BTOG 2021 - 22nd and 23 April 2021

Virtual BTOG 2021 Annual Conference

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Free of charge for all health care professionals (HCPs), faculty, advocates, patient organisations/charities, agents for sponsors (up to maximum two registrations)

Industry – exhibitor/sponsors (additional to places included in sponsorship package)
Industry non-exhibitor/non-sponsor
£100 one day
£200 two days

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Call for Abstracts - Opens 1st February 2021 and closes 22nd March 2021 12:00 noon GMT

You are invited to submit your original, previously unpublished, research or audit carried out by your department or group as a poster abstract. You will be able to submit your original, previously unpublished, research or audit carried out by your department or group as a poster abstract. We will have BTOG 2021 e-posters on our virtual platform including the abstract, PDF poster, option to include a pre-recorded soundbite explaining your work and a formal poster presentation session on Friday 23rd April 2021 where you will be able to ‘stand’ at your poster and interact with visitors.

Opens 1 February 2021
Close 22 March 2021, 12.00 noon GMT
Abstract notification 1 April 2021
Oral presentation notification 1 April 2021

The abstract maximum is 300 words - any references also form part of the total word count. The abstract title is not included in the word count and in addition you can include one diagram or table. Please note the published abstracts will be in black and white print only. BTOG’s position on encore abstracts is that an abstract/poster submitted/presented at another conference and then submitted to BTOG 2021 must contain additional information or data to the original and the previous submission/presentation must be declared on the submission.
Abstract and oral presentation notification 1st April 2021.

Submit abstract here.

Abstract Topics

  • Basic Science
  • NSCLC Chemotherapy
  • Diagnosis and Staging
  • Mesothelioma
  • Clinical Networks and Pathways
  • COVID and Cancer
  • Nursing and Allied Health Professionals
  • Supportive Care
  • Other
    - Outcomes
    - Quality of Life
    - Health Economics
    - Exercise
    - Survivorship
    - Smoking Cessation
    - Co-morbidities
    - Physiotherapy
    - Thymoma
    - Other
  • Radiotherapy
  • Small Cell Lung Cancer
  • Surgery
  • Trials in progress
  • Case reports

 

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