11-13 July, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor
The Conferences Team have put together answers to the most frequently asked questions.
For all other enquiries please see the contact information below.
Frequently Asked Questions - Abstract Submissions and Presentations
Will I receive email confirmation of my abstract submission?Show content
Your confirmation of submitting your abstract will be sent to you via email. If you need a copy of this for your records, you should print or save this. You will be able to amend your submission up to the date stated.
How are submissions reviewed?Show content
Abstracts are reviewed by the conference organising committee against the reviewing guidelines.
Are papers published in conference proceedings?Show content
The accepted abstracts are published in the conference programme which is given to each conference delegate but we currently do not publish full papers.
What is the word limit for abstracts?Show content
This information is included in the submission guidelines.
What size should my poster be?Show content
Posters should be A0 in size and Portrait. Landscape poster will not fit the width of our poster boards. View our poster guidelines for all of the information.
Frequently Asked Questions - Registration
How can I check my BPS membership status?Show content
What does my conference registration include?Show content
Your conference registration includes access to all of the academic conference sessions, conference programme, delegate list, refreshments including lunch. Please view our registration page for the full breakdown of costs.
Will the BPS send me a letter of invitation for visa purposes?Show content
In most circumstances your abstract acceptance and your conference booking confirmation will be sufficient for visa applications. The British Psychological Society will issue acceptance letters to people presenting papers at BPS conferences as well as letters of acknowledgement or receipts for event booking payments. The Society will not issue letters of invitation to delegates attending events.