15th May 2019
National Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
Poster Competition 2019
The poster competition is now open.
Deadline 10th March 2019
Apply online - see form below
Do you have an innovative, measurable solution to a patient safety issue?
Have you made a difference to quality of care?
Judges will be looking for examples of innovation, joint working and proven outcomes. If your entry is short-listed you will be invited to create and print a poster for display at the Bristol Patient Safety Conference on 15th May 2019 and will qualify for a discounted delegate rate of £159.
Prize and runner up awards will be announced at the conference.
You will be notified by the 17th April 2019 if your entry has been short-listed. Please note, submission of a poster is not a delegate booking. You will need to complete the booking form and pay for your delegate place by 23rd April 2019 to attend the conference. If you have any questions please email email@example.com.
Terms and conditions:
1. It is the author’s responsibility to obtain all requisite permissions to release information presented in the competition entry and poster.
2. By entering the Bristol Patient Safety Conference poster competition you are giving permission to publish your entry and your name and names of co-authors.
3. If short-listed you are required to print your poster in A1 portrait size and bring with you to the conference on 15th May 2019. You must email a
PDF of your poster 1 week before the conference to firstname.lastname@example.org. This PDF will be published on our website after the event.
4. Competition entries must be submitted by a deadline of 10th March 2019 and we reserve the right to refuse entries after that date. Authors will
be informed by 17th April 2019 if they have been short-listed.
5. On being short-listed, the poster author must pay their discounted delegate fee of £155 by credit card within 5 working days and attend to have
their poster judged. These payment conditions also apply to co-authors who choose to attend.
6. Having shown your poster elsewhere is not a barrier to entry.