21st International Conference on Emergency Medicine 2022

14 – 19 June

Hybrid Conference I Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

21st International Conference on Emergency Medicine

14 – 19 June 2022

Hybrid Conference
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

21st International Conference on Emergency Medicine 2022

14 – 19 June

Hybrid Conference I Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Workshop guidelines

On this page you will find important information relating to your workshop presentation within the official program at ICEM 2022. 

Checklist and deadlines

Included below is the checklist to assist you to manage your presentation items and relevant deadlines 

Item Due Date Additional Information

Oral presentation template used to prepare presentation

Virtual oral presenters only

Upload your oral PPT presentation slides

Monday 30 May 2022 

Via oral presentation upload link 

File name: last name_paper number_ppt 

In-person oral presenters only

Upload your oral PPT presentation slides

Onsite at conference 

Via the AV technician at the back of your room

- At least 1 hour before session commencement

Need help with your presentations (oral / poster)?

Contact the ICEM 2022 team

Technical Briefing

A technical briefing will be scheduled for all virtual and hybrid workshop speakers/facilitators. The purpose of the rehearsal is to discuss the expectation on the day for IT and AV delivery, talking through the virtual platform, discussing how the Q&A will work.  

This briefing will be recorded for those unable to join. 

If you are involved in the below in-person only workshops, there is no requirement to join the technical briefing: 

  • Ultrasound workshop 1 & 2 
  • The poisoned patient in the ED; Key aspects of assessment and management  
  • Leadership workshop – skills for future leaders 

The date and time for the briefing will be sent via email closer to the conference. 

Presentation guidelines

Presentation guidelines have been created to assist all presenters at ICEM 2022 prepare and finalise their presentations.  

There are different guidelines depending on your style of presentation and whether you will be attending live/in-person or virtually. 

Please read the below information carefully and adhere to the guidelines that are relevant to your presentation type. 

In-person Presentation Guidelines

It is recommended that all oral presenters use the official presentation template when preparing their presentation. This template is already in the 16:9 ratio for you. 

Presentation template 

All users of Macintosh hardware need to ensure before they leave home that the files are compatible with PC hardware. It is expected that presenters will use Microsoft. 

Other compatible software includes: 

  • Windows XP 
  • Office XP (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Outlook) 
  • Windows Media Player 
  • Quick Time 
  • WinZip 
  • Adobe Acrobat 
  • Flash Player
     

Please let us know immediately if you use a Mac system. 

If you have movies or sound files in the PowerPoint presentation please embed them and test that they work correctly in presentation mode 

 To ensure a complete and effective presentation every time here’s what to do: 

  • Create a folder for your presentation. 
  • Place or copy every file that is used in the presentation in this folder. This will include all pictures, movies, sounds or any files that are used in the presentation. 
  • Now re-create any links so that they access this presentation folder (Insert, Movies and Sounds, From File). Remember to resave the presentation. 
  • Another advantage of this approach is that you have access to the original files such as video clips etc. in the event of PowerPoint problems. 

All speakers are required to pre-load their presentations at the back of sound desk 1 hour before the session commencing.  

It will not be possible to use your own laptop or USB for your presentation. 

Your presentation will be given live, in-person. Questions from the audience will be moderated by the session chair and distributed verbally to speakers.  

You are required to be available for the duration of your session and to participate in the live Q&A. 

Virtual Oral Presentation Guidelines

It is recommended that all oral presenters use the official presentation template when preparing their presentation. This template is already in the 16:9 ratio for you. 

Presentation template 

If you have movies or sound files in the PowerPoint presentation please embed them and test that they work correctly in presentation mode 

To ensure a complete and effective presentation every time here’s what to do: 

  • Create a folder for your presentation. 
  • Place or copy every file that is used in the presentation in this folder. This will include all pictures, movies, sounds or any files that are used in the presentation. 
  • Now re-create any links so that they access this presentation folder (Insert, Movies and Sounds, From File). Remember to resave the presentation. 
  • Another advantage of this approach is that you have access to the original files such as video clips etc. in the event of PowerPoint problems. 

All virtual oral presentations will be delivered live on the scheduled date/time.  

You have a choice of the below delivery methods: 

  • You can screen share your presentation from your own device 
  • You can ask our technicians to share the presentation on your behalf (slides MUST be provided in advance if you wish for technician to share). By providing the slides to the technician you will not have control of slide advancement and be required to direct the technician during your presentation when to advance slides. 

There is no need to pre-record your presentation unless you are unavailable to present live, or it is your preference to pre-record. 

While you will be delivering your presentation live on the scheduled date/time, we do require you to submit your PowerPoint presentation slides ahead of time.  

Please ensure that you submit your slides by no later than Monday 30 May 2022 using the link included above.  

Important: Before uploading ensure the file is labelled last name_paper number_ppt 

Your paper number can be found on your notification letter. 

Your presentation will be given virtually. Questions from the audience will be moderated by the session chair and distributed verbally to speakers.  

You are required to be available for the duration of your session and to participate in the live Q&A (if applicable to your session). 

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