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And that’s a wrap!
We kicked off our final day of events with the Live Come Visit my Oral and Poster session that has been such a success throughout this conference, giving viewers a taste of the breadth of content and research available to view, and focus for their day ahead.
We then reconvened as a panel with Zubin Austin, Mary Collins, Mairéad Nic Giolla Mhichíl, Alison Strath , Colin Adair and Karen Whitfield to reflect on some of the learnings from the conference – the power of the network, the importance of failing (and permission to fail), the intergenerational differences, and the backdrop of policy that needs to be leveraged. A visual overview guided us back through the conference highlights, including our murder mystery event and the Hidden Howth Experience. Snippets to showcase our culture through dance, sport and humour were interspersed throughout today’s proceedings.
Congratulations to Trudi Aspen for winning the poster prize, and to Matthew Shaw for his exceptional conference engagement and as a result, winning the Gamification prize.
Thank you to our Host, Education and International Committees, without whom this conference would not have been possible.
Thank you to all the participants and delegates of the conference, who embraced the virtual environment and utilised every opportunity to share, engage and interact. You managed to hang onto the trademark atmosphere of LLLP across multiple time zones through your enthusiasm and passion for life long learning.
Remember that all content will be available on the conference platform for another three months, giving plenty of opportunity to catch up on the offerings that you missed out on.
Finally, we are delighted and excited to hand over the LLLP mantle to the 2023 hosts, revealed at the closing ceremony – Denver, Colerado! A mile above sea-level with a vibrant city to explore, this face-to-face event is in the diaries already (2-5 July 2023). Keep an eye on their website for full information.
Had this been in Dublin, we would now be saying “Slán abhaile” (“Safe home” )- instead all that is left for me to say as LLLP 2021 Host Convenor is “Go raibh mile maith agaibh” (“Thanks a million to you all”) and to leave the parting words of Theodore Roosevelt as read at the LLLP2021 Closing Ceremony.
Host Committee Convenor
Executive Director, Irish Institute of Pharmacy
All accepted presenters are responsible for their own registration fees. The conference will be conducted in English.
Abstracts must be typed into the following Word templates (click on template title to download): and uploaded in the Step 6 of the Submission workflow.
- Abstracts must be submitted via the online abstract submission site.
- Abstracts must be typed into the appropriate Word template.
- Do not change the page margins or any set up features.
- The abstract should be typed in 10 point Arial font (do not use “bold” type)
- All text should be entered in sentence case (do not type in CAPITAL LETTERS)
Important dates to note:
Submissions will close on 7 March 2021. All abstract submissions will be acknowledged on receipt and peer reviewed after the closing date. You will be advised of the status of your abstract by 31st March 2020.
To submit your abstract, go to https://lllp2020.exordo.com/login and follow the instructions (you will be required to set up an account first). Please note that submissions will be accepted ONLY via the online system: email submissions will not be accepted.
If you have require any assistance or support with any aspect of the abstract submission process please email us on email@example.com.
Our next hosts for #LLLP2023 are the team at @CUPharmacy in Denver, Colorado, USA! Visit their website for more info and get planning! #PharmEdRead More
As we take time to reflect on our journey over the past four days, and plan our future trails, we would like to share the quote that our host @c_t_bradley read at the #LLLP2021 closing ceremony yesterday. Thank you to everyone who steps into the arena every day #lifelonglearning https://t.co/5QWw07e5M1Read More