Abstract

PLEASE SEE THE GUIDELINES FOR POSTER SUBMISSION BELOW BEFORE SUBMITTING AN ABSTRACT

In order to communicate effectively the results of your research, please follow the following guidelines to ensure that posters are similar size, and format. This will assist participants accessing and appreciating your poster.

Format
Your poster should be in PORTRAIT format and the dimensions of your poster should not exceed 90 cm (horizontal) x 130 cm (vertical).

Contents
Structure your poster according to: aims, methods, results, and conclusions as outlined in the Format section above. In the heading, list the title of the paper, authors, institution and its location. Include your conflict of interest statement in your poster.

Location
Your poster will be displayed in the poster viewing area in the exhibition area.
The board of your poster will be numbered, which will be the same as your poster/presentation code, which you will receive ahead of the conference. This number will also be present in the final programme booklet for cross-reference. Viewers will find your poster according to the title of your submitted abstract and number as stated in the final programme booklet.

Poster mounting and dismounting
You can put up your poster at a specified time (TBA) on the day of your scheduled poster session. Material for mounting the poster will be provided on site. Please remove the poster after your session to make space for the next session. Any posters remaining after the congress may be disposed of.