71st Annual Meeting

Scientific and Demonstration Posters are required to be displayed physically onsite in Montreal, Canada and submitted as an E-Poster.

The deadline to submit your E-Poster August was 29th.

 Please ensure your poster is in person-first language and does not include any brand names. Download the flyer and brochure for more details on person-first language.

Your poster number can be found at http://www.aacpdm.org/meetings/2017/program/posters.

E-Poster Guidelines

NEW! The 2017 Best Scientific and Best Demonstration Poster Awards will be reviewed and scored based on the E-Poster that is uploaded by August 29th by the AACPDM Awards Committee. Please ensure all information is included in your E-Poster version and that it is uploaded on time to be considered for these awards.

E-Posters must be submitted using either the PowerPoint Template or Keynote Template. Please email meetings@aacpdm.org if you need the Keynote Template. Templates will also be available to download as an optional task in the Speaker Harvester.

Once you create a one slide poster (either in PowerPoint or Keynote), save the file as a PDF, and upload your file to the Speaker Harvester.

Please name your PDF file as "posternumber_lastname.pdf" (For example, SP32_Banner.pdf)

A sample E-Poster layout is below for your convenience. If you would like to use this layout, please download this template.

Times

 

Wednesday, Sept. 13 Thursday, Sept. 14 Friday, Sept. 15 Saturday, Sept. 16
2:00- 4:00 pm
(Set Up)
10:15 am - 10:45 am 9:45 - 10:30 am ** 10:15 am - 10:30 am
  3:30 pm - 4:00 pm 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm 12:00-2:00 pm
(Tear Down)
  6:15 pm - 7:15 pm**
Wine & Cheese
Poster and Exhibit Review
   
** Denotes times presenters are required to be at poster

Times are subject to change

Physical Poster Guidelines

Size

The maximum size of a traditional paper poster is 4 feet tall (vertical) by 6 feet wide (horizontal).  The AACPDM will provide poster boards which measure 4 feet tall (vertical) by 8 feet wide (horizontal) that will hold 1 poster on each side.

Heading

The heading for the poster should include the title, author(s) and affiliation. The heading must be mounted at the top of the board. Lettering should be large enough to be read from a minimum distance of four feet.

Contact Information

Please include contact information or business cards attached to your poster for attendees to contact you at a later date.

Miscellaneous

In preparing and presenting your poster, please keep in mind that your audience may represent many disciplines and perspectives, including physicians, therapists, researchers and parents.

Tacks or push pins for attaching your poster to the board will be provided.

Poster arrangement can vary; however, a sample arrangement for easy viewing is illustrated below: