All e-posters are available to view in at the north end of the HICC lobby and the North Gate Foyer. The e-posters are in electronic format. There will be no moderated sessions for e-poster s during the Congress. Authors will not have to stand next to their posters. A list of all posters, by category can be found on the following pages.
Large display screens
All e-posters are displayed on large screens. All posters will scroll cyclically on the large screens grouped by category. All the posters will be displayed 2 times a day for 5 minutes each. The e-posters have been grouped on the screens to provide equal display time for each. Where there were a very large number of e-posters in a category, more than one display screen has been provided for that category. Where there were two categories each with a lesser number of e-posters, the two categories have been combined into one screen.
|Category||No. of Displays|
|Labour & Obstetric Complications||4|
|Infertility + Paediatric & Adolescent Gynecology||1|
|Gynaecological Endoscopy and Robotic Surgery + Urogynaecology||1|
|Early Pregnancy + Psychosomatic Issues in Obstetrics & Gynaecology||1|
|General Gynaecology + Contraception||2|
Each screen will show details of the poster currently on display, the time remaining on display and which poster will be presented next.
Viewing ‘on demand’
The Congress has also provided four large screens where delegates are able to select any poster they wish to view ‘on demand’ and on any day of the Congress. These screens are clearly identified in the North Gate Foyer Furthermore, all e-posters can also be viewed at leisure and ‘on demand’ throughout the Congress on the bank of laptops located in the North Lobby. These laptops are exclusively for eposter viewing and cannot be used to access the Internet. Conference personnel are available in the e-poster areas to assist with any questions you may have.
Viewing posters after the Congress
All e-poster s will remain available to view online after the conclusion of the Congress, at epostersonline.com/rcog2014.
Publication of Abstracts
The top 500 abstracts have been published as part of an online supplement to BJOG. An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The supplement can be viewed at www.bjog.org