Presentation abstract submission now extended to Friday 1st December 2017 - please note that presentation abstracts now received will not be entered into the Jack Martin Award.Read More
SRP Annual Conference 2018
As the UK legislative landscape for radiation protection changes due to the BSS implementation and 'Brexit' it is an ideal time to reflect on what has worked, what learning opportunities there are from what hasn't and as the impact of the revised legislation is revealed, what the future of radiation protection looks like going into the future.
As well as invited speakers giving their expert views, we would like to invite members of the Society and non-members to submit presentation and poster abstracts. Final deadline for receipt of abstracts to be considered for oral presentation is 31st October 2017 and final deadline for receipt of poster abstracts is 15th March 2018 (please note that these cannot be considered for oral presentation if submitted after 31st October 2017). Please click the 'Submit an Abstract' tab above.
You can now book an Early Bird rate by clicking the 'Book Now' yellow button at the top of this page:
Member rate: £360 plus VAT (normal rate after 31st January 2018 will be £455)
Non-member rate: £460 plus VAT (normal rate after 31st January 2018 will be £600)
10% off when you book 3–4 tickets and 15% if you book 5 or more tickets at the same time! (Discounted tickets must be from the same organisation; you don’t have to provide delegate names up front but these will be needed by 30/03/2018). In order to take advantage of this discount, you will need to fill in the Early Bird Rate form and email it to email@example.com.
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