Poster Guidelines

If your work has been selected for poster presentation, please adhere to the following specification:

  • Size – A1
  • Orientation – portrait

Poster design tips

  • The title should be at the top in large letters
  • Your goal is to convey a clear message with a combination of images and short blocks of text
  • Every element, including graphs and tables should be easily readable from a distance of two metres
  • Bring your poster already printed. There will be no printing services available on site

Poster display at the conference:

  • A list will be available on the day with your poster title and corresponding display board number
  • We will provide adhesive, push pins/ staples etc are not allowed
  • You are fully responsible for the set up and dismantling of your poster. The David Kenward Lecure Theatre will be open from 1pm on 8 April. All posters must be displayed by 5.15pm on the day to allow for a prompt start
  • You will be informed on the day which walk-around session your poster has been allocated to. Authors are requested to stand by their poster during their session. You should prepare a brief three minute summary to present to our judges, to be followed by two minutes of questions. Timings will be strictly adhered to
  • You are responsible for your own poster at the end of the conference. Any posters not removed by the conference close will be taken by the organisers and no responsibility can be taken for their safe return