RAMI Intern Section Study Day Meeting, Saturday, 9th December, 2023

09/12/2023 in Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin 7

Register by 07/12/2023
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RAMI Intern Section Study Day Meeting, Saturday 9th December 2023

 The Royal Academy of Medicine of Ireland (RAMI) Intern Study Day 2023 will take place on Saturday the 9th of December 2023 in the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin 7 and we are inviting you to submit an abstract(s) for this national meeting.

Guidelines for submitting an abstract to RAMI:

  • Deadline: Friday 17th November 2023 @ 5 pm.
  • Submission system: all abstracts must be submitted online through the RAMI website.  All submitting interns must be a member of RAMI, the RAMI Intern membership fee is €50 per annum – Join HERE.
  • Submitter/Presenter: The abstract can be submitted by any named intern author of the abstracts. However, only the submitting author will receive notifications and is responsible for the oral presentation and/or the poster upload. An intern may submit more than one abstract.
  • Eligibility: case reports, case series, audits, clinical studies, and basic science studies may all be submitted. All submitted abstracts must have the submitting intern as the first author and must have a minimum of one senior author (e.g. Supervising Consultant for a Case Report).
  • Abstract Format: abstracts must be submitted as a single-page Word document (.doc) and where possible using Bookman Old Style (Size 10) Font. A maximum of 300 words is permitted. The word limit excludes the abstract title, authors, and institutions. Abstracts are text only and should not include graphics (e.g. figures & tables). The author list should be in the format of Surname, First Initial (omit titles), author reference in superscript i.e. Name1, Name2, and include affiliated hospital and intern network. Please ensure that “track changes” are removed prior to submission. Submitted abstracts not in this format may be excluded from consideration for selection at Intern Day.
  • Abstract Review: All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the RAMI Abstract Committee with each abstract considered for oral presentation, moderated poster presentation, or publication only.
  • Abstract Presentation: All interns considered for oral and poster presentations at the RAMI Intern Study Day will be notified by email no later than Thursday 30th November 2023 at 5.00 PM (GMT).
  • Abstract Publication: All submitted abstracts will be considered for publication in the RAMI Intern Study Day Proceedings as a supplement to the Irish Journal of Medical Science (IJMS). When submitting the abstract you must select the option “Yes” or “No” for publication in IJMS. Only abstracts not published elsewhere will be considered for publication in the IJMS.
  • Duplicate submissions: You cannot submit the same abstract to more than one presentation format. The submission of duplicate abstracts will, unfortunately, lead to the immediate rejection of the abstract(s) involved.


Can an abstract be submitted based on research done as an undergraduate? Submissions to the RAMI Intern Study Day must include work done within the intern year, a project commenced as an undergraduate that is ongoing can be submitted.

Can a Clinical Audit be submitted? Any clinical research study, including audit and quality projects, may be submitted to the RAMI Intern Study Day.

Can the senior author only be a Consultant? For case reports/case series and clinical audit/research the senior author must be a Supervising Consultant. For basic science research projects a research supervisor other than a Consultant can be the senior author. All submitted abstracts must have a Supervising/Senior Author.

Can I submit my abstract to RAMI Intern Study Day as well as other meetings? RAMI is a national meeting therefore the same abstract can be submitted to an International and National meeting.

Can I submit a literature review to RAMI Intern Study Day? A literature review is not allowed as a standalone submission but may be included as part of a Case Report/Case Series or Meta-Analysis.

Can I submit a clinical trial to RAMI Intern Study Day? Any clinical study that has the appropriate approved ethics will be considered once an intern is the first author.

Can I submit a joint project with another intern? Yes, a joint project can be submitted but one intern must be nominated as the first/presenting author.

Do Case Reports/Case Series have to be Medical or Surgical? A case report from any specialty will be considered for RAMI Intern Study Day. Case Reports/Case Series must have appropriate consent and should reflect an unusual presentation of a common disease or a rare disease. Common conditions will not be considered.

Do I have to have the patient(s) consent to submit Case Reports/Case Series? Yes, any patient information, even if anonymised, must have patient consent prior to submitting it to RAMI Intern Study Day.

Does the maximum 300-word count include referenced publications? The 300 maximum word count does not include references but submitted abstracts do not require references.

What happens if the Abstract Format is incorrect? Unfortunately, abstracts that do not comply with the required format may be excluded from consideration. Common reasons for exclusion include the absence of a Senior Author/Supervising Consultant, the presence of track changes visible on the submitted abstract, exceeding the maximum word count, submission of PowerPoint slides