Presentation guidelines 2023

Poster presentation guidelines

  • The default format for posters is A0 portrait.
  • The standard layout is: introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion and conclusion. Deviation from this template is allowed if it suits the subject.
  • Use figures and tables to clarify results and provide references.
  • Emphasize the clinical applications/impact of your work in your poster presentation.
  • On-site, you will find a plan of the poster boards. Hang your poster on the assigned board, preferably during the morning registration timeslot. You can bring a tablet or other portable device to show additional supporting material.

Oral presentation guidelines

  • Presentations are limited to 8 minutes, followed by 2 minutes of questions. Stick to the maximum presentation time.
  • Be present 5-10 minutes before the start of the session to introduce yourself to the moderators.
  • Emphasize the clinical applications/impact of your work in your presentation.
  • Presentations should be in Microsoft Office Powerpoint format (‘.ppt’ or ‘.pptx’) with a slide size of 16:9 (widescreen).

Include a disclosure slide in your presentation and email it to abstracts@ismrm-benelux.org before March 17th (23:59 CET) as a compressed .zip file.

Power pitch guidelines

  • Power pitches combine the maximum exposure of a presentation with the extended discussion time of a poster.
    • First, there are plenary brief PowerPoint presentations (pitches) of 2 minutes, with no time for questions. The pitches will be held back-to-back, so this limit is strict.
    • Later, during the poster sessions, there is the opportunity to present your work as a traditional poster, giving plenty of time for discussion.
  • Besides the time of the pitch, guidelines for the Powerpoint presentation and poster are the same as above.

Include a disclosure slide in your presentation and email it to abstracts@ismrm-benelux.org before March 17th (23:59 CET) as a compressed .zip file.