FIAMC Congress 2018
Evangelisation and Works of Mercy
Poster print guidelines

General information

The FIAMC poster competition hopes to showcase what our member countries have been doing in the service of the Church. The poster should mention what the organisations and their individual members have done and are doing for the Church in terms of pro-life and pro-family advocacy, free medical service for the clergy, religious and laity, and humanitarian missions. We hope that publishing these works will inspire associations to emulate what others are doing, as well as to demonstrate to the world the crucial and active role that Catholic doctors play in society.

Specific information

1. Posters should be on A0 size paper (ca. 841 X 1,189 mm). The poster has to be longer vertically than horizontally.
2. Posters should be designed and presented vertically.
3. The poster should contain the official FIAMC logo and name at the top.
4. The poster should contain the title “Evangelisation and Works of Mercy”, the names of the authors, the institution and the country they hail from.
5. You or your co-authors are responsible for affixing your poster to the panels provided at the conference centre. Poster strips will be provided. Each poster panel will be labelled with a number corresponding to your member institution which will be made known to you upon registration.
6. Authors may hang up their posters at [venue] , as of May 31.
7. At least one author must be present during the poster viewing to explain your work and answer questions. This will foster interchange and collegiality between member institutions as well as serve as inspiration for mutually enhancing the work that we do for God.
8. Please remove and take your poster with you at the end of the conference. Posters that are not retrieved by June 3 will be disposed of.
9. Medals of commendation will be awarded to the top three posters.