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Presentation Guideline

1. General Presentation Guideline

  • Materials: MS PowerPoint or Mac Keynotes,
    There is no limit for the number of slides but please keep the presentation time.
  • Do not use ‘Rehearsal Timings’ function of Microsoft PowerPoint to prevent playing all slides by itself.
  • Presenters are required to bring their own presentation files with them in person.
    To make the slides, please use our template. Go to '2. Template Download' section down below and download it.
  • For MS user, using MS Powerpoint, set the slide size for 'On-screen Show and number slides from '1'.
  • For Mac OS users, using Mac Keynotes, bring your own laptop to the Preview room (Speakers Ready Room, Level 2) along with the connector & recharge.
  • All presenters should be at the Preview room (Speakers Ready Room, Level 2) at least 2 hour prior to your presentation time to upload the slides. Please take presentation materials in USB or electronic format.
Type Featured Clinical Research from Abstracts Modeated
Abstract & Case
Competition
Challenging Case Competition Session Room
Allotted Time
for each presentation
Total 11 min.
(7 min. of speech,
4 min. of Q&A)
Total 10 min.
(6 min. of speech,
4 min. of Q&A)
Total 10 min.
(6 min. of speech,
4 min. of Q&A)
Total 8 min.
(6 min. of speech,
2 min. of Q&A)

* To keep sessions running on time, you are required to use allotted time.
For guidance, the alert message will automatically pop-up; And only 1 minute will be given to wrap up your presentation.

2. Template Download

Type Download Slide size
Featured Clinical Research from Abstracts /
Modeated Abstract & Case /
Challenging Case /
Session Room
4*3

3. Benefit (※Competition Session Only)

  • Selected presenters will be invited as Faculty of the Year 2019
  • The presenters will receive cash rewards of USD 500
  • Abstracts & Cases will be published in a supplement issue of “The Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC)”
  • The best presenters will get additional points for The 8th TCTAP Best Young Scientist Award 2020