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ARTP Annual Conference 2014

Registration - Coming Soon 

Thursday 30th January - Saturday 1st February

Thank you for showing an interest in the 2015 conference. Once again the ARTP will be offering a comprehensive program to healthcare professionals with an interest in respiratory/sleep physiology and medicine. 

The conference venue is the Hilton Hotel in Blackpool and we aim to provide a comprehensive range of topics and formats to maximise learning. There will be discussions on national and international issues influencing the field of Respiratory Medicine. Please use the links on this page to learn what our conference can offer you.


Conference Grants

Students

 

Funding in the form of conference grants is available for all ARTP members (Student, Associate, Affiliate and Accredited) to attend the ARTP Conference. Conference grants can be awarded for whole or part attendance at the conference, depending upon the amount requested. Attendance registration must be confirmed for the days funded.


Conference Workshops

Workshops

Once again we are offering lunchtime workshops, some of which may be sponsored by manufacturers. Please remember to go directly to these workshops - lunch will be provided in these rooms.

Further details of these will be revealed as they are confirmed.

 


Present Your Research Findings

AbstractsAn abstract, which may be an Oral (Spoken Poster) or Poster Communication is a means of communicating work in progress or completed work and may include interesting case studies, research or audits.

At ARTP conferences, scientific abstracts are placed into two categories:

Category A: Students and those who have not previously presented at ARTP

Category B: Non-Students and previous presenters at ARTP conferences


ARTP Special Award Nomination

The aim of the ARTP Special Award for Service to Respiratory Measurement is to recognise the achievements of individuals in promoting or advancing the ideals and standards in respiratory physiology and measurement practice. The 2013 award winners were:

  • Professor Kim Prisk, University California San Diego and NASA
  • Dr. Paul Enright, MD, USA
  • Mr. Keith Butterfield, Senior Chief Clinical Physiologist, United Kingdom
  • Mr Kevin Hogben, United Kingdom

 

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