Abstract Submissions

Please note: Abstract Submissions are not currently open

Submissions will be taken for presentation at the 2022 conference.

Submission opening and closing dates will be announced in the coming months.

Accepted posters will be displayed at the conference and presenters will be asked to discuss their poster with a selected group of researchers at specified times during the conference. A minmimium of one of the authors must be an attending delegate at the conference.

In addition a small number of submissions will be selected for oral presentation at ‘Stand up Science’ on Thursday evening. This relatively informal event provides five minutes to convey the significance of the submitted work in an oral presentation to the audience and five minutes for questions.

Prizes will be awarded for the best stand up science presentation and best poster.



Suitable abstracts will be published in a conference supplement of the Scandinavian Journal of Trauma Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine. (www.sjtrem.com).

Abstracts selected for publication from the London Trauma Conference 2018  and 2019 are now available to view on the Scandinavian Journal of Trauma Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine website.

To view the published abstracts please follow this link:  www.sjtrem.biomedcentral.com

Contributors can view abstracts from further previous conferences on the SJTREM website.



2022 submission guidelines are under review and will be announced in the coming months.

To view the 2019 submission guidelines (for reference) please download them  by clicking here.

These guidelines provide authors with instructions based on the publisher’s formatting and editorial requirements (LTC 2019). Please take a moment to read them and familiarise yourself.

As we aim to publish all accepted abstracts in the Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine we need to adhere to the journal formatting style detailed above.

If abstracts are not in the correct format they cannot be submitted for publication but will still be considered for presentation at the London Trauma Conference.