Poster committee:
Vicki Hall, Neuromindworks, UK (chair)
Peter Giger, Bern, Switzerland
Marko Jelicic, University of Maastricht, the Netherlands

Any questions regarding posters can be addressed to:


Poster submission:
Abstract submission for posters is officially closed. Exceptions can be made for late submissions. In this case please send a request to 

All submissions will be peer reviewed and rated by two members of the poster committee. The authors will be informed about the decision, receive a summary feedback and a copy of the reviewers' recommendations.


Datablitz session:
Selected posters will be presented in a datablitz poster session during the conference. A selection of posters will be orally presented by their authors to alert the audience to their posters, with a time limit of 5 minutes. Please indicate in your poster submission if you want to be considered for one of these brief presentations. The poster committee will make a choice of submissions and inform the authors about their decision.


Schedule and Location:
Posters will be displayed in a separate area close to the coffee place and the lecture hall during the whole conference.


  • Use lightweight materials (not cardboard).
  • Posters should contain information about the author and institution he/she represents, and title of the poster.
  • Posters should measure a maximum of 841 x 1189 (A0 format).
  • Posters should be landscape
  • Materials for fixing posters to the boards will be provided at the conference.
General Advice:
  • Poster content should be appropriate to the conference topic of symptom validity assessment. Posters which address the broader issue of forensic/medicolegal assessment from related perspectives may also be submitted for consideration.
  • Case reports are welcome.
  • Your poster should contain information about your research. Explain your research question and key conclusions.
  • Creative use of graphic detail, such as drawings, charts and tables, is recommended.
  • Use different font sizes to your advantage to allow important information to be seen at a glance.
  • Make sure others can identify you. Put the logo of your organization on your poster and add this logo to your name badge (e.g., university pin, sticker, etc.). You may add a picture of yourself to your poster, so that delegates can find you, even when you are not around your poster. Contact information should be given on the poster.
  • Produce a brief handout which summarizes your poster and provides your contact details and distribute to interested delegates.
After the Conference:
Please remove your posted materials on the last day of the conference. Any materials left on the poster board afterwards will be removed and discarded. The organizers are not responsible for any materials left behind at the completion of the conference.
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