1. Poster Dimensions  

The following requirement must be adhered to: Maximum size: A1 (594 × 841mm) in portrait orientation. 

2. Materials and Mode of Display

We recommend the use of paper or card (either of which may be laminated). Excessively heavy or rigid materials may not be attachable to the display boards and should be avoided.  

Posters will be attached to display boards by means of adhesive self-fastening patches (e.g., Velcro ™). The patches are attached to the reverse of the poster, and the poster is then easily attached to and removed from the fabric display boards provided.  

The self-fastening patches and the display boards will be provided by the Annual Meeting Team.  

3. Preparation/Printing

It is the responsibility of the person presenting the poster to produce the finished poster: it is not possible for the Annual Meeting team to print posters on behalf of delegates.  

Should you wish to print your poster locally in Adelaide, the print company below is close to the Adelaide Convention Centre and can assist you. Please contact them directly for a quote and time scales. 

Print company name – Campus Color 

Address - Shop 7, 191 Hindley Street West Adelaide SA 5000 

Email address - 

4. Display

Posters will be on display in Halls F & G at the Adelaide Convention Centre from Monday, June 26 and remain on show throughout the Annual Meeting. Presenters are encouraged to mount their posters to the designated board between Sunday, June 25 (between 5pm – 6pm) or on the morning of Monday, June 26. Annual Meeting staff will be on hand to assist if needed. 

Presenters are asked to attend their poster at the designated time of their presentation where they will be joined by a facilitator who will lead a presentation session. 

After the final Poster session on Wednesday, June 28 at 11:45am, poster presenters are free to remove their posters. Any posters which have not been removed will be disposed of (the Annual Meeting team cannot be responsible for the return of posters). 


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