Emergency Care Conference ’23
19th – 20th October
Call For Papers
In this celebration of emergency care, we’ll hear how ideas have become reality, we’ll share our collective wisdom and see how our imagination shapes the future of emergency care.
Building on the connection and community of last year’s conference you’re invited to contribute abstracts for consideration for the 2023 programme.
Days of fun
Submit your abstract
The conference is for people working across emergency care – papers are welcomed from pre-hospital, community, mental health, defence services and ED. You don’t need to be well known, in a senior role, or have published research to contribute – we all make the emergency care service, and some of the best ideas come from people doing the work. If you’re doing something that benefits your patients, your colleagues, or your service we’d love to hear from you.
One of the most praised things from last year’s conference was the range and depth of topics covered. You loved the mix of clinical, leadership and wellbeing talks, regular opportunities to mix and network and the fast pace of papers.
Themes Include: (but are not limited to)
- Clinical Care
- Sharing good practice
- Considering specific patient groups – older people, paediatrics, mental health
- Trauma care
- Humanising health care
- Risk and patient safety
- Social implications for emergency care: for example: poverty, homelessness, isolation, vulnerable groups
- Evolving Leadership
- Engaging a diverse workforce
- Looking after each other
- Career opportunities and advanced practice
Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words, stating your talk outline, impact and preference for plenary / concurrent or workshop.