Instructions for Presenters
Oral PresentationsOn the day of your talk you need to report to your session Room before 8.30 am, or at least 30 minutes before your session to load your talk from memory stick. You need to present your PowerPoint on memory stick. Apple mac may not be supported fully. All presentations will be via PowerPoint projection. There are no slide facilities at the conference. If you need assistance with preparing your presentation, please let us know at least four weeks before the conference and our programme committee will offer you advice through our mentoring system. You will need to have internet access for this facility to be set up for you. Please report to the presentation room 15 minutes before the session is scheduled to start. This will allow you to meet the chairpersons, other presenters and check your audiovisual requirements. We expect all speakers to be present for the entire session as discussion will involve the whole panel. You will be expected to speak for 10 minutes and a 5 minute discussion period is also time-tabled at the discretion of the chairpersons.
Oral Poster DiscussionYou will need to prepare a standard poster for your oral poster discussion session. This will be set up as a regular poster. In addition you will also need to prepare a brief oral summary of your poster based on a five minute presentation. There will be no powerpoint facilities in the oral poster discussion sessions. The cluster of presentations will be delivered ove the lunch time session. The chair will invite all presentations to briefly outline their work. The audience will have been able to view your poster which needs to be prepared under the regular requirements (see Poster section for the details). Please report to the presentation room 15 minutes before the session is scheduled to start. This will allow you to meet the chairperson(s), other presenters and check your requirements. We expect all speakers to be present for the entire session as discussion will involve the whole panel. You will be expected to speak for 5 minutes and a 30 minute discussion period is also time-tabled at the discretion of the chairpersons.
Poster DisplaysThe Format of posters should be A0- Format. The poster boards are located in two poster display rooms (Poster 1 and Poster 2). The size of poster display boards is 1189 mm in Length x 841 mm in Width. Please ensure your poster will fit within these dimensions.
Poster Set upPoster boards will be available for setting up on Tuesday 27 July from 11.am when the conference venue will be open for registration. Access to the poster rooms will be for registered delegates only - please register on arrival and then proceed to the poster room for mounting. Posters will be mounted by push pins which will be provided by the venue. Conference Hosts will be available on site to assist with setting up.
Poster DismantlingPosters must be dismantled by 14.00 on Friday 31st July. Posters need to be removed and push pins should be left on the poster board for recycling. All posters that are not removed by this time will be taken down and disposed of.
AIDS Care Special Issue - Call for Papers from AIDSImpact Amsterdam 2015We are our choices
State of the art of psychological and socio-medical aspects of HIV and AIDS research
A selection of research presented at AIDS Impact 2015
AIDS Care is seeking submissions for a special issue themed 'We are our choices' State of the art of psychological and socio-medical aspects of HIV and AIDS research'. The special issue is aimed at capturing a flavour of the AIDSImpact conference, with a selection of high level research. All oral and poster presentations are suitable for submission. The deadline for submission is 30th September 2015. Articles will be peer reviewed and a selection of the highest quality papers will be published.
Submissions must not exceed 3.000 words (excluding references, abstract, tables and figures). Please see https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ac-phm-vcy for author guidelines and manuscript preparation instructions. Submissions must have been part of the programme (invited or abstract-driven) of AIDS Impact 2015 in Amsterdam.
Articles must be submitted through the standard submission portal of AIDS Care. The title of your paper should have the words AIDSImpact SPECIAL ISSUE before your full title so that it can be identified as a special issue paper. Publication of the special issue is planned for the third quarter of 2016. Any queries can be answered by the Journal representative (Kathryn Roberts) at the AIDSCare stand at the conference or at k.roberts@@ucl.ac.uk