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Abstract Submissions

Submit your research abstracts and examples of best practice/service development for inclusion in the 2023 LCNUK Annual Conference.

We welcome encore abstract submissions, so if you've previously submitted an abstract to BTOG or any lung cancer conference we will consider for this year's conference in May. 

All accepted abstracts will be invited to submit a poster which will be presented at the conference and have the option to provide a video presentation of their work. Prizes for best abstract and best poster.

Deadline for submissions is midnight 28th February 2023.

Not sure how to prepare your abstract?

Why not watch our webinar with Lynn Calman and Matthew Johnson who take you through the process or if you only have a few minutes check out our infographic which is full of top tips.

Before you begin your submission, use our handy checklist to confirm you have all the information you need.

Corresponding Author
Is the corresponding author also the lead author?
Lead Author
Abstract Submission

Please list all authors involved in the abstract in order using the format last name in full then first name initials and separate each author's name with a semi-colon.

Maximum 250 words. Do not include tables or figures or any other formatting. When submitting audit, research or service evaluation project findings please adopt the following structure to your abstract - Aim, design, setting, sample, data collection, data analysis, findings, implications for policy or practice.

Has the abstract previously been presented at another meeting/event?
Has the abstract previously been published in another journal or publication or is currently submitted to another journal/publication?
I/we consent to my/our poster being published on the LCNUK website as part of the proceedings of this conference if selected.

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