Abstract Submission Deadline :
Abstract Submission for 2019 is now closed, thank you to all those who submitted!
Registration is Open
Early Registration Deadline: 11th March 2019
Venue: Bournemouth International Centre
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It gives me great pleasure to invite you, on behalf of our Local Organising Committee, to the Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology which will be held in Edinburgh in 2020. The meeting will be held at the highly acclaimed and award winning Edinburgh International Conference Centre (the EICC) from Wednesday 27th to Friday 29th May, 2020.
The Conference, entitled ‘HPV-PS – Dawn of a New Era in Cervical Screening’, will recognise a landmark in the history of the Cervical Screening Programmes in the UK. We will have a stellar line up of excellent local, national and international speakers with presentations on scientific, clinical and psychosocial issues related to Colposcopy and Cervical Screening. These will be relevant to current and future local and global practice, with themes that include ‘HPV-PS implementation, roll-out and implications in the UK and abroad’, ‘Clinical Colposcopy issues’, ‘Gender, Sexual and Psychosocial issues’, ‘Cervical Cancer and Beyond the Cervix’, ‘Global Successes, Achievements and Challenges’, ‘Vaccination & Therapeutics’ and ‘New Technologies’.
Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, is an outstanding setting for our Conference. It is a vibrant, cosmopolitan and internationally famous city that is easily accessible by land, sea and air, by road, rail or plane. With its vast array of historical, architectural, educational, scientific, cultural, scenic, epicurean and libatory attractions, there is something that will appeal to everyone. Edinburgh is therefore the perfect place to visit with friends and family so why not combine the conference with a relaxing break and stay a little longer!
Please come along and participate in our clinically compelling, excitingly educational and scientifically stimulating Conference. It will be an opportunity to network with colleagues, foster new working and research relationships, renew old acquaintances, make new friends, and enjoy our wonderfully warm Scottish hospitality. Please also encourage your Cervical Screening Programme colleagues, Trainees and Nurses to come along, and to submit abstracts for presentation. It will be a conference for everyone!
We look forward to welcoming you to Edinburgh.
Simpson Centre for Reproductive Health
Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
Chairperson of the Local Organising Committee