The programme includes sessions on Sepsis, and meningococcal disease, thymus transplantation, and new approaches to the management of food allergies. There will also be an update on training in PAIID and a review of CSG activity.
Trainees are encouraged to submit abstracts for presentation during the afternoon session. Those who are not presently research active should consider submitting interesting cases, case series or clinical audit for presentation. Abstracts should be 250 words maximum and include the following sections: Background, Methods, Results, and Conclusions. Shortlisted abstracts will be presented at the meeting and prizes awarded for the 3 best.
Travel expenses will be paid for all BPAIIG member trainees attending the meeting (reimbursed as per usual based on advance second class rail fare).