Innovating at the intersection of health and justice
Why a poster?
Posters are a way to ensure a highly interactive and participatory conference. They are a great way to give services the chance to demonstrate their work; and to give people attending the conference the chance to understand the depth and variety of ways people are innovating at the intersection of health and justice.
Posters are unusual in legal settings but are regularly used in the health sector to present key information at conferences. Through these poster displays, we are hoping to build the capability of services to talk about their work in a range of ways to a range of different audiences.
Completing a poster should also assist practitioners to participate in conference workshops on topics like outcomes measurement and working in partnership. That’s why posters will only be accepted if you have someone registered to attend the conference too.
Designing your poster
The focus of your poster should be how you are innovating for better outcomes at the intersection of health and justice. The following key questions should help inform your content:
Tell us about yourself (the lead agency/collaborators, local community etc)
Describe how you are innovating at the intersection of health and justice for better outcomes
Tell us about the challenge/problem you are aiming to address
What difference are you seeking to make?
What are you learning?
Do you have a human story connected to the work you’re doing (i.e. a case study)? Tell us about it
How can people contact you to find out more?
Set out a narrative that best describes what you and your service are doing: its value, successes, or lessons learned about how best to meet community need.
Find images that complement your narrative. Talk with your partners about what images might be useful. Even organisational logos can break up text. (NB organisations may need sign-off for publications or logos. Leave time for this!)
Remember: Less text + more imagery = greater impact
How to submit your poster
Download and complete the poster submission form.
Email a PDF of your poster along with your completed submission form by 5pm, Friday 13 September 2019 to email@example.com
Once you have submitted your poster and accompanying submission form, you will be advised which day and time you are presenting your poster.
On Day 1 (24 September), bring your poster for display (hard copy) to the conference registration desk, open daily from 8am.
Posters will be displayed on poster boards in Aerial UTS on 24-25 September 2019, regardless of when you have been allocated for poster presentation.
You can remove your poster at the end of Day 2 (25 September).
Poster size: A2 (420mm x 594mm)
Posters can be smaller than this but will be harder to see. Posters larger than this will not be displayed.
Display orientation: portrait or landscape.
How the poster presentation works
Posters are formally part of the program. You will be allocated times during the conference program to present your poster.
You can have one or multiple representatives presenting your poster. All poster presenters will be reflected in the program.
You must submit a poster and have a representative/s attending the conference for at least one day.