The BAPO conference which is being held at the M Shed Museum in Bristol is now six weeks away. Spaces at the venue are limited and tickets are selling rapidly. If you intend to come to the conference to see a diverse panel of national and international speakers, ensure to book your place as soon as possible.
The deadline for submission of abstracts to the BAPO annual meeting will be midnight on Friday 22nd July. Abstracts of up to 250 words in the field of paediatric otolaryngology are welcomed. To submit your abstract create a free account and log in at https://bapo.co.uk/dashboard.
are invited for the upcoming BAPO meeting. If you have any work of scientific or educational value in the field of paediatric otolaryngology that you would like to present at the BAPO annual meeting, please submit your abstract now. Abstracts of up to 250 words are welcomed at https://www.bapo.co.uk/dashboard/abstracts
BAPO is pleased to invite members and non-members to the annual meeting which this year will be hosted at the M Shed Museum in Bristol on 15th and 16th September. Keynote speakers will include Michael Rutter (Cininatti Children’s Hospital), Steve Sobol (Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia) and Natalie Loudon (Hôpital Necker Enfants Malades, Paris) as well as a diverse international faculty of experts in the field of paediatric otolargnogology.
Conference attendance certificates are available to all delegates on the BAPO Dashboard. There you will find a link to the feedback form (bapo.co.uk/dashboard/feedback). Once you have completed the feedback form, your attendance certificate will be available for download in the Certificates section (bapo.co.uk/dashboard/certificates)
The BAPO conference was broadcast online via Zoom on 23rd – 24 September and the recordings will continue to be available to delegates for a further six weeks following the meeting. If you are registered for the conference then the recordings can be found along with posters and virtual oral presentations
on the BAPO Dashboard Visit https://www.bapo.co.uk/dashboard/ and click Resources
The 15th Congress of the European Society for Paediatric Otolaryngology, originally planned to be held in Marseille has been changed to a fully online meeting which will be going ahead on 6th – 9th November 2021. ESPO will be providing a world-class selection of speakers and sessions and are still showcasing Marseille and the Provence throughout the virtual conference. The virtual conference will be CME accredited and all sessions will be recorded and available to view up to 6 months after the event.
Abstracts of up to 250 words are invited for consideration of inclusion in the upcoming Annual Scientific Meeting which will be taking place on 23rd and 24th September. Multiple prizes including the Joanna Leighton prize will be available for the best presentation in each category.
The deadline for submissions will be midnight on 31st July 2021. Authors of accepted abstracts will be notified by email within a week of the closing date.
To submit an abstract, first create a free account and login to your dashboard. You do not have to be a member of the association to do so.
The Annual Scientific meeting will be going ahead on 23rd and 24th September at the Bramall Music Hall at Birmingham University. The two days of sessions will be simultaneously streamed online to allow for social distancing requirements.