All abstracts accepted will be presented at the Congress as wall paper posters. Authors are welcome to add images, tables and detailed data to document their poster better.

There are 2 steps:

  1.  Upload the electronic version on our portal by Saturday 24 May 2014 at the latest. Posters can be prepared under a single slide PowerPoint® file with a portrait DIN A0 format. Please consult the document with our poster format guidelines here below.
  2. Bring a print version of your poster to London.

Presenting authors need to be available to discuss their results in the poster area during the session in which they will be allocated. The schedules will be communicated by the second half of May 2014.

More information: Guidelines for poster format (PDF document, 1page, 245kb).

The posters of authors registered before 1 March have now been now included in the final version of the scientific programme of our upcoming 15th EFORT Congress in London, held from 4 to 6 June 2014.

The upload of the electronic version of the poster is mandatory. Deadline: Saturday 24 May 2014

  1. Access the poster’s upload platform:
  2. Enter the e-mail address of the presenting author.
  3. Enter the code you received via e-mail.

Please note that:

  • Only posters successfully uploaded will receive a physical space for presentation at the congress.
  • Presentation of posters will be running every day from 12h45 to 14h15.
  • Daily set up of posters is done from 09.00 to 12.00 and dismantling is mandatory after 14.30. Posters not removed before 17.30 will be discarded.
  • Every poster is presented only during one day according to the schedule you received.
  • A final confirmation of your schedule will be communicated again by the end of May 2014.
  • Authors are requested to stay in front of their work during the poster session as Poster Walks under the supervision of a topic expert will be organized and best posters will receive a special distinction.

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