CALL FOR POSTERS*
The NDIS National Mental Health Conference is calling for posters that cover the following areas with a focus on psychosocial disability and the NDIS:
effective practice approaches
lived experience perspectives
Posters provide an opportunity to visually display research innovations and emerging practices to the sector nationally. A poster should be as self-explanatory as possible containing information that is clear, structured and appealing. The ideal poster submission will express content in a simple and concise manner.
Clearness and structure
The title and authors’ names and affiliations should be at the bottom of the poster. Although there is room for flexibility this is preferred. Diagrams, photos, graphs and tables can also be used to effectively convey your message.
As space is very limited, be sure to present the most important information only and effectively. Don’t overcrowd the poster with too much data or too much text.
Be aware that your poster is also viewed from a distance. For optimal impact text should be large enough to be read from a distance of about 1.5 m. The major titles/subtitles should be in large letters, at least 2-3 cm. And there should be enough space between text lines (1.5 – 2 line spaces).
The size of your poster should be A3-A0 in portrait format
Key Information & Dates
Please notify email@example.com of your intention to submit your printed display poster ASAP
Closing date to receive submissions 3rd November 2017
1 x printed poster between A3-A0 in size (A0 being optimal)
Short paragraph explaining poster content, contact name, email, phone and organisation details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Send your printed display poster to:
NDIS Mental Health Conference 2017
PO Box 668
Rozelle NSW 2039
Alternatively, drop it in at the MHCC Office:
Mental Health Coordinating Council
Cnr Church & Glover Streets
Lilyfield NSW 2040
Friday 3 November
*Please note there are no oral presentation options all poster submissions will be hung on the venue wall in a prominent position to allow delegate traffic to view, posters will also not be returned.