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Information for Poster Presenter:
Displaying your poster
1. Boards will be available from 7:00 AM on Wednesday, 22 November 2017.
2. All posters should be in place by 9:00 AM on the days of the presentation.
3. All posters should be removed by 5:00 PM on each day.
4. The fixing materials for your poster will be available at the poster desk.
Presenting your posters:
1. All posters should be displayed throughout the entire day in the poster hall,located on level 1.
2. Authors must attend their posters at the times specified for them.
3. Each poster will be allocated on a board,the total usable area on which is 60 cm wide by
90 cm of height (portrait style).
4. During the poster sessions,all posters will be seen and evaluated by a team of experts.
(13-14 per day).
5. Three of the posters will be selected for oral presentations and prizes.
• All posters must contain a declaration of Conflict of Interest within its summary.
• If the research was supported by a pharmaceutical company you must indicate the
company’s role in analyzing the data or preparing the poster.
Organizing your poster
We suggest the following format for the organization of your poster:
• Title
The title of your submitted abstract
• Authors
Who was involved,and their affiliations
• Introduction
A statement about the aims and objectives of the study
• Methods
A description of the methodology that you have adopted,including any assumptions
• Results
Include examples of the main results of the study
• Conclusions
List the main findings and your thoughts about how the work could be progressed further
Formatting your poster
1. Keep fonts simple and use one or two different fonts only
2. Font size – your poster should be easily legible at a distance of 1.5 metres.
We recommend the following minimum font sizes:
Title 84 pt
Authors/addresses 42 pt
Section Headings 30 pt
Text 24 pt
3. Keep use of colour to a minimum
4. Maintain a consistent style
5. Keep text to a minimum
6. Neutral colours work better as a back ground than bright colours
7. Make use of graphics where possible
8. Only include what is absolutely necessary
9. Do not overload tables and figures with information
10. Be selective when showing results
11. Check spelling
12. Above all,keep it simple