Scientific and Educational Poster Presentations
Abstracts for scientific posters need to comply with the following structure:
State the purpose of the study. The purpose should be clear and concise. The purpose might not exceed the length of one sentence.
– Materials and Methods
Please give information regarding institutional review board approval and informed consent. For studies involving animals, indicate appropriate committee approval. The study should be identified clearly as prospective or retrospective (or retrospective interpretation of prospectively acquired data). Date range of study should be given which means date of inclusion of the first patient to the date of the inclusion of the last patient (month/year). Number of patients/animals (including mean age, standard deviation and age range, as well as gender, if appropriate) should be given. Various groups, including controls should be described. Procedures performed should be described. This includes in diagnostic imaging studies brief information about hard- and software (e.g. 1.5T MR scanner with 8-channel coils…) as well as main imaging protocols/sequences. Specifics of evaluation should parallel the results portion of the abstract. Include one sentence on statistical analysis.
Provide the findings of the study including indicators of statistical significance. Crosscheck that for each evaluation and statistical analysis described in the “Materials and Methods” section of the abstract, the corresponding results are provided. The order of the results should parallel the order in the “Materials and Methods” section. Include actual numbers, as well as percentages. Provide p-values, if appropriate, to indicate statistical significance.
Summarize in one or two sentences the conclusion(s) made on the basis of the findings. Note: The purpose and the conclusion should act as a clamp to the study which means that the conclusion should be like an answer to the purpose statement.
Abstracts for educational posters need to comply with the following structure:
– Learning Objectives
– Imaging findings or procedure details
All abstracts for SGR-SSR must be submitted in English using a maximum of 250 words. Case reports are not accepted.
All abstracts will be reviewed by a board of experts. Based on several criteria, an overall quality score is assigned to each abstract.
Individual rating criteria for scientific posters are:
– Originality of the project
– Quality of the results
– Interest of the conclusion
Individual rating criteria for educational posters are:
– Clarity of learning objectives/ background
– Quality of description
– Importance for patient care
The poster format is A0.
Please note that the posters for SGR-SSR need to be written in English.
SGR-SSR Poster Walking Tour and Poster Awards
There are two SGR-SSR prizes for scientific posters (summa cum laude; magna cum laude) and one SGR-SSR prize for the best educational poster. The evaluation of the posters by the poster jury will take place during the poster exhibition. The prizes will be awarded based on the decision of the poster jury.
There will be a “Poster Walking Tour” on Thursday May 10, 2018, during lunch time from 13:15 to 13:45 (tbc). At this time, at least one of the authors must be present for discussion. The presence of one of the authors is a precondition for the eligibility of the poster for the poster award. If none of the authors is present, the poster will not be considered for the award.
Placement and Displacement of Posters
Placement: Thursday, May 10, 2018, before 11:00
Displacement: Saturday, May 12, 2018 between 12:00 and 14:00
The remaining posters will be discharged.