Presenter instructions

EPH Conference offers different types of presentation for your abstract. Please check your profile and the presentation type your abstract was accepted for. Then follow the instructions posted below.

Workshop presentations   

Oral presentations               

Pitch presentations             

Poster presentations          

Poster displays                      



Do I need to register if I am a presenter? 
Yes, all presenters need to register and pay the registration fee.

Can I make changes to my abstract? 
You can adjust your abstract between now and 15 July. After 15 July corrections to the abstract are NO LONGER possible. 

Are there other deadlines I need to observe?
You can find all the relevant deadlines at the bottom right of the EPH Conference website.

When do I need to be in my session room? 
Please come to your assigned session room 10 minutes in advance to fine-tune the session with the chairperson and other presenters. 

When and where can I upload my slides/poster? 
You are asked to upload your slides following the instructions at the end of this page, deadline 27 October.

I cannot find the upload section at my profile, why?
Firstly, are you a presenter? The upload section is available at the presenter's profile only. Secondly, are you registered to the conference? The section will be active only when you register to the Conference.

Can I change the presenting author of my abstract? 
Yes, you can. Please log in to your account and change the presenter before 15 July. A new presenter has to be registered for the conference before the change.

What is the size of a poster?
Please see the technical information of posters.

Do I need to print my poster?
No, all posters will be displayed electronically only.

When do I need to be next to my poster?
If you are included in a poster walk, please check the programme booklet or online programme on where your poster session is organized and come to your poster session about 10 minutes before the start of the session to meet the chairpersons.