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Name of Presentation: Arial 72 pt. Presenter Name, Associates, and Collaborators Department name, KU School of Medicine–Wichita: Arial 48 pt. Typical parts of a poster Title Authors and affiliations Introduction Goals (optional) Methods Results Conclusions Future directions (optional)

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Name of presentation arial 72 pt

Name of Presentation: Arial 72 pt.

Presenter Name, Associates, and Collaborators

Department name, KU School of Medicine–Wichita: Arial 48 pt.

  • Typical parts of a poster

  • Title

  • Authors and affiliations

  • Introduction

  • Goals (optional)

  • Methods

  • Results

  • Conclusions

  • Future directions (optional)

  • References (optional)

  • Acknowledgements

  • How large should the fonts be?

  • • Title 72 pt

    • • Section heading 48 pt

      • • Figure heading 30 pt

        • • General text 28 pt

          • • Text for labels 20 pt

  • Tips for readable posters

  • Use dark text on a light background

  • Avoid garish colors and complicated

  • backgrounds

  • Use one font and style for the whole

  • poster

  • Leave space between columns

  • Try to use bullet points and pictures instead of text

  • Label figures clearly

Introduction

Gets the viewers interested, brings them up to speed. Puts your work in context of what is known. Justifies model system and approach. Ends with a clear statement of specific goals or hypothesis.

  • Conclusion

  • Use bullet points to highlight major findings

  • Consider displaying a model

  • Possible to use summary paragraph or summary bullet points instead

  • Methods

  • As brief as possible

  • Use graphics and flow charts rather than text

  • No need to describe basic methods

  • Common Mistakes

  • Too much material

  • Too much text – Limit the word count to 250 to 350 words.

  • Poor layout

  • Blocks of text longer than 10 sentences

  • Waiting until last minute to print

  • Neglecting to prepare your presentation

  • Results

  • Include only a few key figures or tables

  • Figures should have title that summarizes results

  • Figures should be large, clearly labeled, easy to understand without a long legend

  • Future Directions

  • Optional section

  • Use bullet points

  • Be brief


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