Once again, both hard and soft copy posters will be displayed. Please read through the information below carefully and ensure you complete all tasks by the allocated deadline.
Posters are to be in-place by 10.15 am on Monday 22 April 2024 and will be displayed for the duration of the conference in the Exhibition Hall at the Darwin Convention Centre.
Hard copy posters should be printed in “AO Portrait” (1,189mm high x 841mm wide). Presenters are required to bring their own hook-and-loop velcro for attachment to the board (double sided tape or blu tac are not suitable).
Poster walk around sessions will take place during the lunch breaks on both Monday or Tuesday of the conference. During these sessions, hard copy posters will be judged, please stand by your poster should delegates or the judges have any questions with regards to your research.
Your poster will be allocated a day and poster number after the early bird deadline.
Your poster will also be displayed electronically. Please upload your single page PDF to the following Dropbox: www.dropbox.com/request/IbnxeQQS1kDJBRZorhxC
Your digital poster will be included in a resource gallery, accessible through the APS 2024 conference app, alongside a copy of your abstract.
All digital poster files must be submitted via the Dropbox link above by Monday 8 April 2024. Any submissions received after this deadline will not be confirmed. If you have any questions relating to your digital poster submission, please contact the Conference Secretariat
Most conferences and ASM’s use the same, old, wall-of-text poster design. We know, we’ve been doing it too!
The APS wants to try to improve the efficiency of the transfer of knowledge at their ASM, by encouraging authors to use the #betterposter format.
Traditional, wall-of-text posters make delegates search for the main finding. The aim of the #betterposter template is to make sharing the main findings of each poster easier.
For an interesting video that explains what a #betterposter is, please watch this video: How to create a better research poster in less time
If you've used #betterposter before and are ready to make your work stand out even more, click here
If you choose to use this format, please note:
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The Australian Pain Society will offer a prize of $500 for the best poster. The winner will be announced on the last day of the Scientific Meeting, on Wednesday 24 April 2024. Please note, only hard copy posters will be judged and considered for the prize. We encourage you to stay for the presentation.
These sessions are meant to be a light-hearted break in between the longer plenary talks, so have fun with it! The most memorable Rapid Communication presentations are always the ones that have taken a creative angle to their presentation.
The Australian Pain Society will offer a prize of $750 for the best Rapid Communication presentation. The winner will be announced on the last day of the Scientific Meeting.
All presenters must register by the early bird registration deadline of Tuesday 27 February 2024, for their presentation to be included in the program.
A personalised registration link has been sent to all poster presenters. If you cannot find this link you can also just register here
A reminder no funding or discounted registrations are available for submitted abstracts authors.
Please note, even if you choose to only display an electronic copy of your poster you must still register and attend at least one day of the conference. Posters only displayed in electronic form will not be considered for the Poster Award.
If you have any questions, or can no longer present your poster please contact the APS ASM Conference Secretariat via firstname.lastname@example.org