On behalf of the ASMIRT 2024 Conference Organising Committee, we invite all members of the medical radiation science (MRS) professions to submit abstracts for oral presentations, poster exhibits and workshops for next year’s conference, which will be held on Larrakia Country in Darwin, Northern Territory from 9 to 12 May.
The conference will comprise an engaging program including a mixture of invited speakers, proffered papers, vibrant physical posters and specialised workshops, and will provide the opportunity to take learning and enjoyment beyond the conference venue, into the community and cultural programs.
We, the organising committee, look forward to receiving your abstract submission and to building a wonderful scientific program for the ASMIRT 2024 Conference.
Does your abstract comply with the Australian Code for Responsible Conduct of Research (2018)? Click the resource links below for more information:
Submitting authors will be notified early December 2023 of their acceptance to present at the conference. If you need to withdraw your abstract, a written statement reflecting the reasons for this decision must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Build your skills, network and share your expertise with an engaged audience at ASMIRT 2024.
ASMIRT 2024 will again offer poster authors the opportunity to display their physical posters with a new design concept allowing attendees to easily identify the content and outcomes of the work and efficiently deliver learning outcomes. Posters will be displayed in the Concourse at the conference. Poster authors are encouraged to discuss their posters with attendees by making themselves available during one or more conference breaks.
Authors will also be able to submit links to additional research materials, videos, graphs, data etc which will be available for viewing via the QR code on the poster.
Download the ASMIRT 2024 Poster Guidelines Click here for instructions on how to create your Poster.
To assist with creating your poster, download these documents:
ASMIRT 2024 Poster Example Click here
ASMIRT 2024 Poster Template (download ppt) Click here
Scientific / non-scientific abstracts
When submitting your abstract, you will be asked to indicate whether it is a scientific (Original research) or non-scientific abstract (Case study, literature review, clinical audit etc). Please read below so you are clear about each of these types.
For Scientific Abstracts: The abstract must be structured under the following headings: Objectives, Methods, Results, Discussion/Conclusion and References.
For Non-Scientific Abstracts: The abstract should describe a situation, a problem or a practice with adequate reasoning and evidence to support a point of view. For commentary, it is not necessary to provide headings. Case studies must be structured under the following headings: Introduction, Case Presentation, Management and Outcome, and Discussion.
Review and Selection
PrivacyBy submitting an abstract presenters give permission for their name, bio and image (if uploaded) to be available through the Conference App / online system, and in delegate or sponsor lists.