We would like to thank you for accepting to participate in the Nordic Biobank Conference 2022 in Gothenburg. The following is some information to help you prepare your contribution.
We wish you good luck and thank you again for your cooperation! If you have questions after reading these guidelines, feel free to contact Wahida Sarwari, program chair, email@example.com
Please check the program for your finalized presentation time and note that your allocated time includes both the presentation and Q&A.
To ensure a smooth progression during the sessions, we kindly ask presenting speakers to consider the following:
The time slot for each type of presentation is:
Session chairs have been instructed to rigorously enforce the schedule, and to strictly limit the length of a presentation. We kindly ask for your understanding and cooperation in keeping to the schedule.
Please be at the room of your session 15 minutes before session start, in order to meet your session chairs, and the other speakers in advance as well get your headset. Also, please make sure that you are seated in front row of the hall as it will make your way to the lectern easier when it is your time to present.
We recommend all speakers to use our conference PowerPoint template slides while preparing your presentation. We have included a disclosure slide in the conference PowerPoint template. Please declare if you have anything to disclose, otherwise add “No Disclosures”. The template can be downloaded here. For further instructions regarding your presentation submission and other practicalities, please find more information below under section ”Speakers Preview Room and presentations”.
Please note the instruction below for presentation submission to the Speaker Preview Room is only for speakers presenting on the conference day 7-8 September.
For workshops and Course in Basic principles in biobanking on 6 September, please bring your presentation on a USB memory stick in MS-PowerPoint or Adobe PDF format to the session hall 15 minutes before the session starts.
Presenters must report to the Speaker Preview Room and submit their presentation at least 1 hour prior to their talk!
The presentation will then be sent to the correct room where a technician is available to assist and start the presentation for you. No use of personal laptops will be allowed.
Wednesday 7 September, 07:30-17:00
Thursday 8 September, 07:30-14:30
There will be one technician in each room and the computers will be PC. In order to avoid any problems with your presentation please make sure it is compatible and fulfils the necessary requirements to be run by the following software:
MS Office 2013 or later version (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Windows Media Player
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Equipments for speakers:
Headset, projector, preview-screen/scene monitor, clicker, and lectern will be provided for the speaker.
The standard format of the projectors in the conference rooms is 16:9 (widescreen). The default slide size in PowerPoint 2013 is widescreen (16:9), for earlier versions of PowerPoint it might be necessary to manually change this. Change the slide size from standard (4:3) to widescreen (16:9).
However, we recommend all speakers to use our conference PowerPoint template slides while preparing your presentation. We have included a disclosure slide in the conference PowerPoint template. Please declare if you have anything to disclose, otherwise add “No Disclosures”. The template can be downloaded here.
Please note that all conference presentations will be published on the conference website after the event. If you have any objections, please contact the conference secretariat.
The poster area will be located in Hall F of the conference area. Poster presenting authors can display their poster during the entire conference. Please remove your poster after the conference, no later than Thursday 8 September at 17.00. Posters remaining after that time will not be saved.
When preparing the poster, presenters should have in mind the objective of capturing the interest of attendees to the work that is being presented. Use an appropriate font size such that posters are readable by delegates from 1.5 m away.
The poster message should be clear and understandable without oral explanation. Further, poster presenters should note the following items:
As a chairperson, you are responsible for planning and conducting your session. There are a few things that you can do before the conference starts to ensure that you are well prepared.
Prior to the conference, please contact your speakers (invited and oral abstract presenters) to introduce yourself and your session. Also collect a basic biography to help you introduce the speakers on stage.
The function of a session chair on-site is to introduce the session and the speakers and to keep the session moving according to the prearranged schedule. This timeframe is crucial to keep the event on schedule. As a session chair, you will be responsible for leading the Q&A session at the end of each talk.
Most sessions are 90 min with 2 invited speakers and 2 oral abstract presenters. For allocated presentation time for each category of speakers, see “Oral presentation instructions” above.
Please note that all session chairs are requested to come to the session hall 15 minutes prior to the start time of their session to receive a briefing from the technician regarding set up, etc. Before the session starts make sure that all your speakers are prepared with their headset. Also make sure your speakers are seated in the front row of the hall so they will make their way to the lectern when it is their time to present. In each session hall, there will also be a host to assist you.
On the stage, there will be a table setup (1x table and 2 chairs) with microphone for chairperson. If you wish to go for a headset, talk to the room technician.
Thank the speakers for their contributions and the audience for their attendance. Also, inform the audience what is next in the conference program i.e., break, lunch, or symposium.
Sessions may be filmed/photographed during the conference. Photos or video footage will be used for conference-related communication and the promotion of future conferences.
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