All accepted presenters must pre-register and pay the applicable fee by 15 Sept 2023 (presenter preregistration deadline). If you do not pre-register, you will NOT be allowed to present at the meeting and your abstract will be withdrawn from the scientific program.

Please go directly to the registration desk when you first arrive at the Meeting to collect your name badge and other related materials. If you have any queries regarding the programme or your presentation, please visit the registration desk. The desk will operate during the following times:

22 November 2023: 8.00am - 5.00pm
23-24 November 2023: 8.00am - 1.00pm
Timings subject to change.

If you did not provide your presentation before the conference, please take your presentation to the session room between 7.30 and 8.30am of the day of your presentation. Conference support staff will be available to assist you to check and test your presentation.

  • All accepted and registered presenters must attend and present during their live session/presentation time.
  • Please meet in your session room at least 20 minutes prior to the start of the session. This will allow time for the Chairs to meet you, explain the seating set up and arrangements for questions/discussion following the conclusion of your presentation.
  • Presenters are required to be in attendance for the full duration of the live session time in order to participate in the discussion period. Any additional time at the conclusion of all scheduled presentations is designated for discussion and for additional question and answer for any of the presenters.
  • For oral presentations, you will be allocated 8 minutes of presentation time plus 2 minutes for Q&A. Please ensure you adhere to these timings to avoid any disruption to the programme schedule.
  • Presenters may create as many PowerPoint slides as needed for their presentation that will fit in their presentation time.
  • Slides should be in 16:9 format.
  • Use a font size larger than 16 points.
  • Internet access will not be available from the presentation computer. Please have all your videos embedded into your presentation. If you have any audio or visual files (video clips etc.) embedded into your presentation, please ensure that these are saved as individual files on your USB stick.
  • Use fonts with consistently thick lines.
  • Members of your audience may be colour blind. For graphs, avoid using red and green together. Blue/orange is a common colourblind-friendly palette. Blue/red or blue/brown can be used as a substitute.
  • Use a high colour contrast for text and background of slides (such as dark text on a light background).
  • Additional information regarding formatting of your presentation will be available in the online pre-upload site.
  • Please note that the official Meeting language is English. All presentations must be made in English.
  • Give an opening statement to acquaint the audience with the nature and purpose of the study.
  • Briefly describe procedures and materials. Define all trade names first, then use generic names throughout. All compounds and drugs must be identified.
  • Allocate most of the presentation time to the results of the study. State the results simply and clearly so that significant facts can be readily identified.
  • Conclude the presentation with a brief summary of the essential results you believe were demonstrated by the experimental data.
  • Please be sure to be present in the session room for the discussion period(s), if scheduled.