BAS International Biennial Conference 2021
Call for Abstracts - Deadline extended
8, 9, 10, September 2021
Virtual conference, hosted by Newcastle University, UK
Call for Abstracts
Abstracts are invited for the British Aphasiology Society Conference 2021.
Abstracts are welcomed on any area relating to the study and management of aphasia resulting from stroke, brain injury, dementia or other conditions.
There will be live presentations, pre-recorded presentations, posters with lightening talks and virtual table discussions.
Please note: If you submitted an abstract for the conference planned in September 2020, we will be in touch with you directly. There is no need to resubmit your abstract.
Please see the CALL FOR ABSTRACTS for more information. The deadline has now been extended to Monday 17th May 2021.
Deborah Hersh, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia
David Howard, Newcastle University, UK
Beth Jefferies, York University, UK
Brenda Rapp, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA
If you are interested in hosting a virtual table discussion, please contact the Organising Committee for further details.
For enquiries please contact: email@example.com
Julie Morris, Janet Webster, Christos Salis, Frauke Buerk (Conference Organising Committee)
Please note that all attendees (including presenters) should be members of the British Aphasiology Society. For information about the Society and how to register with BAS, please visit the BAS Website.
For further information about the conference, visit https://conferences.ncl.ac.uk/basconference2021/
Do you need funding to attend conferences or other events?
We know many events planned for 2021 are likely to be virtual/online, but you can still consider applying for funding, for example to cover the registration fee. The next deadline for funding is 15th January 2021. Click HERE for further information about applying for funding and for the conference support fund application form.