E-posters and Oral Presentations
Abstract submissions are now closed
We invite you to submit your work and stimulate debate, share knowledge and enhance your portfolio.
This is your chance to present your research, audit, innovations, and clinical cases. Discuss your findings with other experts from around the world and develop your presentation skills, an essential competence for advancing your career.
ePosters are an integral part of the congress programme. Successful presenters will present their ePoster online via the event platform, enabling delegates to browse the digital posters and get in contact with you during the congress, and on demand for up to six months.
The top five ePoster abstracts will be shortlisted and authors given the opportunity to provide a short oral presentation.
All abstracts are also published in the Journal of the Intensive Care Society (JICS) which is PubMed indexed.
All members of the MDT - all professions, all grades, any type of student
Certificates and awards
During SOA22 the winner of the ePoster and the winner for the Oral Presentation will be announced at the Closing Plenary session on Friday 1 July 2022. The awardees will receive a 1st prize certificate and a complimentary 3 Day registration for SOA23 or SOA24.
● Acute respiratory distress syndrome
● Adult & Paediatric critical care in low and
● Airway management
● Brain death, organ donation and
● Cardiac arrest
● Cardiovascular monitoring
● Critical care organisation, quality
management, costing and outcomes
● Data science
● Echo and ultrasound
● Education and simulation
● Environmental sustainability
● Follow up clinic
● Haematologic-Oncologic issues in the ICU
● Imaging in critical care
● Infections and prevention
● Information technology
● Intensive care MET & RRT
● Liver failure
● Metabolism and endocrinology
● Neurointensive care
● Paediatric intensive care
● Palliative and end of life care
● Peri-operative medicine
● Poisoning and toxicology
● Quality and innovation
● Renal failure and support
● Respiratory support
● Sedation, analgesia and delirium
● Sepsis and severe infections
● Severity of disease scoring systems
● Systemic diseases
● Transfer and retrieval
● Transfusion and haemostasis disorders