Oral Abstract and Poster Presenter Information

Oral Abstract and Poster Presenters

Please note: All abstract presenters (oral, video, and poster) are required to register for the Annual Scientific Meeting, and are responsible for payment of appropriate registration fees and for arranging their own transportation and hotel accommodations. Annual Scientific Meeting registration is free for all ACG members, including member Residents and Trainees. We offer the Annual Meeting at a discounted rate of $50 for Non-member Residents/Trainees who upload a letter from their Program Director verifying status.

Change Requests: Please note that there will be no mechanism for changing the date or time of your presentation. If you are unable to present your abstract on the date that has been assigned, you must designate another author who is attending the meeting to present in your place.


Information for Oral Abstract and Video Presenters

Oral podium presentations will take place Monday through Wednesday, October 24-26, 2022. The majority of oral presenters will be allotted a maximum of 7 minutes for the talk followed by a 3-minute question and answer period. EXCEPTION: If you are assigned to present your talk during one of the two Presidential Plenary sessions (Papers 1-10 only) on Monday morning, October 25, you will be allowed a maximum of 9 minutes for the talk followed by a 3-minute discussion period, for a total of 12 minutes. This timing will be strictly enforced by the session moderators and you will be cut off if necessary to keep the sessions running on time. (In accordance with ACG and ACCME guidelines, the presenting author of an oral abstract may not be an employee of an ineligible company (previously termed “commercial interest”); this does not apply to poster presenters).

Oral abstract presenters will be required to submit their slide presentations to ACG by Thursday, September 1, 2022. Presentation files should contain no more than 12 slides, and must be in the 16:9 widescreen slide format. Presentation guidelines, provided upon acceptance notification, can also be downloaded here.

Video presentations selected for the Endoscopy Video Forum will take place on Monday afternoon, October 26, 2022. Authors of abstracts accepted for this session will be required to narrate their video during this session. Video presenter guidelines, provided upon acceptance notification, can also be downloaded here.


Information for Poster Presenters

NEW THIS YEAR: The number of poster sessions have been expanded from 3 to 5. Please pay careful attention to your assigned presentation date and time in Charlotte, as there will be morning and afternoon sessions on both Monday and Tuesday, plus a Sunday session.

ePoster Requirement: ALL Poster Presenters are REQUIRED to present their printed posters in-person in Charlotte, as well as upload an ePoster to the virtual ePoster Hall along with a 3-minute narration.

Abstracts accepted for poster presentation will take place in the Crown Ballroom on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, October 23-25, and accepted posters will be scheduled for display on one of those days. Presenting authors will receive the assigned date and time of their poster presentation, along with the assigned poster number, when acceptance notifications are sent out in late July. No changes in dates or times will be permitted. Poster size details and presentation guidelines, provided upon acceptance notification, can also be downloaded here.

Poster Size: The maximum poster size is 69 inches wide x 45 inches high (175 cm wide x 114 cm high). Standing poster boards cannot accommodate posters larger than this size. The recommended poster size is 64 inches wide x 36 inches high (163 cm wide x 92 cm high). Free poster templates sized for printed posters as well as ePosters can be downloaded at Genigraphics.com/ACG.

Each presenter is responsible for putting up and removing his/her own poster material. Printed numbers that correspond to assigned poster numbers will be pinned to the standing boards, in sequential order. Pushpins will be available at each board.

Presenters who have multiple posters scheduled on the same day that are not located together can ask a co-author to be present at one of the posters during the time authors must stand with their posters. Alternately, we recommend posting a sign on one of the posters indicating you will be standing at a different poster that includes your cell phone number for questions.

Presenters are required to display their posters for the entirety of their assigned Poster Session, and must also stand with and present their posters, according to their scheduled day and time.


Poster Printing

Poster authors have the option to order their printed poster through the scientific poster printing service, Genigraphics, a cost-effective solution for printing and shipping posters directly to the Convention Center. Visit Genigraphics.com/ACGto order posters or download free templates in the recommended size of 64 inches wide x 36 inches high (163 cm wide x 92 cm high). Genigraphics also offers poster hanging service, however Presenters using this service are still required to register for and attend ACG 2022 to present their poster in-person in Charlotte, and stand with their poster during their designated period of time. Presenters who order through Genigraphics can pick up their posters at the poster pickup desk outside the Crown Ballroom on the upper Meeting level of the Charlotte Convention Center. Poster pick-up times are: Saturday, 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm; Sunday, 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm; Monday, 7:00 am - 6:00 pm; and Tuesday, 7:00 am - 6:00 pm.


Outstanding Poster Presenter Recognition

The College is pleased to continue the “Outstanding Poster Presenter” recognition at this year’s ACG Annual Scientific Meeting. ACG is working to cultivate the ability of clinical GI researchers to use critical storytelling and presentation skills essential for a career as a clinical investigator and scientific communicator.

During the daily Poster Rounds with the Experts, poster presenters may be invited to give a succinct and informative 1-2-minute briefing on their research, followed by one minute of Q & A with a faculty judge. Each judge will then select one or more “Outstanding Poster Presenters” who are best able to communicate their key findings, the significance of their data, as well as to articulate the potential impact of their work for clinicians and patients. Outstanding Poster Presenter recipients will be recognized with a red ribbon awarded on-site (winners may keep the ribbon), and will receive a certificate. Multiple awards may be made in each abstract category.

Only presenters standing with their printed posters during the assigned time are eligible to receive this distinction.