29th to 31st January 2020 – Clayton Hotel, Dublin.
Dates: Wednesday 29th to Friday 31st January 2020
Venue: Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin
Timetable to follow.
*Please note hotel accommodation is not included in registration fees
Registration includes name badge, conference bag including on-site programme book, poster abstract supplement, access to all sessions on day/s registered, refreshments and lunches on day/s registered. The conference dinner must be pre-booked separately – not included.
Registration Rates for Healthcare Professionals
Full rate is for Consultants, Professors and Associate Specialists
Concessionary rate is for Nurses (specialist, research, other), allied health professionals, radiographers and doctors in training (up to and including specialist registrar grade)
|Full rate||Concessionary rate|
|Wednesday, Thursday and Friday||£350||£230|
|Wednesday and Thursday||£275||£180|
|Thursday and Friday||£350||£230|
|Thursday Conference Dinner||£50||£50|
Registration Rates for Industry Sponsors/Exhibitors (not included in the sponsorship level)
|Wednesday, Thursday and Friday||£500|
|Thursday Conference Dinner||£50|
Registration Rates for Industry Non-sponsors/Non-exhibitors
|Wednesday, Thursday and Friday||£750|
|Thursday Conference Dinner||£50|
As an eligible body for VAT purposes the supply of education at BTOG educational events is exempt from VAT.
Venue – The Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin.
Booking link BTOG 2020 Venue Hotel
Alternative hotel details - see below.
Mespil Hotel, Mespil Road, Dublin 4 (5 minute walk from venue hotel)
Reserved block for BTOG 2020 delegates – to make a booking: please quote reference: VENU290120
Please note the bookings can be made with the hotel direct only either by telephone or email firstname.lastname@example.org / +353 1 4884600.
Rates: €166 for single room B&B/ €181 for twin/double occupancy B&B
Clayton Hotel Charlemont, Charlemont Place, Dublin 2
€151 Single Room B&B
€168 Double/Twin Room B&B
Please see the link for your guests to book their rooms https://bookings.claytonhotelcharlemont.com/offer/btog-group-bed-breakfast-rate
Hampton Hotel, 19-29 Morehampton Road, Donnybrook, Dublin 4
This information is taken from the Clayton Hotel website:
Ideally located in Dublin 4, minutes from St Stephens Green and within walking distance of Aviva Stadium, the RDS and main business districts, Clayton Hotel Burlington Road is the ideal base whatever your reason for visiting the Irish capital. The Aircoach and Dublin Bus route 7B, 7D, 11, 46a, 116 and 145 stop directly outside the hotel and the Luas Green Line (tram) stops nearby at Charlemont linking to St Stephens Green, Dundrum, Sandyford and Cherrywood business parks.
Getting Here From Dublin Airport
Option 1: Aircoach departs up to every 15 minutes and stops outside our front door. Journey time both to and from the airport is approximately 35 minutes.
Option 2: a taxi from the airport typically costs €35 and takes 30 minutes but will vary with traffic. Please note all taxis take cash but not all will take credit cards, a dispatcher is available at the rank for assistance.
Driving Directions From Dublin Airport: Exit the airport and take the M1 motorway towards the city centre. Just before the railway bridge on Drumcondra Road, take a left onto Clonliffe Road. Continue along East Wall Road which takes you to the East Link Bridge (toll). Come off the East Link bridge and continue to roundabout and take a right onto Sean Moore Road. Continue to the traffic lights and turn right, then take the first left onto Church Avenue. Continue through the next set of traffic lights onto London Bridge Road. Turn left onto Bath Avenue, then Haddington Road, reaching Mespil Road with the canal on your right-hand side. Take the last left before you reach the traffic lights, onto Sussex Road, and continue along for 400m. The hotel is on the left-hand side. Clayton Hotel Burlington Road offers on-site car parking facilities for resident guests and visitors which is operated on a first come first served basis.
The hotel is located south of the Grand Canal on Sussex Road (off Upper Leeson Street) in Dublin 4.
For detailed driving directions to Clayton Hotel Burlington Road please visit the AA Routeplanner.
On-site parking is available for resident guests and visitors which is operated on a first come, first served basis. The hourly rate for visitor parking is €3. Hotel residents can avail of the special overnight rate of €13 per night per vehicle.
Dublin Bus stop 848 is outside the front gates and served by routes 7b, 7d, 11, 46a, 116 and 145 offering frequent connections to the heart of Dublin and beyond. For detailed Public Transport information please visit the Transport for Ireland Journey Planner.
Clayton Hotel Burlington Road
Leeson Street Upper,
BTOG 2020 Education Scholarship Fund
Healthcare professionals who have submitted an abstract and will be attending our annual conference can apply to the BTOG Scholarship Fund to help with registration and other costs.
Scholarship applications open on 1st October 2019 and will close on 30th November 2019.
The outcomes of applications will be notified during week ending 14th December 2019. For transparency, BTOG will include a list of successful applicants on the website.
Download and read the BTOG Annual Conference 2020 Scholarship Fund Terms of Reference.
Other Sources of Funding
|Thompsons Solicitors are able to provide educational grants to attend BTOG 2020 to members of Lung Cancer Nursing UK (formerly National Lung Cancer Forum for Nurses) to support and enable the advancement of patient care and healthcare delivery. You can apply for up to £500 – please email Helen Tomlin for more information. email@example.com|
A0 Portrait orientation on paper or fabric
Maximum width 841 mm x maximum height 1189 mm
Posters that exceed the maximum width and height cannot be displayed on the poster boards
Poster template (courtesy of Scienceposters) - this is a sample/optional only
Posters must not include any inappropriate commercial bias, promotion or branding unless clearly stated in a balanced and objective manner. QR codes and text key codes are allowed in posters but linking to product advertising must be avoided. If you provide a copy of your poster through a QR code, BTOG suggests that you include an appropriate disclaimer on your poster that states that the poster is for personal use only and may not be reproduced without written permission of the authors.
Poster Printing Service on Fabric
There will be the option of ordering your printed fabric poster from Scienceposters and this can be delivered direct to the Registration Desk at BTOG 2020 for you to pick up.
Information from Science Posters, visit https://www.scienceposters.co.uk/btog.htm to order.
The prices below have been especially negotiated by BTOG:
Poster printing on foldable fabric - only £45 including delivery to Dublin for collection.
We will print your poster on our foldable fabric - supplied folded in an A4 sized plastic box - perfect for transportation ie no 3 foot poster tube and no air fees if flying!
Our normal price just for printing is £63 so the price negotiated by BTOG, which includes delivery to Dublin, is a significant saving.
POSTERS SHOULD BE SIZED 84 cm x 118.8 cm (A0 portrait) for printing
The deadline for submission is strictly the 23rd January 2020
On arrival at the meeting, your poster will be available to collect at registration
Poster Put-up and Take-down
All posters will be displayed in the Poster Areas in the BTOG 2020 Exhibition and Conference Area.
Poster Put-up: Thursday 30th January 2020 - 07:30 onwards and by 10:30
Poster Take-down: Friday 31st January 2020 – From 13:30 - 15:30
Should you have to leave before Friday at 13:30, please designate a colleague to be responsible for removing your poster. Any posters not removed by the end of the poster take-down time will be disposed of. BTOG does not bear any responsibility for returning uncollected posters to the authors.
Mandatory Poster Placement and Poster Viewing
Posters must be in place on the designated poster board on Thursday 30th January 2020 by 10:30 in time for the refreshment break at 10:50.
Poster Presentation Session – your presence is required in front of your poster to discuss with poster judges and delegates on Thursday between 16:00 and 17:00 for 30 minutes. There will be two 30 minute slots – odd poster numbers 16:00 to 16:30 and even poster numbers 16:30 to 17:00. Your poster number is as per the poster number in the abstract book (see below).
Posters can be viewed during all BTOG 2020 conference open times on Thursday 30th and Friday 31st January 2020.
Posters can be affixed with Velcro or double-sided tape only – please bring your own – the BTOG 2020 Registration desk will hold a small stock of Velcro.
Fabric posters are usually provided with custom made plastic holders which should be used on the top left and right - pins cannot be used. These should be used together with Velcro or double sided tape.
Finding Your Poster Number in the Abstract Book
At registration at BTOG 2020 you will receive a copy of the Supplement to Lung Cancer containing the abstracts from BTOG 2020. In the Author Index look up an author surname for your abstract - the number shown in brackets is the poster number. Poster boards are numbered accordingly.
Please Note: There will be a designated time on Thursday for poster viewing and judging where you will be required to stand at your poster – time to be confirmed.
Neither BTOG nor the conference venue are responsible for any loss or damage of your poster or can be held liable for injuries to persons or damage to property owned by the poster presenter. BTOG and the conference venue are free from all liabilities which may arise from the poster presenter’s participation in BTOG 2020 and its activities.
Bristol Myers Squibb
|Chugai Pharma UK
Merck Sharpe & Dohme
|Leigh Day Lawyers
|Royds Withy King
BTOG 2020 Abstracts are now closed.
Online submission have now closed