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Call For Posters Now Open

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20th December 2016

This year’s NHSScotland Event is being held on 20 and 21 June at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow. The theme of this year’s Event is ‘Working Differently Across Boundaries: Transforming Health and Social Care’.

One of the key features at the Event is the poster exhibition and with over 500 innovative teams and individuals submitting their projects in 2016, this is a networking opportunity not to be missed. 

The NHSScotland Poster Exhibition forms an integral part of best practice, learning and sharing at the Event. Entries will be shortlisted and over 200 successful abstract submitters will be invited to display a poster at this year’s Event. 

Poster abstracts should showcase examples of how your work embeds the quality of ambitions and is taking forward the priority areas identified for action in the journey towards 2020 and beyond.

This is a great opportunity to raise awareness of your project, gain recognition, share best practice and make new contacts within NHSScotland. 

The Call for Posters Guide can be found in the Posters section of the website and contains information on the process for submitting an abstract, as well as details on all the poster categories.

The posters will be judged at the Event and there will be a winner in each category as well as a winner of the People’s Choice Poster Award to be voted for by the delegates at the Event. 

There will also be a Transformational Change Award which will recognise work that is transforming the way care is provided in Scotland. If poster authors want their abstract to be considered for this award, please ensure this is fully illustrated in the abstract.

The posters will be judged at the Event and a winner will be selected in each poster category, including the Transformational Change Award and the People’s Choice Poster Award. Winners will be announced on 21 June 2017.

Please also view the Poster FAQs which will help to answer any queries you may have in relation to the poster process.