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For the Special Populations E-Poster: 

Students will prepare an E-Poster presentation describing  the characteristics of their assigned vulnerable population, social  determinants of health, epidemiology, incidence, health care access for  their specific population assigned, possible sources of education, and  population-focused advocacy activities for this group.

E- poster Information:

An  e-poster is just a poster that has columns or different sections for  your content.  So, you have to be very particular about what is put on  the poster, or at least in each area.  I am including a 3 column  e-poster template, and a 4 column template for you to use for your  special populations assignment (you may choose either one for your  project).

Template Provided By Genigraphics – 800.790.4001

Replace This Text With Your Title

John Smith, MD1; Jane Doe, PhD2; Frederick Jones, MD, PhD1,2

1University of Affiliation, 2Medical Center of Affiliation

<your name>

<your organization>

Email:

Website:

Phone:

Contact Information

References

Click here to insert your Abstract text. Type it in or copy and paste from your Word document or other source.

This text box will automatically re-size to your text. To turn off that feature, right click inside this box and go to Format Shape, Text Box, Autofit, and select the “Do Not Autofit” radio button.

To change the font style of this text box: Click on the border once to highlight the entire text box, then select a different font or font size that suits you. This text is Calibri 32pt and is easily read up to 5 feet away on a 36×48 poster.

Abstract

Click here to insert your Results text. Type it in or copy and paste from your Word document or other source.

To change the font style of this text box: Click on the border once to highlight the entire text box, then select a different font or font size that suits you. This text is Calibri 32pt and is easily read up to 5 feet away on a 36×48 poster.

Zoom out to 100% to preview what this will look like on your printed poster.

Speaking of Results, yours will look better if you remember to run a spell-check on your poster! After you’ve added your content click on Review, Spelling, or press F7.

Introduction

Click here to insert your Methods and Materials text. Type it in or copy and paste from your Word document or other source.

Remember, the section headers you see here are just examples that we often see on posters. Feel free to change them, move them around, resize them, whatever suits your needs.

Some other common headings we see:

Research Question

Background

Hypothesis

Procedure

Case Study

Data & Analysis

Summary

Methods and Materials

Click here to insert your Discussion text. Type it in or copy and paste from your Word document or other source.

This text box will automatically re-size to your text. To turn off that feature, right click inside this box and go to Format Shape, Text Box, Autofit, and select the “Do Not Autofit” radio button.

To change the font style of this text box: Click on the border once to highlight the entire text box, then select a different font or font size that suits you. This text is Calibri 32pt and is easily read up to 5 feet away on a 36×48 poster.

Discussion

Click here to insert your Conclusions text. Type it in or copy and paste from your Word document or other source.

This text box will automatically re-size to your text. To turn off that feature, right click inside this box and go to Format Shape, Text Box, Autofit, and select the “Do Not Autofit” radio button.

To change the font style of this text box: Click on the border once to highlight the entire text box, then select a different font or font size that suits you. This text is Calibri 32pt and is easily read up to 5 feet away on a 36×48 poster.

Zoom out to 100% to preview what this will look like on your printed poster.

Conclusions

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Genigraphics® has provided this template to assist in preparation of a medical or scientific research poster. The dimensions are set to 36” high by 48” wide and the layout is for use as a Tri-Fold poster.

The poster is designed to fold at 12” in from the sides so it can be stored or shipped at 36” high by 24” wide. The folds align precisely in between the columns.

Order your poster from Genigraphics and we will perform a free design review and advise you if we see anything that may be a concern for printing. We’ll even help tidy things up.

We have more history with PowerPoint® than any other printing company. In fact, we helped Microsoft® design the software and we created all of the original color themes, templates, and clip art galleries. We know how to make your printed poster look just like it does on screen. Other printing companies and copy centers will blindly convert your file to another format prior to printing. This can result in text shifting, symbols changing, and altered colors. We know the secrets to avoid those issues. So choose Genigraphics for the most accurate reproduction available.

Results

Figure 1. Label in 24pt Calibri.

Figure 2. Label in 24pt Calibri.

Table 1. Label in 24pt Calibri.

Chart 1. Label in 24pt Calibri.

REPLACE THIS BOX WITH YOUR ORGANIZATION’S

HIGH RESOLUTION LOGO

REPLACE THIS BOX WITH YOUR ORGANIZATION’S

HIGH RESOLUTION LOGO

Acknowledgements text goes here.

Acknowledgements

Click here to insert your Future Directions text. Type it in or copy and paste from your Word document or other source.

This text is Calibri 32pt and is easily read up to 5 feet away on a 36×48 poster.

Future Directions

Poster Print Size:

This poster template is 36” high by 48” wide. It can be used to print a Tri-Fold poster with 12” wings.

Placeholders:

The various elements included in this poster are ones we often see in medical, research, and scientific posters. Feel free to edit, move, add, and delete items, or change the layout to suit your needs. Always check with your conference organizer for specific requirements.

Image Quality:

You can place digital photos or logo art in your poster file by selecting the Insert, Picture command, or by using standard copy & paste. For best results, all graphic elements should be at least 150-200 pixels per inch in their final printed size. For instance, a 1600 x 1200 pixel photo will usually look fine up to 8“-10” wide on your printed poster.

To preview the print quality of images, select a magnification of 100% when previewing your poster. This will give you a good idea of what it will look like in print. If you are laying out a large poster and using half-scale dimensions, be sure to preview your graphics at 200% to see them at their final printed size.

Please note that graphics from websites (such as the logo on your hospital’s or university’s home page) will only be 72dpi and not suitable for printing.

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Change Color Theme:

This template is designed to use the built-in color themes in the newer versions of PowerPoint.

To change the color theme, select the Design tab, then select the Colors drop-down list.

The default color theme for this template is “Office”, so you can always return to that after trying some of the alternatives.

Printing Your Poster:

Once your poster file is ready, visit www.genigraphics.com to order a high-quality, affordable poster print. Every order receives a free design review and we can deliver as fast as next business day within the US and Canada.

Genigraphics® has been producing output from PowerPoint® longer than anyone in the industry; dating back to when we helped Microsoft® design the PowerPoint® software.

US and Canada: 1-800-790-4001
Email: [email protected]

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First Name Last Name, Title; First Name Last Name, Title; First Name Last Name, Title

Department and/or School, University of California, San Francisco

Introduction (Helvetica)

This poster template is adapted from the UCSF poster template available at http://www.library.ucsf.edu/help/postersupport (downloaded on April 11, 2011). Here, the poster size has been revised from 40”x78” to 36”x48”.

To change this template to another size, go to “File” then “Page Setup” in Microsoft PowerPoint. If the UCSF logos become distorted, then simply copy them back into your resized file from the original file.

More PowerPoint Shortcuts

Alt+F9 toggles guidelines on and off
Esc de-selects all objects
Alt (while dragging object with mouse) lets you move the object any increment.
Control lets you move any increment while moving with arrow keys.
Shift+Enter ends the line without adding vertical space for a new paragraph.

Your Conclusion Goes Here

This template is 36”x48”, re-sized by UCSF’s Office of Career & Professional Development. The vast majority of content on this template is from the 40”x78” template available at:

http://www.library.ucsf.edu/help/postersupport

The oiriginal 40”x78” template was adapted from one produced by

ANR Communication Services
University of California, Davis

http://anrcs.ucdavis.edu
http://groups.ucanr.org/posters/Templates_for_Posters/

and from a template produced at Swarthmore College and widely reproduced online. See C. Purrington’s “Advice on designing scientific posters,” www.swarthmore.edu/NatSci/cpurrin1/posteradvice.htm
(accessed 4/2007).

Maintain ample space around the logos.

Design Tips

To create a successful poster:

Simplify everything. Keep text short.

Never set whole sentences in capitals or underline; instead, use bold type sparingly.

When laying out your poster, leave plenty of breathing space around your text and images. Don’t overcrowd your poster.

Try using photographs or colored graphs.

Sample Layouts for Images & Captions

How to Add Images & Diagrams

Go through the menus as follows: Insert / Picture / From File…

Find the file on your computer, select it, and press OK.

Be aware of image size and resolution.

For photos, 300 dpi is a guideline. Save as TIFF or JPEG (preferably TIFF). Images containing only lines/objects (vector drawings) should be 450 dpi and saved as PDF (or GIF or TIFF if necessary).

Do not use images from the web (resolution is typically too low to print well).

Graphs: You can produce graphs in Excel or directly in PowerPoint. Graphs done in a scientific graphing programs (eg. Sigma Plot, Prism, SPSS, Statistica) should be saved as PDF, or as JPEG or TIFF. Use Insert… Object… Create from File… Browse.

PowerPoint Tips

Use View / Zoom… To zoom in a particular area, click on it, then Zoom.

Control formatting using the Paste Options menu which appears next to pasted text.

Use Shift key to select multiple elements to move (e.g., image and caption). To group selected elements, right-click, then select Grouping … Group.

If something goes wrong, Undo (Ctrl-Z) as soon as you notice.

This template is not designed for mixing different types of text within one column (e.g., body text and bullet points).

To print a proof, check Scale to Fit Paper at the bottom of the first Print dialog box. You may need to specify 11” x 17” paper in the Advanced… window, and/or which paper tray to use.

View images or other questionable areas at 100% zoom to see how they will print.

Right-align caption if it refers to a figure on its right. Caption starts right at the top edge of the picture, graph, or photo.

Set caption to the length of the column if the figure takes more than 2/3 of column width.

Left-align caption if it refers to a figure on its left. Caption starts right at the top edge of the picture, graph, or photo.

Your Poster Title Goes Here:

You Can Make the Text a Bit Bigger or Smaller If Necessary

How to Use This Template

Highlight the subheads, body text, or bullet items and replace by typing in your own text, or copy and paste your text from Word or PowerPoint.

Helvetica is suggested for the body text.

It’s a good idea to keep the body text / font size around this size.

Keep body text left-aligned — do not justify text. Justification can add awkward spaces to your text.

Bulleted items are easy to read. You can copy the bulleted items at the right into various places in your poster and replace the text.

Eliminate unwanted formatting from pasted text: pull down the paste options menu (it appears next to the text after pasting) and select “Keep Source Formatting.”

Feel free to size these white rectangles to your own needs, and create new rectangles as needed. For example, above we placed the sections “Introduction” and “How to Use This Template” into their own rectangles.

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Special Populations Presentation Rubric

1.
Title, Objectives & Introduction

Levels of Achievement:

Novice 10 (10.00%) points

Special Population PPT slides include a title with all group names. Survey objectives are NOT included and NO introduction slide is presented.

Competent 15 (15.00%) points

Special Population PPT slides include a title with all group names. Survey objectives are included, but NO introduction slide is presented.

Proficient 20 (20.00%) points

PPT slides include a title with all group names. Survey objectives are included and an introduction slide is presented for the Special Population identified.

2.
Organization and Description of Characteristics of Special Population–

Levels of Achievement:

Novice 10 (10.00%) points

Does not provide a description of the characteristics of the population, social determinants of health, epidemiology, incidence and health care access.

Competent 15 (15.00%) points

Provides a description some of the characteristics of the population, social determinants of health, epidemiology, incidence and health care access.

Proficient 20 (20.00%) points

Provides a description of the characteristics of the population, social determinants of health, epidemiology, incidence and health care access.

3.
Advocacy Activities–

Levels of Achievement:

Novice 10 (10.00%) points

Does not include a discussion of education and population- focused advocacy activities.

Competent 15 (15.00%) points

Includes a discussion of education needs, but not advocacy activities.

Proficient 20 (20.00%) points

Includes a discussion of education and population- focused advocacy activities.

4.
Conclusion and Reflections–

Levels of Achievement:

Novice 10 (10.00%) points

Does not have an obvious conclusion or a slide that includes the group’s reflection about the experience.

Competent 15 (15.00%) points

Has an obvious conclusion but NOT a slide that includes the group’s reflection about the experience.

Proficient 20 (20.00%) points

Has an obvious conclusion and a slide that includes the group’s reflection about the experience.

5.
Reference slide Included at end, No grammar or spelling errors–

Levels of Achievement:

Novice 10 (10.00%) points

No Reference slide included, and there are numerous grammar and Spelling errors noted.

Competent 15 (15.00%) points

Reference slide included only one reference; there are some grammar, and/or Spelling errors noted.

Proficient 20 (20.00%) points

Reference slide included with 3-5 updated references; there are NO grammar or Spelling errors noted.

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