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Instructions for Electronic Poster Session (ePoster)
2020 Arizona Stroke Conference
Abstract Submission Categories for ePoster Presentation
Evidence-based/ Quality Improvement
Initial Submission: Please send initial abstract to email@example.com by July 1, 2020.
Abstract Notification by Conference Committee: August 1, 2020
Final PowerPoint ePoster: Friday, October 16, 2020
Steps to follow for your abstract submission:
Once you prepared your abstract according to the guidelines for abstract structure:
Submit your abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
After submission you will be acknowledged of the receipt of the abstract via an email
Notification of abstract acceptance will be sent via email by August 1, 2020.
Accepted ePoster Instructions
Do not print your poster. You will orally present your electronic poster (Power Point slide) at one of the electronic poster presentation sessions held on Thursday or Friday.
You will have 10 minutes to discuss your poster and 5 minutes for questions from the audience. Eposter presentations will take place in the main presentation hall. You will receive more information once your abstract is accepted.
You must email your final poster PowerPoint slide by Friday, October 18th at noon to email@example.com. Your poster will not be accepted if your PowerPoint slide is not received by the deadline.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Guidelines for Abstract Structure
Word range for the abstract is 175 – 300 words. The abstracts which do not meet this word limit will be sent back to the author(s) to be revised.
Please follow the abstract template carefully. If the abstract template is not followed as is, you will be asked for revisions.
Your submission should be in English.
We encourage you to send an informative abstract (complete abstract) which is a summary of a paper’s substance including its background, purpose, methodology, findings/results, and conclusion/discussion.
Please send in a brief biography together with the abstract.
Please include author names, titles, hospital/university affiliation and disclosures
Purpose: This is a concise statement of the specific aim or goal of the study or evidence based project. Study goals frequently describe, explain, or predict.
Method: This is a brief description of how the study was done. Mention the sampling method, subject number, whether there was group assignment, and what the dependent and independent variables were.
Findings: Briefly describe what the primary findings of the study were.
Discussion: Describe how your findings fit into the ‘larger’ picture. What does your study add to our knowledge of this area? How can your findings be applied? What needs to be done in the future?