Call for Papers #RCOT2019 Birmingham

Abstracts system now open

Deadline 23:59 5 November 2018 – For all abstract queries, contact [email protected]

Submit an abstract

Promote your successes and share good practice at the only UK occupational therapy conference delivered by the professional body.

Submitting an abstract means you will:

  • Raise the profile of your work
  • Collect valuable evidence for your CPD portfolio
  • Publish your work in the Annual Conference online BJOT supplement

We welcome abstracts from members, and non-members, from all areas of practice, and will be pleased to receive abstracts from service users.

STUDENTS – you may wish to submit your abstracts (paper presentations only) for our dedicated student session. Submit your abstracts via [email protected] Submissions accepted from 31 August 2018; Deadline 5 November 2018. If you wish to submit your abstract to the main conference streams however, please continue here.

Submission categories have been introduced to help you define and target your abstracts and presentations. Click on the category title for further information.

Critical discourse – opinion and theoretical based to challenge current thinking and introduce new perspective.
Occupation station – practical demonstration of an occupation and reflection on its use as a therapeutic tool.
Research – completed or ongoing research with data findings and analysis.
Practice development – clinical and management practice that has had a measurable impact.

All abstracts are peer reviewed and independently marked in accordance with the Conference Development Team’s marking criteria. Please note that submission of an abstract does not guarantee acceptance.

Please ensure that if you submit an abstract you will be available to present at the conference and that you will have funding in place should your abstract be successful. This applies to all formats including poster submissions.

Further details will be available in the Abstracts Submission system 


Submit an abstract