Dear authors,

You have successfully submitted an abstract to the 13th EURIPA Forum, Lincoln, 20-22 June 2024.

You will soon receive the template to be used for your Poster.

Please note that this year there will be a poster walk that will continue throughout the Forum. This means that authors, whose abstracts are accepted for posters, will have to bring a physical poster with them to be displayed on the poster boards. Everyone attending the Forum will have a chance to vote for the best poster, by Friday afternoon 22nd June. The authors of the top five posters will be invited to present their poster at a ‘Poster session’ on Friday evening, after which the winning poster will be chosen. The award will be presented on Saturday morning at the closing ceremony. 

Please do register as soon as possible for the Forum as only the abstracts whose presenting author is registered will be finally officially accepted for the Forum and published in the abstract book, in the journal “Advances in Clinical and Experimental Medicine”- Impact Factor (IF): 2.1

only when you are registered and pay for the conference fee.

How to prepare your poster

EURIPA posters should measure 1,75 x 1.00 m or less and have a portrait format.

What to do

  • Remember that your poster must be read quickly and from a certain distance
  • Limit your message, all necessary information should be visible on the poster
  • Use a clear structure: background, research question/aims, methods, results, conclusions,

if appropriate: open questions

  • Use telegram style text
  • Use (preferably) figures or tables to present results
  • Use an easily readable, large font (minimum 36, better 44 points for small text)
  • Use bold contrasts between background and text or figures
  • A plain background makes your poster easier to read
  • Posters can either be printed “in one piece” or mounted using separate sheets

What to avoid

  • Avoid using too many distracting pictures, photographs etc.
  • Avoid long sentences and large bodies of texts
  • Avoid printing a whole abstract or article on the poster
  • Avoid long tables with too many numbers
  • Avoid referring to information which cannot be seen on the poster

Kind Regards

13 EURIPA Forum Scientific Committee



Published on 4 May 2024.