Important Speaker Information
Speaker Registration Due: 23 August 2019
Speaker Headshot Image for the Website Due: 13 September 2019
Presenter AV Requirements Form Due: 18 October 2019
PowerPoint Presentation Due (widescreen format 16:9): 15 November 2019
AIPN Conference: 25-27 November 2019
All speakers are required to register for the conference by 23 August 2019 to confirm their position on the program.
Click the button below to register as a speaker and to confirm your position on the program.
All oral presenters are requested to complete and submit the AV requirements form by Friday 18 October 2019.
Click the button below to complete the speaker AV requirements form.
Please send your headshot image to [email protected] to accompany your speaker biography on the conference website and app. Your biography has already been collected through the abstract submission process and will be published as is on the conference website and app. Please provide your headshot image prior to Friday 13 September 2019.
Your Oral Presentation must be 15 minutes in length with an appropriate number of slides. View the conference program to check your scheduled program timing here: https://event.icebergevents.com.au/injuryprevention2019/program.
Note: PowerPoint presentations are required in 16:9 (widescreen) format. Please contact Bella Lenti via [email protected] should you require assistance with ensuring your presentation is in this format.
We request that all presentations (i.e. PowerPoint presentation) be emailed to [email protected] by Friday 15 November 2019. A reminder email will be sent to you closer to the due date.
Tips for Creating your PowerPoint Presentation
- Use a font that is easy to read. Arial, Verdana or Calibri tend to be the easiest to read on screens
- Font should be no smaller than 18pt
- Align text left. Centered text is harder to read
- Write in point form, not complete sentences
- Include 4-5 bullet points per slide
- Avoid wordiness and clutter: A headline, a few bullet points, maybe an image – anything more than that and you risk losing your audience.
- Heading font should be bigger than your body text.
- Put dark text on a white background. This is easiest to read. If you must use a dark background – for instance, if your company uses a standard template with a dark background – make sure your text is quite light (white, cream or light grey) and increase the font size.
Images, Charts and Diagrams:
- A chart, diagram or image can often convey much more to your audience than text
- Don’t use low resolutions images as these can appear blurry on the screen.
- Use 1-2 slides per minute of your presentation.
For more information about PowerPoint or sample PowerPoint templates please click here: http://office.microsoft.com/en-au/templates/powerpoint-templates-FX102832605.aspx.
Rapid oral presentations have been allocated 3 minutes during the concurrent sessions to deliver a key message on their research. Each rapid oral presentation may use a maximum of 3 slides including the introduction/title slide, message/content, and a conclusion/end slide where applicable.
Please view the tips above for preparing and formatting your PowerPoint presentation.
Posters may be presented as a hardcopy poster.
Hard Copy Posters
- The poster size is A0 (841 mm wide x 1188 mm high). Poster orientation must be portrait.
- It is the author’s responsibility to place their posters on the boards using Velcro (authors to supply own Velcro).
- Posters are numbered. Please ensure your poster is placed under the correct number.
- The poster title should appear across the top of the poster. The recommended size for lettering of titles is 25mm high e.g. Arial font size 96 in bold face type.
- The author/s name, address and organisation should appear below the title in 24 – 32 point font.
- The recommended minimum size for headings and sub-headings is 15 mm high e.g. Arial font size 48 point in bold face type.
- The recommended minimum size of letters in the text is 8 mm high e.g. Arial font size 32 point. Recommended line spacing is at least 1.5.
- The logos of the author/s and any assisting organisations should be placed in an appropriate position, usually at the bottom of the poster.
- Use contrasting colours where appropriate in charts, diagrams etc.
- If you wish to present your poster on a freestanding banner, please contact Bella Lenti at Iceberg Events via email ([email protected]).