Guidelines for oral presentations

All oral presentations should adhere to an 18-minute time limit. Following the presentation, there will be 5 to 7 minutes designated for questions. Because the meeting is multi-tracked and attendees will be moving from track to track, it is imperative that sessions remain on schedule.

The use of Microsoft PowerPoint is mandatory to ensure compatibility with the computers at the venue. The use of personal laptop computers is not allowed. Please note that we use 4:3 format projection screens.

The oral presentations are collected centrally. To ensure that the meeting runs smoothly, presentations will be loaded onto the venue computers in advance. Therefore, the authors are urged to submit their PowerPoint presentations to the conference reception desk by noon of the day prior to their session. No edits or updates will be accepted the day of the session. A technician will be available to answer any questions.

Several conference sessions will be filmed. Footage shall be used for ESWI educational purposes only. Kindly inform the session chair if you object to being filmed.

CME accreditation

All authors of accepted oral presentations must include a disclosure slide (first or second slide) in their presentations.