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43rd British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Conference and Workshops

University of Warwick | Warwick, UK
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Title: 43rd British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Conference and Workshops
Specialty: Internal Medicine
Dates: From Jul, 21, 2015 to Jul, 24, 2015
Location: Warwick, UK
Type: Conference
Registration Cost: From 250 to 350 GBP
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University of Warwick

Warwick, UK Visit the Venue to read more
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Concerned Audience:
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  • Nurses
Event Overview
Welcome message:

43rd British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Conference and Workshops, BABCP 2015 will be held in Warwick starting on 21 July, 2015 and ending on 24 July, 2015.


The Conference place is going to be University of Warwick.


BABCP 2015 is the astonishing Conference that will cope with the topics of Psychotherapies, Cognitive Psychotherapies, Behavioural Psychotherapy, Psychology, Cognitive Psychotherapy, Psychiatry, Healthcare and Medical and alot more.


The total number of people were expecting to attend this Conference is almost 1200.


43rd British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Conference and Workshops is organized annually.


BABCP 2015 will be well organized by British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies.

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Registration Cost
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Early Registration

2015-06-23
Late Registration From: 2015-06-24 To: 0--
On site Registration
Registration
250
350
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Group Registrations:

Group registrations not allowed

Accompanying Persons:

Accompanying persons not allowed

Registration Documents:
Letter of invitation:
We don’t provide letter of invitation
Letter of confirmation:
We don’t provide Letter of Confirmation
Proof of professional / educational status:
We don’t need Proof of professional/educational status
Online Abstract Submission:

We don’t accept Online Abstracts

Accommodation
Accommodation:

University of Warwick

6 University Road, University of Warwick, Coventry, West Midlands CV4 7EZ, UK


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Submission Info

1. Invited Address
Only by formal invitation from the Scientific Committee

 

2. Pre-Conference Full Day Workshops
These are one-day skills based workshops, especially covering the identified conference themes.

The abstract should be a maximum of 500 words. It should include background for the topic covered and the overall objectives of the workshop.

Contributors should provide a structured abstract to include the following:

  1. Title
  2. Scientific background
  3. Key learning objectives
  4. Training modalities
  5. 2-3 key references
  6. Brief description of workshop leader(s)
  7. Implications for everyday clinical practice of CBT

Please click here for an example of a Pre-Conference One-Day Workshop abstract.

Pre-Conference One-Day Workshops will run for between 7 (minimum) to 8 (maximum) hours to include lunch and 2 tea/coffee breaks.

 

3. Skills Classes
These are skills based workshops, especially covering the identified conference themes.

Skills classes are designed to be delivered to large groups in a short length of time, and should focus on the acquisition of one key clinical or research skill.

Skills classes will run during the main conference programme.

The abstract should be a maximum of 500 words. It should include background for the topic covered and the overall objectives of the workshop.

Contributors should provide a structured abstract to include the following:

  1. Title
  2. Scientific background
  3. Key learning objectives
  4. Training modalities
  5. 2-3 key references
  6. Brief description of workshop leader(s)
  7. Implications for everyday clinical practice of CBT

Please click here for an example of a Skills Class abstract.

Skills classes will run for 2 1/4 hours including a tea/coffee break.

 

4. Clinical and Research Symposia 
These are multiple presentations on a single or related clinical or research area.

Generally, symposia will consist of a Convenor/Organiser, Chair, Individual Presenters, and a Discussant (optional)

They will be scheduled for up to 120 minutes.

There should be a maximum of 4-5 speakers per symposia ( including discussant).

To ensure we receive adequate information, all submitted Symposia should have an abstract of 500 – 750 words. This should be a general description of the overall symposia, including the names of at least 3 presenters. If you wish, then within this word-limit, you can provide a short summary of each speaker’s topic.

In your abstract, if possible, please identify which stream/streams you consider your submission to be most suitable for.

However, at this stage, we do not require the individual abstracts for each speaker.

The name and contact details of the convenor/organiser must be provided. This individual accepts responsibility for ensuring that all speakers provide individual abstracts, when requested. They must also ensure that speakers register and communicate as required, practical information to the scientific committee as well as individual speakers in the symposia

Please click here for an example of a clinical symposium abstract.

Please click here for an example of a research symposium abstract.

Please note that for space and production reasons only the first three authors will appear in the conference programme. However, full authorship will appear in the abstract book up to a maximum of 7 authors. If there are more than 7 authors then please acknowledge this within your presentation.

 

5. Panel Discussion 
This is where experts provide a brief statement of their position on a specific clinical or theoretical issue or topic, and then debate differences in opinion, controversial issues etc. with other experts.

This requires an active Chair who may act as an optional discussant, introduces the topic, organises position statements, handles the debate amongst the experts and fields questions from the audience.

Panel discussions can contain a maximum of 3-4 people (maximum 4) to include an optional discussant (if providing a summary). Please note that each presenter should present a verbal statement (no use of PowerPoint/visual aids etc.) of position for approximately 10-15 minutes, which typically will not require presentation of data.

Panel discussions will be scheduled for up to 120 minutes.

The abstract should be between 400-600 words.

Please click here for an example of a panel debate abstract.

 

6. Clinical Roundtable 
This is a clinical case discussion illustrating a clinical problem under discussion. Presenters can present an anonymised case, focusing on specific topics. One person is required to present the case and up to 3 people can comment on the case.

Clinical roundtable will be scheduled for up to 120 minutes.

For example: A clinical case shall be presented for approximately 15-20 minutes and each expert shall provide their opinions between 5-8 minutes.  The remaining time will be for debate and taking questions from the audience.

The structure is flexible and alternative proposals will be considered.  However, please take note of time constraints and this should be strictly managed.

This requires a Chair who may act as an optional discussant who introduces the topic, handles comments from the other participants and fields questions from the audience.

The abstract should be between  400-600 words.

 

7. Open Papers
These are presentations on a clinical, theoretical or research topic with a typical time allocation of 15-20 minutes.

The structured abstract should be a maximum of 250 words.

This should include:

  1. Introduction,
  2. Method
  3. Results
  4. Discussion
  5. Conclusion

Where possible these will be organised into open paper symposia that form a coherent topic within the conferences major themes.

In your abstract, if possible, please identify which stream/streams you consider your submission to be most suitable for.


Please note that for space and production reasons only the first three authors will appear in the conference programme. However, full authorship will appear in the abstract book up to a maximum of 7 authors. If there are more than 7 authors then please acknowledge this within your presentation.

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General Info

At the heart of the country, the University of Warwick is clearly

a superb venue as it will be the 4th time the conference has

been held there. Registration, catering, Regional BABCP Branch

Stands and commercial stands are all located together in the

Mead Gallery, ensuring that the exhibition area is the main hub

of the conference, and the place where people congregate

and network.

The pre-Conference Workshops are held on Tuesday 21 July

with the Annual Conference starting in the evening with a

Welcome Reception at 18.30. The exhibition is scheduled to

start at 13.00 on Tuesday 21 July, so that exhibitors have an

opportunity to meet workshop delegates, not all of whom will

attend the Conference.

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