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Register for the BNMS/INMA meeting


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Early bird rates are until 13 October 2018 


What's included?

Delegate bag on arrival

Free tea and coffee breaks

Complimentary lunch

Certificate of attendance 

If your trust/company are covering your registration costs, we strongly suggest that you cover the costs via online payment and claim these back on expenses.

If you intend to pay for registration via invoice, please ensure you obtain a PO number and invoicing address from your finance department before going ahead with registration - once you have your invoice please send this to your finance department for payment. 

Meeting Registration FAQs

Can I book multiple places?

Only one registration place can be booked per email and login. 

How do we arrange a group booking with discount?

Groups of 5 or more delegates from 1 trust can obtain a group discount of 10%. Please follow the following process:

- Individual delegates must register online and generate an individual invoice and registration ID. (in order to register online in this instance input a random PO number eg. 1234)

- The group must complete the group booking form available here:


with the following information: 

Billing Address for the finance department

valid PO number for the group booking (including a 10% discount)

Name, booking reference number, Member yes or no? total fee FOR EACH ATTENDEE

- Forward the group booking form to before the early bird deadline.

Am I entitled to a reduced fee?

Reduced registration fees marked with an asterisk* for delegates complying with the following criteria:

Medical staff not holding a consultant or equivalent post

Scientists NHS band 7 (or equivalent) or below

academic staff band 7 or below

pharmacist NHS band 7 or below

Technologist/Radiographers/nurses NHS band 7 or below

Student delegates must provide confirmation of their student status with a covering letter from their head of department email to:

Delegates employed by commercial organisations not exhibiting or sponsoring the meeting must register at the full rate.

I need to make an amendment to my registration, how can I change it?

If you need to amend any details to your registration, contact us either at or call us on 0115 7484 504 and we can amend your registration for you.

I need an invoice with a Purchase Order number to forward for payment, how can I do this?

If you require an invoice with a PO number, please have the PO number ready as you register online. A field has been set aside for you to input the number so when you select the "pay by invoice" option, a ready to print document is generated including your reference.

My trust has not paid for my registration yet, does this mean I can't attend BNMS Meeting?

We are aware hospital trusts can take a while in processing payments, therefore if you think it is delayed, let us know. 

For any other registration enquiries you can call us on 0115 7484 504

Joint BNMS/INMA Meeting Programme

Provisional programme below

Please note that all times have changed 

BNMS Autumn Meeting v7



General Information Autumn 2018


Address: Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Golden Ln, Dublin 8, Ireland

Dublin is a city full of culture, history and entertainment and will provide some beautiful backdrops during your visit to the BNMS/INMA Meeting

  Click logo for more information about Dublin

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Book your Accommodation Online

Looking for the perfect place to stay during your visit to Dublin?

Take a look at the link below for some special rates

From luxury hotels                                               To pretty hostels

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VisitDublin gives you access to the very best hotelsB&Bs and self catering properties, that the city has to offer

Travelling to Dublin

Travel to Dublin
By air
Ireland is easily accessible for UK, US and EMEA delegates. Dublin Airport serves over 180 routes, including daily flights to all major UK and European cities.
Direct flights are available from most major cities in the UK and continental Europe, several hubs in North America, and the Gulf cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Connecting hubs hook up with further flights from all over the world, providing for easy access to the Irish capital.

Dublin Airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 is the arrival and departure point for airlines including RyanairAir FranceFlybe.comGermanwingsIberiaLufthansaNorwegianand SAS. Terminal 2 is the hub for EmiratesEtihadand transatlantic flights by American AirlinesUS AirwaysUnited AirlinesDeltaAir Canadaand Aer Lingus (Ireland’s national airline, whose UK and continental flights are also based in T2). 

Dublin Airport is 10km from the city. It’s located close to the M50 and M1 motorways, and a range of transport options connect directly with the city centre and suburbs. AircoachAirlinkand Dublin Busprovide bus services from both terminals, and metered taxis are also readily available. There is currently no direct rail link between airport and city.

By sea
Ferry services from Dublin and Rosslare ports also make it easy to bring in equipment and goods from the UK and beyond.

Dublin Port is located two miles from the city centre, with Irish Ferries offering several daily cruise and fast ferry options from Holyhead. Irish Ferries Ulysses is the largest car ferry in the world, carrying up to 2,000 passengers on a 3 hour 15 minute crossing. Fast sailings take just under two hours. Dublin Port is Ireland's most popular port for hosting criuise liners and currently caters for in excess of 80 liners annually.

Stena Line operates the Stena Adventurer and Superfast X between Holyhead and Dublin Port, with four daily sailings each way. While on board enjoy free Wi-Fi, free movies and vast retail and bar and restaurant areas too. Sail from Holyhead to Dublin in 3 hours 15 minutes. The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company connects the Isle of Man to Dublin in just under three hours, while P&O Ferriestakes car passengers between Liverpool and Dublin (i.e. not foot passengers).

Dublin Bus connect Dublin Port with the city’s main bus station and city centre by the number 53 bus (fares need to be paid with coins, smart cards or pre-paid tickets) and taxis are readily available too. 


How to get to the venue: Radisson Blu Royal Hotel - select the map below to enlarge

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Public transport in Dublin

Navigate your way from the Airport to the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel

You can hop on the Light Rail Transit System (Luas) just 5 minutes from the hotel. This is a frequent train service that connects the city centre with the south and south-west suburbs of Dublin. It currently operates two lines – Red and Green. You can find more information about routes on the Luas website

For a more detailed map of the area around the hotel click here

Dublin is also well-served by buses. There are 110 Dublin Bus routes that circulate the county. Services run from early morning ‘til late at night. Be sure to check the timetable online, as it is subject to change.


From city flights to Dublin bikes

If you need to catch a flight (or are flying in), Dublin International Airport is around a half-hour drive away, which makes at least one leg of your trip hassle-free. 


If you plan on driving, there are 60 secure underground parking spaces available to hotel guests. Enter the car park via Ship Street. The following charges apply:

    EUR 3,50/hour
    EUR 15/per 24 hours (overnight resident guests)
    EUR 15/per 12 hours (meeting, conference or event guests, 07:00 - 19:00)
    EUR 20/per 24 hours (non-resident guests)

For a map and driving directions click here

Joint meeting of BNMS and INMA Abstract Submission Opens



View the guidelines for submitting your abstract here


Poster Presentation Guidelines


Please read the guidelines above.
It is the responsibility of the first author/named person to ensure the poster is on display in time
for the first refreshment break and must not be removed until the last refreshment break has
Authors may, if they wish, provide A4 hand-outs or notes on their posters for delegates. It is the
authors’ responsibility to bring these to the event.
Authors must take responsibility for the delivery, display and collection of their posters.The BNMS does not accept liability for loss of or damage to posters.

Any posters remaining on site at the end of the event will be disposed of.
All presentations must be in English.
The maximum dimensions are 0.95 metre (horizontal) x 1.1 metre (vertical).
Larger formats will not be suitable for display. Also, the presentation must be viewed under normal
lighting conditions. No cine, audio or slide presentation will be allowed. Display boards,
appropriately numbered with velcro, will be provided for authors to mount their exhibit

A pdf or JPEG of accepted posters must be submitted by e-mail to the BNMS E: no later than 7 days before the event.