Conference Abstracts

ASPiH Virtual Conference 2021 - Abstract Submission now closed

Conference abstract Q&A session

Download the slides from our recent Q&A session, which discusses how abstracts will be scheduled into this years conference and explains the abstract categories in more detail 

The ASPiH 2021 Virtual Conference is seeking abstract submissions from those involved in simulation in healthcare.

Abstracts may cover any topic in simulation practice, and authors are asked to place their abstracts into one of the five categories listed below:

  1. Literature Review
  2. Original research
  3. In Practice
  4. Innovations
  5. Creative & Reflective Practice perspectives

Abstracts must be submitted into for one of the two formats listed below using the online electronic abstract form.

Failure to submit abstracts in the correct online format may result in abstracts not being included for blind peer review.

The scientific committee may assign accepted submissions to an alternative theme or session formats – decisions will be based on merit, and take into account the format preferences indicated by the author(s) at the time of submission.

Presentation Types

We are seeking submission of papers for the following session formats

  • Oral Paper presentations. Oral papers are 10 minute pre-recorded sessions with 5 minutes for questions via live online questions and chat for authors to present their research or descriptive and quality improvement projects or programmes
  • Poster Presentations. ePosters will be submitted into the virtual poster room where questions can be put to authors via our on line chat option. Those selected by the scientific committee will have a 5 minute pre-recorded session included in the conference timetable, where presenters can give a key overview on the aims, methods and results of their project.


If you are experiencing problems submitting your abstract please  or have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact the ASPiH conference administration team by emailing  or by calling 01543 442144.