Please follow the below guidelines for your oral presentation. If you have any further questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program is available to view here. Authors accepted as oral presentations will be notified in June 2020. If you decide to withdraw your abstract, please advise us as soon as possible so that the program can be adjusted accordingly.
The Meeting venue is the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
A Speakers Preparation Room will be open during the Meeting. Please check in with staff at the Speakers Preparation Room well in advance of your presentation(s). As a back up we recommend you bring two copies on separate USB sticks. The venue halls are equipped with a laptop and data projector and you will have the choice of a lectern, lapel or handheld microphone. The Convention Centre has wireless internet access.
PowerPoint slide and Speakers’ Preparation Room
Please create your PowerPoint presentation in the 16:9 ratio, as this is the best display for the venue screens. Please take this presentation on a USB stick to the Speakers' Preparation Room, located in the Canterbury Room, at least 2 hours prior to the start of the session you are presenting in. The AV technicians will load it onto the Meeting PCs and return your USB stick.
If you would prefer to bring your own laptop, please ensure that you visit your presentation room in plenty of time prior to your talk to ensure that your laptop can be tested. If using a Mac, please also bring your own VGA adaptor.
Please prepare your 15 minute presentation time to consist of 10 minutes presentation and 5 minutes questions.
Please take a few minutes to familiarise yourself with your session venue (details will be in the Meeting App and Website) and audio visual equipment at some stage before you are scheduled to speak.
Please be in your session venue at least 10 minutes prior to the start of your session and introduce yourself to your session chairperson.
Slides for your Disclosure Statement
PowerPoint slides for your disclosures will be made available closer to the meeting. These slides are for all presentations.
One of these slides needs to be included at the beginning of each presentation please.
These will be reviewed at the Speakers' Preparation Room and if you have been unable to include a slide the technician will automatically include a slide noting that The Faculty Disclosure Statement was not returned.
Recording and Copyright Consent
As part of the International Surgical Sleep Society Meeting's strategy to provide continuing professional development opportunities for our Members, some sessions during the Meeting will be recorded. If any of your talks are scheduled in these sessions we will forward a consent form nearer to the Meeting.
Please note that acceptance of your abstract is taken as confirmation of your agreement to have your abstract published in the Meeting Proceedings and/or Meeting app.
All presenting authors (oral and poster) must register and pay to attend the Meeting by 31 July 2020, to be included in the abstract program and Meeting App. Otherwise we regret that your presentation will have to be removed from the program.
Registrations are open Friday 1 May 2020 and earlybird prices close on Friday 31 July 2020.
To register, please visit https://www.surgicalsleep2020.org/registration/
Please note that there are some unscrupulous individuals out there that occasionally target Meeting speakers with the aim of extracting personal and financial information for their own benefit. If you receive any request for information that you suspect may be a scam, please email us for clarification immediately at email@example.com. All legitimate Meeting correspondence will come from firstname.lastname@example.org (or similar email address ending in @theconferencecompany.com or @tcc.co.nz).