An electronic poster (E-Poster) is a poster in PowerPoint format, allowing the inclusion of movies, and other multi-media formats, and presenters are encouraged to take advantage of the versatility of this medium. All multi-media E-Posters will be presented at numbered monitors in the Exhibition Hall. The time allotted for E-poster presentations is 20 minutes, and authors are requested to be at their assigned computers for the period of time specified in the acceptance message. During this time you will be available for discussion of your E-Poster. A formal presentation is not necessary.
Instead of being printed as an actual poster and stuck on a wall, an ePoster it’s made in Microsoft Powerpoint, Word or any image editing software such as Photoshop or Corel and inserted into an application by the company that provides ePoster Solutions. This way, all posters will be accessible throughout an easy-to-use software associated with a touchscreen and a bigger screen behind it. All ePosters will be “hosted” in a very small, user-friendly environment instead of stuck on hundreds of meters all over the conferences walls.
Credit Hours for the CME/CPD registered attendees will be provided. Avail 8-21 CME Credit hours.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR E-POSTER:
CREATING AND DESIGNING YOUR E-POSTER
Poster size and orientation
- All posters will be set in portrait style orientation (and all information (i.e. text, data, photos, and figures) must be designed to appear within one window/slide.
- If you design your E-Poster in PowerPoint (PPT), ALL information must be appeared within ONE (1) slide only. Use Page Setup and choose Slide Size: “Custom (Width 50 cm, Height 90 cm)” with a Portrait (vertical) orientation.
- Save your PPT into PDF format.
- The resolution of the monitors used for e-poster presentation is 1920 x 1080 pixels and the size is 52,3 cm x 93,3 cm (in Portrait orientation). All the presenters are required to set the resolution of their e-posters the same as the monitors’
- Poster Number (on the top left corner)
- Title of the E-Poster (should be brief and match with the submitted abstract)
- Names and affiliations of all authors (each author to be marked with superscript number (such as 1, 2) with their corresponding institute affiliation and their addresses.
- The logo of the affiliated institution/university should be placed on the upper left-hand corner, whilst the first author’s color photograph (passport style) should be placed on the upper right-hand corner of the poster.
- Arial font should be used throughout the poster with such clarity that it could be read from 1.5 meters distance. The title and subheadings should be written in bold. Italics should be avoided as it would be harder to read from a distance.
- Please be considerate when using colors for the presentation, keep only 2-3 colors as this would be a formal scientific poster presentation. Please select background colors that contrast well with the font to allow easier reading of your text. Avoid backgrounds with bright or dark colors and full of texture as this will distract readers.
- Make sure that any photographs or figures being used in the poster are of sufficient size so that they are clearly visible, with a high resolution. The number of photographs should be limited to only those that are essential and relevant for the poster (preferably not exceeding 4-6 photos). Do not submit any photographs or pictures that are not relevant to the text, such as cartoon characters, etc. Photographs for case report presentation should be in standard quality for all extra-oral/intra-oral photos and pre-treatment/post-treatment photos. The radiograph’s view must be of good quality and have minimal distortion.
- Graphs and tables should be well organized and the font used should be of a size that is easy to read.
- Content of poster presentation
- Research (Introduction, Objectives, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusion, References, and Acknowledgment).
- Case Report (Introduction, Objectives, Case Operation Procedure, Discussion, Conclusion References and Acknowledgment).
- Literature Review (Introduction, Literature studies, Discussion, Conclusion and References).
- Declaration of Conflict of Interest for all authors; if there are no relevant conflicts, this must be included on the poster.
- Data must be given in units that are generally accepted in scientific publications (international metric system is preferred)