If you had a poster display in London 2017, resubmit your abstract here by 22 May 2017, 5pm GMT
Display your poster in Kuala Lumpur 2017
If you displayed a poster in London 2017, your work can also be displayed at the International Forum in Kuala Lumpur in August 2017!
We have hundreds of poster displays every year and the event is attended by delegates form all over the world. The fourth coming International Forum in London in April will connect over 3,000 healthcare leaders and practitioners from around 70 countries.
Why secure a poster display at the International Forum?
The poster displays are a valuable opportunity to tell colleagues and experts who attend the International Forum about your improvement projects and to help others learn from your strategies and experiences. Showing a wide range of improvement and safety projects implemented in local, national or global settings, the displays are available onsite for all attendees to view and learn from.
- Get your abstract included in the Kuala Lumpur 2017 Forum Conference Proceedings
- Present your poster during our daily poster sessions
- Showcase your achievements to colleagues and key international opinion leaders
- Start conversations and collaborations with teams worldwide
- Communicate your organisation’s work and build your profile
- Share successes with your colleagues and influence outcomes on a global scale.
Take your London poster to Kuala Lumpur - here is what you need to do to
All abstracts for poster display are peer-reviewed. If you displayed a poster in London, you are required to resubmit your peer-reviewed abstract via the International Forum Kuala Lumpur 2017 online system by 22 May 2017. See steps 1 – 4 below.
Only applications submitted online and containing the abstracts template you’ve submitted to International Forum London 2017 will qualify.
1. Resubmit your abstract under the theme ‘London Poster Presenters’.
Please resubmit the same abstract you have submitted previously to International Forum London 2017. This abstract would be on an International Forum London 2017 template. Once you submit your abstract, it will be safely stored and it will not be sent for peer-review (your London abstract has already been peer-reviewed and approved). The abstract must be submitted to the theme ‘London Poster Displays’. Your submission is complete once you have reached the Submission Complete page.
You will receive a confirmation email once your template has been successfully submitted. Please ensure it has been completed in full before you submit. Only submissions received via the online system will be accepted. Any proposals submitted by email/ fax will be deleted and will not qualify for poster display.
2. We will notify you
You will be notified by email, in June 2017, that your abstract has been accepted. Please note that the email address that you supply in the Submitter Details page will be the email address used to correspond the results of your submission. If you change email addresses during this time, please let us know so we can update the system.
3. Register to attend the International Forum In London
Once you submit your abstract or once you receive your confirmation that is has been accepted (it will be accepted if you displayed it in London), you will need to register to attend the International Forum in Kuala Lumpur for a minimum of 2 days (Fri-Sat) to be able to display your poster. Early Bird discounts end on 20 June 2017.
4. Design your poster
You can reuse the poster you had on display in London or you can use our poster guide, which will be published shortly, to prepare your poster for display in Kuala Lumpur. The poster guidelines are occasionally updated so please check for updates and additional information about displaying your poster on our Posters FAQ page.
You will receive an official confirmation from us in June 2017. Please note the email address that you supply in the Submitter Details page will be the email address used to correspond with you. If you change email addresses during this time, please let us know so we can update the system.