PRESENTATION GUIDELINES

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR E-POSTER PRESENTERS
  • The presenter are required to stand by their respective E-Poster display in order to present their E-Poster during the scheduled time.
  • E-Poster Discussion presenters have been allocated 10 minutes to present their E-Poster. Please make sure to check the online program for your scheduled presentation date, time, E-Poster Discussion Session and station. 
     
E-Poster Viewing 
  • Poster presentations accepted for the Conference will be available for viewing as E-Posters.
  • Electronic Posters or E-Posters are similar to traditional paper posters but displayed on-site on multiple large LCD television screens.
  • Each abstract will be displayed on their respective screens starting from 3 hours before the scheduled presentation time on a sharing basis with 3 other accepted posters on a 10 Minutes Loop.
  • The author of the E-Poster presence is compulsory during the scheduled presentation time.
  • E-Poster screens can be found in the E-Poster area.
  • These posters do not require printing or production of materials – as your work will be available for viewing electronically. 
     
E-Poster Discussion Sessions
Presenters should be present at the E-Poster screen 10 minutes before the start of the E-Poster Discussion Session. Each presenter has been allocated 10 minutes time for discussion.
 
Instructions on the Preparation of E-Posters 
You are required to submit your E-Poster via your APACT12th Account as a 1-page PDF-file in Portrait orientation measuring 1920px in Heightand 1080px inWidth before 31st August 2018. The maximum PDF file size is 5 MB
 
E-Posters Display Format 
 
A.   General Information
  • The text, illustrations, etc. should be bold enough to be read from a distance of two meters (six feet)
  • Each chart or table should have a label or explanation.
  • The heading should be in a constant format.
  • Handouts are recommended to be available for people interested in the topic.
  • E-Posters that does not adhere to these general guidelines will be instructed to be revised and resubmitted. Should you fail to submit a suitable poster before 31 August 2018, your E-Poster will not be displayed.
 
B.   Scientific Research E-Posters Format
This category of abstract is for presenting scientific findings and evaluations. E-posters format must be organized as follows:
  • Abstract code, abstract title, authors, and institutional affiliation should be prominently displayed along the top of the poster
  • Background   : state the study objectives, question or the challenge addressed by the research
  • Methods         : state the setting, methods, procedures and techniques used to collect and analyze information. Include a description and breakdown of participants, measures and appropriate statistical analyses
  • Results           : state the current summary of the research results. Present specific findings to date using any illustrations, tables, figures, graphs, photos, flow charts, etc.
  • Conclusion    : describe the implications of the results presented, the significance of the work and summarize key recommendations
C.   Best Practice E-Posters Format
This category of abstract is for presenting experiences and/or any acquired knowledge from implementing or evaluating program and situation. E-posters format must be organized as follows:
  • Abstract code, abstract title, authors, and institutional affiliation should be prominently displayed along the top of the poster
  • Introduction to challenges   : identify the context and the objective of program implementation. Describe the activity, program or policy by which the issue was addressed. Describe target populations, geographic sites/locations and scale and type of activity or service
  • Intervention and responses : how was the challenge overcome? Detail the methods, activities and implementation steps used to overcome the challenge. Describe the methods, procedures and techniques used to collect and analyse information that informed your conclusions
  • Results and lessons learnt : describe the results and impact of the project. Explain the potential application or benefit to other programmes, including what did not work and the evidence that led to this determination
  • Conclusions : describe the practice implications of the results and summarise key recommendations. Highlight opportunities for future programmer practice and implications for other programmes or settings
 
 
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORAL PRESENTERS
  1. Presentation Time: 7-10 minutes presentation
  2. Presentation slides should be prepared with Microsoft PowerPoint
  3. Please indicates abstract code, abstract title, authors, and institutional affiliation in your slide presentation
  4. Slides size must be set to 16:9 Ratio
  5. Presenters are requested to check and submit their final version of presentation files at least 4 hours before their presentations at the slide counter in the speakers’ room. You should check your presentation file whether it works correctly in our system.
  6. Should there be any videos to be played within your PowerPoint slides, please make sure to check it in the session hall where your presentation is taking place – even after checking it in the pre-view room.
  7. Control computers will be equipped with Windows Operating System.
  8. The computer used in the presentation will be provided by the Organizing Committee.
 
 
INSTRUCTIONS FOR RAPID-FIRE PRESENTERS
  1. Presentation Time: 3 - 5 minutes presentation
  2. Presentation slides should be prepared with Microsoft PowerPoint
  3. Please indicates abstract code, abstract title, authors, and institutional affiliation in your slide presentation
  4. Slides size must be set to 16:9 Ratio
  5. Presenters are requested to check and submit their final version of presentation files at least 4 hours before their presentations at the slide counter in the speakers’ room. You should check your presentation file whether it works correctly in our system.
  6. Should there be any videos to be played within your PowerPoint slides, please make sure to check it in the session hall where your presentation is taking place – even after checking it in the pre-view room.
  7. Control computers will be equipped with Windows Operating System.
  8. The computer used in the presentation will be provided by the Organizing Committee.