Instructions for e-Poster presenters
In case your abstract has been accepted for e-Poster presentation and you have completed your Congress registration in due time, now you need to prepare your e-Poster. You will receive an email with a dedicated link to upload your e-Poster.
Each poster will consist of a 1-page file and an MP3 audio file.
E-Poster presentations will be available for viewing and listening in the virtual platform through the e-Poster gallery at all times during the Congress days and for 3 months after the event.
The participants will be able to chat with the poster presenters through the virtual platform.
Please find the technical instructions on how to prepare your e-Poster below.
Technical specification for e-Poster preparation
Please submit your e-poster as a 1-page .PPTX file in landscape orientation. You can find a template here.
Deadline for submission: 24 March, 2021
- Language: All E-Posters should be prepared in English.
- File format: .pptx
- E-Poster orientation: landscape
- File size: Less than 10 MB
- When inserting images, photos, tables, etc., use copy-paste. Do not use embedded documents
- Hyperlinks, animated images, animations and videos are not permitted for e-Posters and will be non-functioning
- QR Codes may be included
- Please do not use headers, footers or layers
- Before saving your .PPTX file, please make sure the view is not enlarged (i.e. the view is actual size or the zoom magnification is 100% or less)
- When saving your .PPTX, please do not use symbols or special characters (ie. +/-@) in the file name
Recording your MP3 audio for your E-poster
You are encouraged to include a short 3 minute audio recording to accompany your e-Poster.
For instructions on how to record a short audio file to present your e-Poster click here.
**Please note that you should NOT save the MP3 file name with any characters or symbols, only text.
By uploading your E-Poster and audio file, you agree to having it published on the WHAHC 2021 virtual platform for the duration of 3 months following the Virtual Congress.