Please find some guidelines and useful information below for all free paper presenters.
All oral free papers are allocated 9 minutes for presentation and 3 minutes for questions. The session will be kept strictly to time.
For a full list of authors in your session, please click here.
Free paper abstracts will be included in the 2022 conference app, a hard copy handbook will not be available.
Please keep to a maximum of 10 PowerPoint slides in 16:9 format. As a guide, it is best to use no more than 8 lines of bold print per page, and try not to make the slides too busy!
PowerPoint presentations need to be downloaded onto a laptop or USB stick and brought with you to the conference.
Even if you would prefer to use your own laptop, please ensure you check-in to the Speaker Preparation Room, at least 1 hour prior to your session.
The Speaker Preparation Room is in Chancellor 4 on the Mezzanine Level.
The session room will include standard audio visual equipment including a laptop and data projection.
APS are tweeting updates about the conference so make sure to follow us, and please feel free to retweet our messages or tweet in advance about your own involvement in the conference.
The Australian Pain Society will offer a prize of $1000 for the best free paper. The winner will be announced on the last day of the Scientific Meeting, on Wednesday 13 April 2022.
All presenters must register by the early bird registration deadline of 28 February 2022, for their presentation to be included in the program. A personalised registration link has been sent to all free paper presenters. If you cannot find this link you can also register here. If you would like this link resent please email the Conference Secretariat.
A reminder no funding or discounted registrations are available for submitted abstracts authors.
If you have any questions, or can no longer present your paper please contact the APS 2022 Conference Secretariat via firstname.lastname@example.org