Members' Symposium Submission
A symposium is a focused session, relating to one topic area. This could be an area of clinical practice, a patient population, a research area or a professional development topic.
Symposia can take different formats, including case studies, debate, discussion or Q&A as well as delivered talks. There is often an interactive element.
By including members’ symposia, we are hoping to introduce a broad range of speakers, and particularly welcome those who have not had the opportunity to speak at a conference before. The ACPRC is committed to support the professional development of underrepresented minorities and historically marginalised groups and strongly encourages submission from black, Asian and minority ethnic members, LGBTQ+ members, members with disabilities, students, and members from resource-limited areas of UK. We also welcome submissions from people at all stages of their careers.
Chair and speakers (up to two speakers plus chair) of successful symposia will each be offered a free place at conference.
If you would like support in putting a symposium proposal together, please get in touch with the ACPRC: firstname.lastname@example.org