3rd Scientific Meeting, Uppsala, Sweden 23-24 May 2013

Read the abstracts from our highly successful 3rd Scientific meeting here.  New IPCRG record of 22 countries and 83 abstracts for a one-day meeting!  

Prizes were awarded to our top 3 abstract presenters. Congratulations to Annemarije Kruis, Javiera Corbalan and Hanna Sandelowsky who received free registration to our world conference in Athens, May 2014.














To download the programme for the conference click here

Social Programme on Thursday 23rd May

We meet at 6 pm at the Museum Gustavianum, about 5-10 minutes walking distance from Clarion Hotel Gillet. Gustavianum is Uppsala University's oldest preserved building erected in large parts during the 1620s. The name comes from King Gustav II Adolf who donated funds and land for a new university building. We will get a guided tour of the Anatomical Theatre which was constructed 1662-1663.

After the tour, which takes one hour, we will walk to the nearby restaurant, “Hyllan”, which is located in the midst of old Uppsala above a market hall, to have dinner in Swedish style. Just before dinner Frederik van Gemert will give a short presentation about his work FRESH AIR Uganda.

Travel to the meeting:

The closest airport is Stockholm Arlanda  http://www.swedavia.com/arlanda/

From Stockholm Arlanda airport there is a train every 30 minutes to Uppsala, which takes about 20 minutes http://www.swedavia.com/arlanda/to-from/train/

From the railway station in Uppsala it is a 10 minute walk to the hotel and conference centre. View the route.

Guide to abstracts
There are three types of abstract that can be submitted for this meeting. Our intention is to offer authors of as many of the
selected abstracts as possible an oral presentation of 15 minutes

(10 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion). 

Download a guide to abstract types  (abstract type document)

Clinical Research Results Abstract
Describe a clinical intervention or observational study and include data

Implementation Science/Service Development Abstract
Describe an intervention that aims to improve the value of the service/management respiratory
patients receive in terms of quality and/or cost. 

Research Idea Abstract                 
Describe a research question and a methodology that can benefit from peer discussion and challenge.

We accept abstracts submitted elsewhere and accepted abstracts will be included in the Abstract e-book.  However, the Editors of the PCRJ may choose not to publish them in the selected abstracts published in the PCRJ.  To assist the PCRJ Editors, look out for the tick box on the abstract submission form so you can confirm whether your abstract has been presented before.

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