Poster Presentation Guidelines

PLEASE NOTE:
IN COMPLIANCE WITH EACCME REQUIREMENTS 
ALL SPEAKERS/POSTER PRESENTERS ARE REQUESTED 
EI​THER TO DISCLOSE ANY CONFLICTS OF INTEREST, 
OR TO INCLUDE IN THEIR PRESENTATION/POSTER
A STATEMENT THAT THEY HAVE NONE​
​Please click here to download a template ​of the dis​closure slide​


Please note the following information regarding your presentation:

Posters may be mounted from 08:00 AM on your presentation day and should be displayed until the end of the day. 

Please note that posters will be presented in shifts. If you mount  your poster on the days that are not your specified presentation days, your poster will be removed. The organizing committee will not be responsible for any misplaced posters.

Poster presenters are requested to stand next to their poster during coffee breaks and lunch breaks as indicated in the program for informal discussions/ questions regarding their work.

Please check the Final Program received upon registration to the congress for the number of the poster board allocated to you. Please use the board with the same number.

Posters may be prepared on one sheet (preferred method) or alternatively on several smaller sheets.

  • The dimensions of the poster board are PORTRAIT style: 1m wide x 2.30m long. It is suggested that your poster be 90 cm wide by 120 cm tall. 
  • 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.
  • Double sided tape, tacks and technical equipment will be available for the mounting of posters. Staff will also be in the poster area to assist you.
  • The Organizing Committee will not be responsible for posters that are not removed by the end of the presentation day.
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Poster session overview

Thursday, November 19

  • Clinical Infectious Diseases 
  • HIV
  • Public Health and Epidemiology
Friday, November 20
  • Childhood Tuberculosis 
  • Dengue Fever 
  • Immunisation in special hosts 
  • Infection Control & Antibiotic Resistance 
  • Malaria
  • Neonatal Infections 
  • Respiratory Infections, the Microbiome, and Innate Immunity 
  • Severe Childhood Bacterial Infections 
Saturday, November 21
  • Combating antimicrobial resistance and antimicrobial stewardship
  • Diarrhoea
  • Emerging and zoonotic disease ​
  • Immunisation and Vaccinology 
  • Pneumonia
  • Tropical Diseases 
  • Miscellaneous

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