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International Congress of Pediatrics (ICP)

Instructions for Presenters 

ORAL PRESENTATIONS   I    POSTER PRESENTATION

 

 PLEASE NOTE:
IN COMPLIANCE WITH EACCME REQUIREMENTS ALL SPEAKERS ARE REQUESTED TO INCLUDE A SLIDE DISCLOSING CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AT THE BEGINNING OF THEIR PRESENTATION

Please click here to download a template of the disclosure slide

 

Oral Presentations

If using a PowerPoint (or any other computer) presentation, please note you need to bring it on a CD, a DVD or on a “disk on key” Memory stick (using the USB port in the computer) and load it on one of the conference’ computers in the Speakers’ Ready Room, at least 1 hour before the start of the session.
Please note that the conference computers in the session halls are being supplied with Office 2007 (at least).

If combining video films with PowerPoint, please make sure to check it in the session hall where your lecture is taking place during a coffee or lunch break prior to your session, at least 30 minutes before the start of the session - even after checking it in the Speakers’ Ready Room.

Alternatively you may supply your own laptop computer. In such a case please confirm that it has a VGA socket for external signal and come to check it first in the Speakers’ Ready Room as soon as you arrive and later on in the session hall where your lecture is taking place during the coffee or lunch break prior to your session, at least 30 minutes before the start of the session.

Important note for Macintosh users

In order to use MAC presentations on a PC compatible computer please note that you need to prepare it according to the instructions below, before bringing it to the Speakers' Ready Room:

1. Use a common font, such as Arial, Times New Roman, Verdana etc. (special fonts might be changed to a default font on a PowerPoint based PC).
2. Insert pictures as JPG files (and not TIF, PNG or PICT - these images will not be visible on a PowerPoint based PC ).
3. Use a common movie format, such as AVI and WMV (MOV files from QuickTime will not be visible on a PowerPoint based PC).

Alternatively you may use your own Macintosh laptop computer. In such a case please confirm you provide it with a VGA adaptor for external signal and come to check it first in the Speakers’ Ready Room as soon as you arrive and later on in the session hall where your lecture is taking place during the coffee or lunch break prior to your session, at least 30 minutes before the start of the session.

Please note that VHS Video projection, 35 mm’ slide projection and Overhead projection (projection of transparencies) will not be available.

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Poster Presentations

Please prepare your poster on one sheet of cardboard. Alternatively presenters may display their material on several smaller sheets.

  • The dimensions of the poster should not exceed 90 cm wide x 120 cm high.
  • Allocate the top of the poster for the title and authors as stated on the submitted abstract.
  • The text, illustrations, etc should be bold enough to be read from a distance of two meters (six feet).
  • Tacks and technical equipment will be available for the mounting of posters.
  • Please refer to the Final Programme for the poster number assigned to you.

Please use the board with the same number.

Poster Presentation Dates According to Topic

Posters will be presented according to the topic they were submitted on according to the following chart:

 

Sunday, August 25

Monday, August 26

Tuesday, August 27

Wednesday, August 28

Adolescent medicine 

Cardiology

Haematology , Oncology

Pharmacology

Child Health and Survival, Millenium development goals

Pulmonology

Child Public Health

Nephrology

Neurology

Nutrition, Gastroenterology and Metabolism

Paed Surgery 

Allergy and Immunology 

Development, neurodevelopment and disability long term outcome studies

Neonatology

Miscellaneous

Endocrinology

Genetics, Congenital Anomalies

 

Mental health 

Infectious Diseases

Education and Training

 

 

Dermatology

 

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