All participants MUST complete the following by September 1, 2022:
- Submit and confirm their disclosure information through the Speaker Center
- Review and agree to AASLD’s Faculty Agreement Form found in the TLM’s Speaker Center
- Confirm that content you are preparing meets AASLD's Disclosure Policy and the ACCME Standards for Integrity and Independence in Accredited Continuing Education
TLM 2022 is an in-person first meeting. If not asked to present on the TLMdX platform, you are expected to register and be present at the Meeting in Washington DC.
All invited faculty participants are required to register and attend The Liver Meeting. The deadline for early bird registration rates is September 14, 2022. If you are eligible, you will be sent a Faculty Promo code that will comp the cost of registration. For registration questions or concerns, please email email@example.com. International Registrants may obtain a letter of invitation for visa purposes here.
No one is automatically registered for TLM.
COVID-19 vaccination is required for in-person attendance at TLM 2022. Additional information can be found on the TLM In-Person Experience Page.
Abstract Publication and AASLD’s Embargo Policy
A poster session is comprised of simultaneous informal presentations by several investigators in the Poster Hall. To communicate with all interested attendees, the best approach is to minimize the specific details presented on the poster. This year, AASLD strongly recommends you also upload your poster to the poster platform, in addition to being present in the Poster Hall. You will be able to expand your reach and maximize the transfer of information by creating an audio file to accompany your ePoster. Remember that your scientific message must be legible and clearly stated to the viewer.
Poster Presenter Expectations
Social Media Promotion
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Poster Hall Help Desk Hours
The help desk will be open 7 AM - 5 PM November 4-7.
Poster Presentation Guidelines
Your poster presentation is an opportunity to network and field questions about your abstract from other attendees! The format of the poster presentation is at the discretion of each presenter – this can be a prepared talk about your abstract, in the style of a Q&A, etc. Presenters are expected to be present at their poster during the designated Presentation Time noted below.
- #1000 - 1999 Poster Session I (Friday, November 4) 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
- #2000 - 2999 Poster Session II (Saturday, November 5) 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
- #3000 - 3999 Poster Session III (Sunday, November 6) 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
- #4000 - 4999 Poster Session IV (Monday, November 7) 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
TLM and Walter E. Washington Convention Center (WWCC) staff are not able to accept packages on behalf of poster presenters. Do not ship your poster directly to the convention center or Poster Hall, as any personal shipments will be refused.
Poster Hall Policies
You may enter the Poster Hall, located in Hall E of the WWCC, starting at 7 a.m. EDT on the day of your scheduled presentation to hang your poster. When you enter the Poster Hall, please proceed directly to your assigned poster board. Push pins and a poster presenter ribbon will be available at your assigned poster board.
Poster presenters are responsible for removing their posters from their boards between 5 and 7 p.m. EDT on the day of their scheduled presentation. Any posters or poster tubes remaining in the Poster Hall after 7 p.m. EDT will be discarded. Overnight storage is not permitted.
TLM does not have an official poster template. The maximum size of TLM poster presentations is 4’ high by 6’ wide. TLM will provide push pins to affix your presentation to the poster board along with a poster presenter ribbon at each poster board.
Required Poster Information
Poster presentations must include full disclosure information for the entire author string in the bottom right corner of your poster. No product-specific promotional material or event may appear or occur in educational space or material or during an educational activity.
The photography policy allows photos of slides for personal, social or non-commercial use; however, presenters have the right to request no photography, and in those situations, photography is strictly prohibited. If you do not want to allow attendees to take photos of your slides, you may download this NO PHOTOGRAPHY icon and add it to your poster.
Suggested Guidelines for Preparing an Effective Poster
There is no required format or orientation, so you may format your poster as you wish provided that it does not exceed the 4’ by 6’ size limitation. TLM suggests the following guidelines:
- Text Lettering: Lettering for text and illustrations should be at least a font size of 30 points (0.4” or 10.5mm).
- Depicting Sections: Each section should be numbered with text in a font size of 50 points (0.7” or 17.5mm) to guide the reader through your poster. Color is an effective method for separating sections and adding graphic impact. Try to avoid color combinations that are difficult to read.
- Premise: Your poster should include three to five brief sentences that outline information necessary to understand the study and why it was performed. The question(s) to be asked or the hypotheses tested should be clearly and succinctly stated.
- Methods: Outline your methods briefly, providing only details for new methods, or modifications of older methods.
- Graphics: Results presented in the form of a graph or chart are always more effective than blocks of text. Provide a legend for symbols and other details and interpretation of results below each panel.
- Conclusion: State the conclusion succinctly in large type. Many viewers read this first; hence, it should be easily understandable
The Day of your Presentation
Poster sessions will take place in the TLM Poster Hall in the WWCC (Hall E). Follow this schedule to plan your day:
- 7:00–8:00 AM: Poster Hall is open for authors to place their presentations on the boards. Enter the Poster Hall using the Hall E entrance.
- 7:00 AM–5:00 PM: TLM Poster Hall Information Desk is open.
- 8:30 AM–5:00 PM: Poster presentations are displayed. (*6:30 PM on Friday)
- See below for time: Authors must be present at their boards during this time to answer questions from attendees.
- 5:00 PM–7:00 PM: Authors may remove poster presentations. (* 6:30 - 8:00 PM on Friday)
- 7:00 PM: Any posters or other materials left in the Poster Hall after this time will be discarded.
- 1000 - 1999 Poster Session I (Friday, November 4) 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
- 2000 - 2999 Poster Session II (Saturday, November 5) 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
- 3000 - 3999 Poster Session III (Sunday, November 6) 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
- 4000 - 4999 Poster Session IV (Monday, November 7) 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Along with your traditional printed poster presentation, you are strongly encouraged to upload your work to the ePoster site for all attendees to view! TLM and TLMdX attendees will be able to view this electronic version of your poster along with any audio narration you choose to add.
Please note that ePosters do not replace your commitment to a poster presentation live at The Liver Meeting®.
Submitting your ePoster
You will receive a welcome email from firstname.lastname@example.org. All you have to do is follow the directions to log in and start creating your ePoster.
When you log in, you will be taken to the ePoster Editor Site where you will find basic instructions, a list of your abstracts, and a choice of editing templates. Choose a template and begin creating your ePoster.
Your ePoster can include:
- high-resolution images
- detailed charts and diagrams
- slide shows
- high-definition videos
- audio files
- links to external data sets and other dynamic content
- no limits to content
ePosters will be displayed in the ePoster App & Abstract Gallery on the conference Mobile App and TLMdX platform. Participants will be able to scroll through your content, click on images to enlarge them, watch and listen to video and audio files – including poster narrations – and explore your links to additional content on other web sites.
Please note that you must publish your ePoster by October 17, 2022. Publishing allows us to view the final version of your poster for quality control. After publishing, you can continue to work on your ePoster. If you make changes, you don’t have to re-publish; simply click “Save.”
- For an overview of editing the Templates and a look at how your ePoster will be displayed at your Virtual Poster Session, check out our Tutorials.
- If you have questions about creating your ePoster, you’ll find answers to most of them by visiting our Quick Guide and FAQ.
- If you'd like a little inspiration, take a look at some Sample Posters.
- You’ll find links to all of the above under the Support Button on the Main Tool Bar of your editing Template.
- If you have trouble accessing the ePoster Editor Site, please contact the aMuze Support Desk here. When you communicate with Support, please use this Conference Code: TLM2022
To find out more about how aMuze handles the information received from you and about you, please visit their Privacy Information page.
Printing Your Poster for Pick Up or Having it Hung at The Liver Meeting 2022
AASLD has partnered with Genigraphics to provide onsite poster session services for The Liver Meeting 2022. This means that you can have your printed poster hung on your behalf or waiting for you to pick up in the Poster Session area. Go to www.genigraphics.com/tlm to download free PowerPoint poster templates and to order printing and hanging services.
Plan Ahead order deadline is 1:00 PM CT on Thursday, October 20, 2022
RUSH order deadline is 1:00 PM CT on Wednesday, October 26, 2022 (rush fee applies)