A poster session is a graphic presentation of an author's research. Authors illustrate their study findings by displaying graphs, photos, diagrams, and a small amount of text on poster boards.
The poster boards are 4 feet (48 inches) by 8 feet (96 inches) long landscape orientation. The useable area of the poster board is 45 inches by 93 inches and is the maximum recommended size for the poster boards. The minimum size recommended is 24 inches by 36 inches so attendees can see the poster at a minimum of 10 feet away. The face of the poster board is covered with Velcro receptive fabric. Push pins will be provided for your poster.
Format and Required Information
Poster material should be well labeled and legible from a distance of 10 to 15 feet. The title should be the same as the title submitted with the abstract and appear in boldface at the top. For additional text, use standard American Medical Association (AMA) title case. Nouns, pronouns, verbs, and other important words begin with uppercase letters; coordinating conjunctions, articles, and prepositions of 3 letters or fewer should all be in lowercase letters unless they are the first or last words in a title or subtitle. Please note that QR codes or bar codes are not permitted on posters displayed at CROI or on electronic versions of the posters to be uploaded to the CROI website.
Presenting authors should print their physical poster based on the requirements listed in the sections above. CROI does not print posters on behalf of presenters.
Poster presenters must supply an electronic version of their posters prior to the start of CROI to receive credentials for Poster Hall access. Please load your poster on to a portable drive. Posters should be submitted as a PDF or PowerPoint file. Please rename your file with your abstract number (eg, if your abstract number is 1234, save the file as 1234). The electronic version will be posted on the CROI website.
On your designated board you will find all the materials needed for mounting your poster (poster number and thumb tacks).