ePostersLive will be responsible for all poster uploads at this year’s UK Stroke Forum. Instructions for creating and submitting your ePoster, as well as your unique ePoster Submission Code, have been emailed from ePostersLive to all corresponding authors. Click the button below if you have not received the instructions email or if you need any further information about your submission:
For questions or issues regarding the poster submission process, please contact the ePostersLive team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ePoster live presentations
For those who will be presenting in the scheduled poster sessions, you will be contacted by a member of the UKSF team at the start of October with instructions on your presentation. The poster schedule will then be added to the online scientific programme later in October for public viewing.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Abstract and ePoster information
Authors will now have received notification on the status of their submission. Due to changes to the abstract and ePoster programme, information on the differences between presentation types is copied below.
- High-scoring oral abstract: Authors who have been selected to present a short presentation in the dedicated 'High Scoring Abstract' session. Full details on the timings of presentations will be sent to authors once they have confirmed their place in the programme.
- ePoster presentations: Authors who have been selected to present onsite as part of our two dedicated ePoster sessions. Similar to last year, authors will have a dedicated time slot in the programme where they will present their posters to interested delegates via screens in the exhibition hall. Full instructions will be sent to authors once they have confirmed their place in the programme
- ePoster: All remaining authors who have had their poster successfully selected for a slot in the abstract and poster programme, will have the opportunity to upload a three-minute audio to accompany their poster onsite. Authors will NOT be asked to present onsite. Instead, authors will have the option to upload a three-minute audio to accompany their poster, allowing delegates to browse and listen both during the conference and up to five months after, via the conference app/platform.
Further information will be released to authors once they have confirmed their place in the programme. In the meantime, if you are unsure about the status of your abstract or presentation type above, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.