AASLD looks forward to having you join us and participate in the single most influential and wide-ranging dialogue about liver disease in the world. Following are guidelines to help you prepare for your session.
All oral abstract presenters of The Liver Meeting® are required to:
- Register for and attend the Annual Meeting*.
- Review and comply with all AASLD Presentation Guidelines.
- Upload your presentation at least 24 hours before your scheduled session (unless requested otherwise) to ensure that it meets AASLD's Disclosure Policy and the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support for content and presentation.
- Ensure that your presentation does not exceed the allotted time frame.
- Inform AASLD staff as soon as possible if you are unable to present during the meeting or if there are any changes to the Presenting Author.
* You must register for the Annual Meeting by October 11 to receive advance registration rates. Access into The Liver Meeting® sessions, poster or exhibit halls will not be permitted without an attendee badge. International attendees may obtain a Letter of Invitation for visa purposes.
Review the Presentation Information tab to assist you in preparing for your session.
- Presentation Information
- Disclosure Policy
- Embargo Policy
- Faculty Expectations
All presentations at this year's Meeting will be in WIDESCREEN format. To take full advantage of the new widescreen format, we recommend that you build or convert your presentation to 16:9. For more information on how to change an existing 4:3 presentation into a 16:9 widescreen format, review the information below. For your convenience, the AASLD’s official Meeting PowerPoint template is in widescreen format.
- Download AASLD's Widescreen PowerPoint template. [PPT]
- Download AASLD's PowerPoint Presentation and Technical Guidelines. [PDF]
For technical assistance regarding your presentation, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you choose not to use the widescreen template, your presentation will perform as expected, however, the presentation will be displayed with "pillar boxed" on the 16:9 screen. View example [JPG].
- If you would prefer to use your own PowerPoint template, you can change an existing 4:3 presentation into a 16:9 widescreen format by following these few steps:
- For PowerPoint 2010 and 2007, click the Design tab, and then click on Slides Sized For. In the drop-down menu, select On-Screen Show (16:9) and click OK.
- For PowerPoint 2013, click the Design tab, and then click on Slide Size. In the drop-down menu, select Widescreen (16:9).
- For PowerPoint 2016, click the Design tab, click on Page Setup. In the drop-down menu, select On-Screen Show (16:9) and click OK.
IMPORTANT: If you convert an existing presentation to widescreen, your slides will expand to the new size. If you have any videos or photos in an existing PowerPoint, they may need to be resized so they do not appear stretched. Also, be sure to check animations to ensure the elements line up correctly.
Key Take-Away Slide
All presenters are required to include at least one key take-away slide in their presentations.
Briefly summarize your key findings in a bullet point format; provide recommendations or actions to reinstate your message. Consider what “take-aways / key points” you want the attendees to remember from your presentation.
If your slides contain images, illustrations, figures, tables or text that has been published elsewhere or came from another source, you are responsible for requesting and securing permission from the copyright holder to include the material(s) in your presentation slides and authorize AASLD to record the presentation.
All presenters are responsible for removing all patient-identifying information from their presentation slides. If your slides contain images or information about patients or other individuals, you are responsible for obtaining appropriate patient consent (including HIPAA authorization, if applicable) to include the material in your slides and authorize AASLD to record the presentation. For more information, visit Health Information Privacy.