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Countdown to the Conference!

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17

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Electronic Posters (ePosters)

All accepted abstract authors are encouraged to also submit an ePoster.

The upload site will open Monday, January 9, 2017

Per ACCME/CME regulations, all presentation materials must be without the appearance of a conflict of interest and cannot contain any advertising, trade names, corporate logos, or product-group messages.


Upload Deadline - Friday, February 3, 2017

  • This is a hard deadline. The ePoster Section Chair(s) will begin review process immediately following this deadline in order to ensure publication deadlines are met. Late ePosters will not be accepted.

Format

  • PowerPoint Presentation (pptx).
  • You must use the provided template. It's specifically formatted to meet display requirements. Download the template here.
  • Maximum of 4 slides.
    • Slide #1 is a Summary Slide and should offer a quick glance of the data contained in the entire ePoster.
      • Background and Objectives
      • Study Design and Methods
      • Results and Conclusion.
    • Slides #2, #3, and #4 should offer data and research details that expand upon your Summary Slide.
  • Slide size: 30 W x 24 H.
  • White background with black text
  • Arial font - 28pt or larger for general text.

Content

  • There is no need to include your disclosures. This detail will be inserted prior to display.
  • Include the title of your abstract on Slide 1.
  • Tables, charts, clip art, pictures or diagrams and organization charts can be included.
    • NOTE: All images must be labeled with a minimum of Arial font 14pt or larger.
  • Embedded media files and/or URL links are not permitted.

What Reviewers Will Look For

  • Accurate data and well supported research.
  • Adherence to format requirements (above).
  • Adherence to CME requirements (must be free of conflict of interest and cannot contain any advertising, trade names, no corporate, affiliate or brand logos, or product-group messages).
  • Typographical and grammatical errors.
  • Clear images if used.

Other ePoster Information

We believe the ePosters are an excellent format to present your data. ASLMS has designed the program to allow for enhanced display and viewer/author interaction.

  • No hard copy posters will be on display. 20 computer stations are available in the exhibit hall for viewing ePosters.
  • CME credits will be offered for viewing ePosters. Lunch hour and breaks allow for ample viewing time.
  • Attendees may search ePosters by author, title, topic and/or abstract number.
  • Each ePoster will have a ‘Submit a Question’ button. Attendees click the button and use a form to submit their question to the ePoster author. This e-mail is sent from ePosterquestions@speakervision.com to the author’s e-mail address. The email will have a special ‘question id’ in the subject link (i.e. quid: xxxx).
    • When the author receives the question, they can choose to not answer the question, in which case the question will not be posted.
    • If the author chooses to answer the question, they simply reply to the e-mail, then both the question and answer will be ‘attached’ to the bottom of the running log.
  • Each ePoster will have a ‘Questions and Answers’ tab which allows viewers to see a running list of questions and corresponding answer from the author. During the conference, the system will update Q&A daily at 6:00 AM.
  • Following the conference, ePosters are published on the ASLMS website and viewable for a minumum of one-year. The Q&A log will also be viewable post-conference online, but ability to ask questions will be disabled.
  • ASLMS members may view sample ePosters online.

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