Oral Notes


** IMPORTANT – Oral presenters are asked to include within their presentation two or three slides as a brief introduction to their talk, giving the background and goals of the study **                                       



The following equipment will be available:

  • PowerPoint

    Computer projection suitable for PowerPoint presentations (resolution 1024 x 768, screen 4:3)                                                   
  • USB stick: Please bring a USB stick for use with the following laptop provided by the organisers: Laptop Latitude E4300 4GB RAM, Intel Core Duo 2.4GHz, 150GB HDD D3H20F4J. Runs Microsoft Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2010 Standard. Please also bring a backup copy of your presentation on a USB.
  • E-mail in advance: Alternatively, you can e-mail your presentation in advance to the Organisers for downloading onto the organiser’s laptop: Email: eccr@hamptonmedical.com no later than 14.00hrs on Friday 16th October 2015. Please also bring a backup copy of your presentation on a USB.
  • Own laptop: Presenters can bring their own laptops to the meeting; however, we would prefer if you brought a USB stick to avoid delays in the changeover of laptops between presentations. Please also bring a backup copy of your presentation on a USB.                                               
- Laser pointer - Lectern and tie-clip microphone - Remote control



When saving your presentation, please follow these important steps to ensure that your fonts & logos are displayed correctly on our Show Computer - Click File -> Click Save As -> Within the Save As Window click Tools ->Click Save Options -> Tick Embed True Type Fonts -> Click OK -> Click Save

Your fonts & logos will now be embedded within your presentation.



The best oral presentation per day will be awarded a certificate in the closing session 11.45 – 13.00 on Sunday 25th October 2015                                       



Speakers should meet with a member of the events team in the main meeting room; La Rocca, at least ONE HOUR before the start of the session in which the presentation will take place. They should ensure they have handed over their presentations and are happy with the equipment available for their talk.                                       



It is very important that ALL speakers keep to their allotted time; 10mins presenting and 5mins discussion. The session chairmen will be briefed to stop speakers who go over their time.                                      



Oral presenters are reminded that they must register to attend the Conference.