Don’t forget that a great opportunity exists for those who submitted abstracts (oral or poster) to get them published in BU’s online journal – eBU.
Andy Harding, current PGR and eBU Journal Manager, Editor & Section Editor invites PGRs:
“ who presented work at the 2014 PGR conference to make submissions to eBU, including those that presented posters and abstracts. In addition, PGRs who delivered a presentation may also wish to consider writing up their presentation as a conference paper or even as another type of paper (e.g. a review paper). Regular eBU protocol is immediate internal publication and open peer review. However, a series of deadlines have been set for submission associated with the PGR conference, and on this occasion only conference papers will be reviewed. Authors of paper submissions are encouraged to use the feedback in order to increase their chances of publication in an external journal.
However, publishing abstracts and posters is also beneficial. Publishing abstracts and posters on eBU will open up the focus of your work to the whole university, and in the process make the BU community aware of the focus of your research. Should you choose, poster and abstract submissions, alongside papers that are not published externally, will be among the first publications on the external eBU site”