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Abstracts for ASMIRT 2018 are still open for ePosters only.
All other submission categories have closed.
Thanks to all who have submitted abstracts for consideration for ASMIRT 2018.
If you are an invited speaker you will get a link to upload your abstract sent to you via email.
Eposters abstract close date = 18 November 2017
Take the next step towards your MRS career by presenting to your peers and debating the issues and topics of interest that matter to you most! This is YOUR chance to present papers and posters to your peers, sharing case studies or scenarios you have encountered, or raising issues you think need extra debate.
Details on how to submit your Student Conference paper will be published on the Conference website closer to the submission open date.
If you are submitting an abstract for research that you have completed as part of your honours project where you have collected data, e.g. quantitative results or completed an interview or focus group, or if you have completed a systematic review you should use the ‘Scientific matrix’. This also applies to any research project you have completed where quantitative or qualitative data was collected and/or analysed.
If you are submitting an abstract to present a patient case study, a novel technique related to any area of MRS practice (e.g. imaging, planning), a literature review or an issue you feel requires additional discussion/debate you should use the ‘Non-scientific matrix’.
For the ASMIRT 2018 Student Conference, abstracts should be submitted in the same format as abstracts for the main conference. Please visit our abstracts page to learn more about submitting your abstracts.
ASMIRT Student Conference – Diagnostic Prize (paper)
Awarded to the student diagnostic radiographer/medical imaging member who presents the best paper at the annual student conference.
ASMIRT Student Conference – Diagnostic Prize (ePoster)
Awarded to the student diagnostic radiographer/medical imaging member who presents the best eposter at the annual student conference.
ASMIRT Student Conference – Radiation Therapy Prize (paper)
Awarded to the student radiation therapist member who presents the best paper at the annual student conference.
ASMIRT Student Conference – Radiation Therapy Prize (ePoster)
Awarded to the student radiation therapist member who presents the best eposter at the annual student conference.
The ASMIRT 2018 Student Conference will be held on Friday 16 March 2018. The program will include invited speakers, social event and early careers forum. Student delegates will also be given the opportunity to present their own work to their student peers in a comfortable, safe environment, an experience that will no doubt set them up to contribute to future ASMIRT Conferences.
ASMIRT 2018 student conference program is now available.
More information about the ASMIRT 2018 Student Conference workshops will be available soon.
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