If you are not able to present your poster, you are kindly requested to contact the organising office as soon as possible.
Schedule for display, mounting and removal
Information will follow soon.
The usable surface on the poster board is 90 cm width x 150 cm height and posters should be in portrait format. Material to mount the posters is provided. Only adhesive tape can be used to mount posters. Material will be available onsite.
Presence at posters
In order to enable discussion and interaction with other participants, it is mandatory for you or one of your group members to be present at your poster board during the according poster session.
- Due to EACCME regulations, authors are requested to disclose possible conflicts of interest on the poster.
- When presenting data and health information (including photos) all presenters must have informed consent compliant with human subjects and applicable regulations.
- Posters should stimulate discussion, not give a long presentation. Therefore, keep text to a minimum, emphasize graphics and make sure every item is necessary.
- Include the title of your presentation. The IASPT will not post the abstract titles on display boards.
- The lettering of the poster heading should be at least 2.5 cm high. Detailed information should be provided in a smaller type, but remember that your text must be easily readable from distances of at least 1 meter.
- Optional Materials: If you wish, you may prepare handouts for distribution to interested colleagues.
Alternatively you may include a QR code on the poster which would trigger a download of the handouts (WIFI is available in the poster area).
Some authors may also wish to provide business cards/contact information.
Your passport photograph on the poster may facilitate contacts during the congress.
- For additional assistance in preparing your poster, there are a number of excellent resources available online. For more information, type “scientific poster preparation guidelines”
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