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Call for abstracts for the National Office for Traffic Medicine Research Webinar 2022

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Call for Abstracts

The National Office for Traffic Medicine is seeking submission of abstracts for consideration as oral presentation at its 2022 Research Webinar.

The webinar will take place online on Thursday 5 May 2022, 2.00pm - 4.30pm.

Both scientific papers and discussion papers are welcome. Submissions will be anonymised for review and scoring.

The closing date for abstract submission has been extended to 4pm on Friday 8 April 2022.

You can view the poster for the 2022 Call for Abstracts here.

Abstracts will be scored under three headings:

  • Scientific content
  • Educational Value/Relevance to Traffic Medicine
  • Likely impact/Interest to Audience

Information for authors

  • The abstract should be of the informative type, containing four paragraphs but without any subtitles or paragraph headings
  • Specify the purpose of the study and include a brief background statement
  • Outline the methods used, for example study design, study population, statistical test(s)
  • Summarise the results of the study and key statistical data, including response rate
  • Outline the main implication(s) of the study. It is not satisfactory, for example, to state: “results will be discussed"
  • If the abstract concerns a discussion paper rather than a specific study, please give details of the rationale and direction of the discussion. It is not satisfactory, for example, to state: "this topic will be discussed in detail"
  • The abstract must not exceed 250 words - excluding the title, author(s) name(s), address(es) (the system will stop you entering an excess)
  • When using abbreviations, spell out the full name on first mention. Avoid excessive use of abbreviations If for publication, the abstract must not have been published elsewhere in abstract or other form
  • Please have also have a brief bio for the presenting author to include with your submission
  • Please note also that all accepted authors must register for the event.
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How to submit your abstract

Abstracts, including details of author(s) name(s) and affiliation(s) should be emailed to the National Office for Traffic Medicine (notm@rcpi.ie) in Word or PDF format by 4pm on Friday 8 April 2022.

If you have any questions or would like to find out more, please contact us at notm@rcpi.ie

Research Day 2022

The webinar will take place on Thursday 5 May 2022, 2.00pm - 4.30pm.

You can register to attend and read more about the event here.

Contact us

National Office for Traffic Medicine

Tel: +353 (0)1 8639788

At the National Office for Traffic Medicine, everything we do is aimed at making driving as safe as possible for all road users. Our office was jointly established by RCPI and the Road Safety Authority of Ireland in 2011, bringing the specialty of Traffic Medicine to Ireland for the first time.