Abstract submissions for BSEcho 2021 and the prize of Investigator of the Year 2021 are now open.
The evolution of echocardiography to become the advanced imaging modality it is today has been achieved through a combination of scientific research and discovery, technological developments, and continued service appraisal.
This innovation is driven by medical and healthcare professionals practicing within the service on a daily basis, applying evidence-based guidelines and undertaking research with demonstrable benefits to patient care and outcomes.
Clinicians and researchers from all backgrounds are invited to submit abstracts that describe:
- Research projects
- Interesting audit processes
- Novel working practice or
- Innovative service improvement programmes
Dr Maria Paton and Dr David Oxborough, Co-Leads of the Research and Audit Sub-Committee said “Research and audit is integral to the development of the profession and ourselves and whether we are end-users or driving research projects, it is of great importance that we share our experience and findings. The BSE annual conference is the ideal forum to present your work... Be seen… Be proud and change the way we practice.”
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