Free paper presentation guidelines
Time allocated: 12 minutes. If you wish to have Q&A, it must be incorporated within this 12 minute timeframe.
Session type: Oral presentation
Rehearse your presentation to ensure it is within this time allocation. Presenters are not permitted to go overtime.
Your presentation and PowerPoint slides must be in English. No translation services are provided at the Congress.
All free paper presenters are requested to complete and submit a short online speaker form by. One form per free paper presentation is to be submitted.
SUBMIT YOUR PHOTOGRAPH
Please submit the following for the Congress Organisers to promote your session. This will be placed on the Congress website and collateral along with your biography.
High resolution headshot (photograph)
- The file size should be over 100KB to be considered high resolution
- It must be a clear photograph (not blurry)
- Save the photograph with the file title as the presenter name
- Email the file to Brodi Newsome via email@example.com by Thursday 31 May 2018.
- All free paper presenters are required to use PowerPoint Presentations during their session
- Your presentation must cover the material as cited in the abstract
- Maximum number of slides is 10 (excluding references and acknowledgement)
- If a short video is embedded in a slide it should not be over 2 minutes
- Presenters will not be permitted to go to an external URL/website during their presentation (PPT slides only)
- Presenters should acknowledge co-authors within their presentations. Co-authors will not be listed on Congress collateral due to limited space.
- In the interest of running seamless transitions between presentations, presenters cannot use their own laptops. All slideshows will be copied onto the main presentation machine.
- Presentation slides will be made available online on the IHF website (in pdf format) after the event
- Reference to possible sponsorship is possible but no advertisement will be accepted.
VIDEO FILES IN YOUR PRESENTATION
If a short video is embedded in a slide it should not be over 2 minutes.
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