A poster presentation is a type of presentation where the information about a project or a program (in either research or professional fields) is presented in a clear and concise manner on a printed paper poster.

Poster presentations at the Mental Health for All Conference 2019 will be pinned up on large boards in a designated room for all three days of the conference. Delegates will be able to visit the posters during their breaks and spare time, as well as during the Poster Session being held on the second day of the conference (September 24th). During the Poster Session, poster presenters will stand by their posters to present the information to delegates and answer questions about their project/program.

Information for poster presenters: 

If you are presenting a poster at the Mental Health for All Conference 2019,  your poster should be no more than 4 feet width and 6 feet length. The layout can be vertical or horizontal.

If you are unsure about what a poster presentation looks like or how to create one, here are a couple of good sources of information to get you started: Ten Simple Rules for a Good Poster Presentation, Creating a Poster, and Templates for Conference Posters. Here is also a great video tutorial on making an effective poster. Note: while most of the online poster presentation guides are geared to the scientific community, the key elements and concepts to creating a poster presentation remain the same for professional posters.

Poster presentations are listed below according to the stream it corresponds to. Click on a specific stream to read more about related posters. To learn more about each stream, please visit the About the Conference page.

Poster Competition

This year, CMHA is holding a Poster Competition during its Mental Health for All (MH4A) Conference. Participation in the Poster Competition is voluntary. Posters will be evaluated by a panel of mental health experts (both academic and front-line) as well as persons with lived experience.

For more information about the Poster Competition, please see our Guidelines and Criteria. 

Note:This poster competition is only available for those who have been accepted to present a poster at the 2019 Mental Health for All Conference. We are no longer accepting submissions for poster presentations at the 2019 MH4A conference.

Poster presentations are listed below according to the stream it corresponds to. Click on a specific stream to read more about related posters. To learn more about each stream, please visit the About the Conference page.

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