Programme

Programme Update - View Programme

Oxford Abstracts is now the home to our interactive AOTI Conference Programme 2021 and the final programme has now been published. It can be accessed by simply clicking on the following link: https://virtual.oxfordabstracts.com/#/event/1949/program

Download programme with links HERE

The software allows you to select the presentation type and clinical area that best suit your own interests and learning needs. The software also provides all of the accompanying abstracts and the biographies of our presenting clinicians. 

Zoom links to join the live presentations will be added to our programme on Thursday 7th October 2021 (p.m.) - these links can only be accessed by our registered delegates

The conference committee have put together a brief manual entitled the Oxford Abstracts Programme Guide for those of you who have no prior experience of using the platform - we feel that this guide will be very useful to anybody new to navigating the programme online.

 

Download Oxford Abstracts Programme Guide HERE

 

 

The Virtual Poster Gallery will open for viewing on Friday October 8th 2021.

The Poster Gallery contains a large range of innovative clinical practice and research posters designed by our successful authors.

There will be a ‘People’s Choice Best Poster’ Prize based on voting during the conference – simply email bestposterprize@aoti.ie to register 1 vote.

The voting starts at 09:00 a.m. on Friday 8th October 2021 and will close at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday 9th October 2021. The winner of the best poster will be announced by our CSO, Odhrán Allen during the closing of conference.  

 

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the Conference Committee on conference@aoti.ie

   

 

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