CSANZ 2021

Presentations and Poster Guidelines

If you are participating as a presenter, video poster presenter or e-poster at the CSANZ ASM, please review the information below carefully to assist in your preparation. Should you have any queries, please contact csanzet@theconferencecompany.com


All presenting authors (live, pre-recorded, video poster and e-poster) must register and pay for the Meeting.  Meeting registration is available now.

In order to allow us to include your presentation in the program and have your abstract included in the Meetings proceedings note that you needed to have registered no later than 12th October 2020.  Otherwise we regret that your presentation or poster may be removed from the program.

If you decide to withdraw your abstract, please advise us as soon as possible so that the program can be adjusted accordingly.


Oral Presentations (Live and Pre-Recorded)

Please refer to your confirmation email for your oral duration, presentations in a live stream will need to allow time for Q&A however pre-recorded presentations will not have audience Q&A.

Please refer to the relevant speaker guide below for the specific technical requirements including the inclusion of a Disclosure Slide:

Please note the following deadlines:

  • Pre-recorded Presentations: 30th October - Final date to upload your pre-recorded presentation (instructions on how to do this are in the  Speaker Guide)
  • Live Presentations: 30th November - Final date for live presenters to submit slide deck

Video Poster

Video posters will be viewable via the virtual meeting platform from November. You will be required to submit your final video poster by 30th October.

Please see the following guidelines for preparing your video poster:



E-posters will be viewable via the virtual meeting platform from November. You will be required to submit your final poster by 30th October. Please see your acceptance email for the link to upload your PDF poster.

Your poster should meet the following criteria:

  • Prepare your poster in your normal format, you will be required to submit the final version in a PDF format
  • For consistency, please prepare your poster in portrait orientation
  • We reccomend your file is at least 300dpi resolution
  • We encourage you to include your contact email on the poster so attendees can contact you with any queries

You may find these additional guidelines helpful in preparing your poster.