Following on from 2017 and 2018, the HSRPP conference invites abstract submissions from researchers and clinicians to showcase late and breaking research news and also work for service development in practice settings, *in addition to the normal abstract* *submission* process for the Health Services Development Showcase.
We are particularly interested in work that:
- is conducted in practice to support the improvement of practice including service evaluation and audit.
- is in the earlier phases of analysis such as feasibility and pilot studies, or work in progress.
Abstracts accepted will form a dedicated poster stream in the Health Services Development Showcase and will be included in a separate abstract book, which will be published on the conference website but will not be formally published. Abstracts will be reviewed for scope and adherence to format guidelines and will be expected to present some findings but will not undergo extensive academic peer-review.
The conference would welcome submissions for this new stream from relevant undergraduate projects or practice based service evaluation work. The deadline for submissions to this new stream is noon on 28th January 2019. You will be informed about your submission at the latest on the 4th of February 2019. For abstract submission, please click here
Remember the low price delegate rate for undergraduate students (£157 before 15 February including the conference dinner) and for standard delegates. With the ever increasing importance for practitioners to conduct research in practice and to encourage undergraduates to be the academics of the future the conference is keen to engage our future pharmacists in research early.
Details of the conference and registration can be found here: Health Services Research & Pharmacy Practice Conference 2019: 8-9 April 2019
About the Health Services Research & Pharmacy Practice Conference
The Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice Conference has been held over two days annually for the past twenty-six years. The initial conference, organised by the Pharmacy Practice Research Resource Centre, came about as a result of Department of Health funding aimed at supporting and encouraging research in pharmacy practice. Since then the conference has been supported by Pharmacy Research UK.
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Anthony Cox, Zahraa Jalal, Mohammad Hadi
HSRPP 2019 Conference Organising Group