• This meeting is open to BPNS members and other professionals working in relevant areas, but not to patients or members of the general public without advance permission.
  • BPNS members wishing to register for the meeting may benefit from a reduced registration fee if they log in to the website first.
BPNS Autumn Meeting 2021: virtual
Start Date
End Date
Friday 24 Sep 2021 10:00 AM
Friday 24 Sep 2021 16:30 PM
Zoom meeting hosted by St George's

Virtual places will be limited to 100 and available on a first come first served basis.  The costs are below are for virtual attendees; if you wish to attend in person please select the F2F meeting to register.

There are only 50 F2F spaces at higher prices: £35 ordinary members, £15 associate (and retired) members, £50 non-members.  


We encourage delegates to submit abstracts through the website for presentation at the meeting. Abstracts may be presented in person or virtually. The abstract deadline is Friday 3rd September.  

Please use the link for the F2F meeting to submit abstracts, even if planning to present virtually.  


Please see the F2F meeting on the website for the full timetable.

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