Instructions for Poster Walks & Paper Poster Viewing

Instructions for Poster Walks & Paper Poster Viewing

Thank you for presenting at the 55th ESPGHAN Annual Meeting 2023

This page is designed to prepare you for your Paper Poster Walk or Paper Poster Viewing, at ESPGHAN 2023. Please visit the page regularly for updates on technical requirements, deadlines and general information.

Please Note: If you have been accepted for a poster walk or poster viewing, you must print and bring your poster with you.  There is no option to print your poster at the venue.

Please Note:  Those abstracts selected for Poster Walks and Poster Viewing only, will also have the option to upload an e-Poster to appear on the, e-Poster stations at the venue, in the virtual platform and on Annual Meeting App.  For more information on how to prepare your e-Poster, please click HERE.


The Poster Walk will take place during the poster walk sessions, as indicated in the interactive programme. Delegates will be asked to meet with a poster walk chair, who will guide them on the walk.  All presenters of a Poster selected for the Poster Walk should stand by their posters during this session and will be visited by the poster walk chairs who will encourage the interaction and discussion between the presenters and delegates.

The poster walks will occur in the poster area and per the following times:

  • The Hepatology and Nutrition poster walks will occur on Friday, 19 May from 14:40-15:30
  • The Gastroenterology poster walk will occur on Saturday, 20 May from 11:50-12:40

Please note: The groupings of, which posters will be involved with each of the Poster Walks is still being finalised and will shortly be available on the interactive programme.


  • Paper Poster viewing only, will not have a dedicated session time but will be available for viewing during Exhibition opening hours onsite.
  • We request that you stand by your poster during breaks in the programme and during open exhibition hours, to interact with and answer questions that other delegates may have.


  • The dimensions of the poster board are PORTRAIT.
  • It is recommended that posters are prepared on one sheet of material.
  • The dimensions of the poster should not exceed 90cm wide x 120cm high.
  • Allocate the top of the poster for the title and authors as stated on the submitted abstract.
  • The text, illustrations, etc. should be bold enough to be read from a distance of two meters (six feet).
  • You can download a portrait poster sample from HERE.
  • Before printing, please double-check the dimensions with your print service provider to avoid low print quality.
  • Please note that you are required to print and bring your own poster.
  • Logos, promotional or marketing materials are not permitted be included on your poster.
  • QR Codes may be included but cannot link to any promotional or marketing material.
  • QR codes if used should link to scientific content relevant to the Poster (ie. additional graphs/images/video clip/CV-publications of the authors).
  • Double-sided tape and technical equipment will be available for the mounting of posters. Staff will also be available to assist you at the designated Poster Helpdesk at the venue.

Poster mounting hours:

  • Wednesday, 17 May:   16:00-18:00
  • Thursday, 18 May:      08:00-10:30
  • Friday, 19 May:            N/A
  • Saturday, 20 May:       N/A

Poster Dismantling Hours:

  • Saturday, 20 May: 12:45-16:00

*Please note that the hours are subject to change.