Poster

Poster presentation

These are the recommended guidelines for poster preparation.  However, you have freedom to shape your poster format as you desire, as long as its borders wouldn’t exceed significantly the recommended size indicated here:

Poster Preparation

  • The poster layout is PORTRAIT.
  • Please prepare your poster to fit the dimensions below, it is recommended that the poster be prepared on one sheet of poster paper.
  • The dimensions of the poster should not exceed 90 cm wide x 1.2m long (35.5 inches wide x 47 inches long).
  • Allocate the top of the poster for the title and authors as stated on the submitted abstract – as illustrated below.
  • The text, illustrations, etc. should be bold enough to be read from a distance of two meters (six feet).
  • Pins will be available for the mounting of posters.

Suggested template for the poster :  Poster preparation picture

For a poster you also need to send in an abstract. Please look at the guidelines for abstracts and send your abstract to email: [email protected] and indicate in your email that the abstract is for the poster session.

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Phone: +972-50-6901112

ABOUT US

The Hadassah Pediatric Chronic Disease Center located at the Hadassah Mount Scopus Campus is dedicated to assisting children and their families to cope with the challenges of chronic disease. The multidisciplinary staff provides holistic and integrated care with the emphasis on providing state of the art therapeutics with culturally appropriate and psychosocially oriented caring.  A special focus of the Center is fostering peaceful co-existence which is so important in a region that is war-torn.

The Center has multiple units specializing in specific diseases including cystic fibrosis, feeding disorders, inborn errors of metabolism, Down’s syndrome, diabetes, intellectual disabilities, adoption and rheumatologic disorders.   Most recently, the Center has opened a Supportive and Palliative Care Unit which assists families in coping with children with complex medical conditions that are life-threatening. 

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