my abstract will not be published until my registration and full payment has been received.

    I hereby provide permission for the Organizers to publish my abstract on the B.S.O.A website.

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