Oral Presentation Guidelines
The 9th Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights (APCRSHR9) is very pleased to have you as a speaker for Parallel Session for this major event, hosted at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Halong Bay, Vietnam, 27-30 November 2017.
Please follow the guidelines below to prepare your Parallel Session Oral Presentation.
DESCRIPTION OF PARALLEL SESSIONS
1. Each parallel session will run for 1.5 hours (90 minutes). Depending on the number of speakers accepted and attending, each speaker will have an equal amount of time to make their oral presentation to a total of 60 minutes. The remaining 30 minutes will be available for questions and comments from the audience and replies from the speakers.
2. The session chairs are expected to make sure that the session starts on time and that all speakers remain within the time allotted for their presentation. The Chair will introduce the speakers and moderate questions and comments from the audience. At the end of the session, the Chair will report a few key points to the Scientific Committee
3. Parallel session rooms will be equipped with computers, projectors and laser pointers.
PREPARATION FOR ORAL PRESENTATION
1. Speakers are encouraged to utilize Microsoft power point software for their presentations. Presentations should be submitted firstname.lastname@example.org before 18 November 2017.Use the title: Full Name_abstract number. This will provide the parallel session chairpersons ample time to study the papers and for the organizers to integrate the papers in the appropriate parallel sessions.
2. For both Macintosh and non-Macintosh users, prepare your presentation according to the following:
- Observe common fonts (such as Times New Roman, Arial, and Verdana).
- Pictures to be used for the presentation should be in JPG format.
- Video to be used for the presentation should be in AVI and WMV format.
3. Before the presentation, all the materials should be checked at the Secretariat Room. Presenters are advised to bring a backup file of their presentation on a USB device.
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