GUIDELINES FOR POSTERS
THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS IS 15 September 2013. PLEASE SEND TO THE FOLLOWING EMAIL ADDRESS:
email@example.com copy firstname.lastname@example.org
The Global Scientific Committee of the conference will make a selection of posters based on the provided abstracts and authors will be notified by mid-October. Please note that the auth ors of the selected posters will have to pay their registration fees.
1-The poster should address one or several objectives of the Global Conference on Veterinary Education and the Role of the Veterinary Statutory Body and should be closely linked with the theme of a specific Session. Please refer to the individual Sessions of the conference at:
2-The abstract should clearly indicate the aim of the poster, its objectives and messages, a brief discussion and a conclusion.
3-The total number of words in the body of the abstract, including references, should not exceed 450.
Example: (Use Arial, 10 point font)
Role and Tasks of a Veterinary Statutory Body (Title; Use bold type)
(leave one line blank after title)
Smith J. (1), Rodriguez M. (2) (Authors; surname and initials)
(1) Affiliations, Name of the Institution, City, Country
(2) Affiliations, Name of the Institution, City, Country
(leave one line blank before the beginning of the body text of the abstract)
Body of abstract………..
4-The poster board should measure approx. 1.2 m ( 47.24 in) high x 0.9 m ( 35.43 in) wide and be made of material that will accept double-sided tape (to be supplied by the Conference organiser).
5-Posters must be prepared and printed in advance by the authors and should be large enough to be viewed from a distance of one meter (approx. 3 feet).
6-Posters should have a label at the top showing the title of the paper, the name(s) of the auth or(s) and their affiliation(s). The size of the characters f or the title should be at least 2.5 cm (approx. 1 inch) high. The posters should be in English only .
7-Illustrations, tables and charts should be clear and simple.
8-Authors will be asked to mount their poster in the afternoon of December 3 rd and remove it after the last session of the Conference.