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How to write an abstract

The last two years have seen over 200 abstracts submitted to the JTG for consideration of presentation the annual conferences. Most are excellent and marking them is tough, with little to choose between them. We recognise that this is a 'junior' conference, and as such delegates are not experienced presenters. This may be the first time you are submitting an abstract which is an achievement in itself. If you are going to this effort, why not aim to optimise your chances of success?

We have found the following guide which offers an informative summary of how to go about writing an abstract. Thanks to the National Student Association of Medical Research (author: Dr. Daniyal Daud, MBChB, MRes) for this informative guide.

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