The 3rd International Joint Meeting of ENTIS and OTIS
& Teratology Education Course
4th - 8th September 2018  Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

 

 

     

 

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Prescribing in pregnancy - from science to clinical practice

Registration

Registration is via the Newcastle University webstore. Please click here to register.

Education course
(4-6 September)

ENTIS/OTIS meeting
(6-8 September)

Education course & ENTIS/OTIS meeting
(4-8 September)

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early/late

early/late

early/late

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ENTIS/OTIS member

250/300

350/400

450/500

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Non-member

800/900

600/700

1,000/1,200

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NHS employee

350/400

400/450

600/800

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Student (full-time only)

250/300

350/400

450/500

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  • Tea/coffee and lunches are included in the registration fees for both events
  • Reception drinks and the conference dinner is included in the registration fee for ENTIS/OTIS meeting
  • Registration fees do not include accommodation or travel costs
  • Early booking discount applies to registrations made before 10th June 2018
  • ENTIS/OTIS members must use the password provided AT THE TIME OF BOOKING to receive the discounted registration fee
  • Proof of NHS status (NHS ID badge) must be available on request and worn throughout the day
  • Proof of student status must be available on request

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Abstract submission

Abstract submissions are due April 15th, 2018 for the 3rd International Joint Meeting of the ENTIS and OTIS to be held in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK from September 6th to 8th, 2018 at the Newcastle University.

Abstract submission for the ENTIS-OTIS meeting is now closed.

Submitting authors will be notified by email in May whether their abstract has been accepted for the 2018 ENTIS-OTIS Meeting.

  • Abstracts should be organized in: introduction, methods, results and conclusions of the work as relevant to the particular project.
  • Abstracts must contain original work that has not been previously published.
  • Research projects should be complete and not based on anticipated data. Therefore, the results section should not include “results to be presented.”
  • Abstracts should be relevant to teratology, but understandable to a wider audience.
  • Service based abstracts are encouraged.
  • Abstracts should be no more than 500 words in length including Title, Authors and Affiliations.
  • Use of graphics, graphs or tables in the abstract is not permitted.
  • Accepted abstracts will be published in REPRODUCTIVE TOXICOLOGY
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