Your poster should include the following:
1. Introduction- Your introduction needs to set the scene and should include some background information about the subject area. Define the issue!
The introduction should give a brief background of the topic you are discussing/presenting in your poster. The reader needs to very quickly understand why you chose this general topic (why is it important?) and get general background information. Depending on your chosen title, your introduction MAY include some of the following information:
• Disease– Description of the disease/condition? Why is this disease/ condition important (e.g. information about the prevalence, costs associated with treatment of patients, issues with the quality of life of patients , etc. )
• Drug targets/ mode of action of the drug - what is the drug(s) looking to treat, what are the main cellular targets and why are they important? (What is the mechanism of action of drug(s) you are interested in?) Are there any additional targets that could be potentially explored? If yes then why? How is the drug delivered? Pharmacokinetics of the drug and side effects.
If you want to include additional subheadings in this section you will not be penalised.
2. Aims- What is (are) the aim (s) of your study? What is the key research question? Your introduction needs to lead the reader to your aims.
3. Key findings- What are your main findings/ conclusions/take home messages from your poster?
The poster should be able to stand on its own as a clear, logical presentation of the subject you have chosen, without the need for a vocal explanation.
You can use either MS Word or PowerPoint to create your poster – I recommend PowerPoint, easier to create posters.
Use fonts that are easy to read (such as Times New Roman, Garamond, and Arial)
Include text and figures to highlight key points about your poster. Remember posters are a visual way of presenting information rapidly.
Find the right balance between text and diagrams/figures. Try not to make you poster too wordy. Be concise, maybe a good diagram or picture can convey your message much easier.
Avoid jagged edges: left-justify text within text boxes or fully justify blocks of text
Choose colours carefully and pay attention to contrast. If in doubt, dark print on light background is best.
Organize and align your content with columns, sections, headings, and blocks of text
White space is important to increase visual appeal and readability (this is the “empty” space between sections, columns, headings, blocks of text, and graphics).
Avoid fuzzy images; make sure all graphics are high-resolution (at least 300ppi) and easily visible
Edit your poster carefully for typographic or grammatical mistakes and image quality before submission
There is no word count for your poster but you can only use one side of a single page (as a guide 800 words should be sufficient).
All figures and tables should be labelled clearly with a clear legend and should be cited in the poster.
All references should be listed and also cited in the poster.
5. References - Use references to support statements. Use the Harvard referencing style.
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