RISING STAR - ICS GOLD MEDAL
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS NOW CLOSED
Submitting an abstract
The Intensive Care Society wishes to promote and encourage the presentation of the best critical care science in the UK. The Rising Star – ICS Gold Medal is awarded annually to a young investigator (nurse, AHP or doctor) who has shown excellence in science relevant to intensive care.
A maximum of five abstracts will be shortlisted for the Gold medal oral presentation. The best presentation will receive a 1st prize certificate, a free delegate pass for SOA22 or SOA23 and be invited as a member to the Society’s Research Committee for 1 year.
The researcher is usually someone who has completed a substantial body of work (e.g. MD/PhD) and should not be in a Consultant / Senior Lecturer post or equivalent (although where the body of work was completed prior to recent appointment they will be considered).
Presentation format for selected abstracts
Live Oral presentation at SOA21
15 minutes (13 mins presentation & 2 mins Q&As)
The winner of the Rising Star - ICS Gold Medal will be announced at the Closing Plenary session on 8 December 2021. The awardee will receive a 1st prize certificate, a free delegate pass for SOA22 or SOA23 and be invited as a member to the ICS Research committee for 1 year
|22 August 2021||Abstract submission deadline|
|24 September 2021||Early Bird Registration deadline|
|w/c 11 October 2021||Submitting authors notified of the outcome of the submission|
|29 October 2021||Successful submitters to confirm acceptance of their place|
|5 November 2021||All presenters must register for the congress|
Andy Conway Morris