AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPORT ONSITE
All session rooms are equipped with standard audio-visual set-up:
- LCD Projector
- Laptop Computer
- Podium Microphone
Please note that although there will be Wi-Fi access, it will not support web-based presentations.
We encourage all presenters to upload their presentation files prior to May 31, 2019.
The upload to the online system can only be done by the primary contact of the submission.
Please also bring a copy of the file to the Annual Meeting on a USB stick as backup.
For Workshops & Panels click on: View (or update presenters of) your Panel or Workshop Session > Upload Presentation
For Orals, Vignettes & Posters click on: View (or update presenters of) your Abstract for an Oral, Vignette or Poster Presentation
Workshop, Panel, Oral and Vignette presentations: preferably in 16:9 format, to be uploaded as ppt, pptx or pdf file.
Download the HTAi 2019 PowerPoint Template HERE
Poster presentations: landscape format, 16:9 = 1920 x 1080 (300 dpi) = 88,6 cm wide x 49,8 cm high (CENTIMETERS), 34.88 in x 19.60 in (INCHES)
to be uploaded as jpg or pdf file
Presentations not uploaded onto the system must be handed in onsite at the Speaker Ready Room, at least 2 hours in advance of their scheduled time slot. For poster files handed in onsite, please allow for a 24hr processing time to be visible on the poster presentation columns.
In addition, any changes to presentations after May 31, 2019 must be completed onsite at the Speaker Ready Room as well.
- Orals: Oral presentations will be grouped by topic area with sessions led by Chairs well-versed in the field. Each individual oral presentation will be 12 minutes in length including questions from the audience and held within a conference room. Chairs will be selected by the HTAi Secretariat and the ISPC. Chairs will ensure presenters stay to time and will moderate the question/answer sessions following each oral presentation.
- Vignettes: Vignettes are considered a high level of scientific communication. A vignette is a brief oral presentation highlighting a specific research finding with an emphasis on the practical implications. Authors present for five minutes using a single (i.e., one) slide and then answer follow-up questions. Vignettes need to be precise, concise and comprehensible. Each Vignette is followed by time for discussion. Vignette authors are encouraged to show how their research deals with the future of HTA. Presentations will be held in a conference room and grouped by topic area. Chairs will be selected by the HTAi Secretariat and the ISPC. Chairs will ensure presenters stay to time and will also moderate the question/answer sessions following each vignette. HTAi strongly encourages submissions for vignette presentations.
- Posters: Authors submitting abstracts that are accepted for posters will be given the opportunity to present their work during formal conference breaks. Authors presenting their work as a poster are expected to be present at their poster at the assigned time to interact with fellow conference delegates.