CSI Presentations
What is a CSI Presentation?

You are going to love this novel concept and presentation format that was introduced at the ISHRS 2020 World Congress! “CSI” stands for “cases, studies, and innovations”. These are selected from submitted abstracts on various topics. Each CSI author has the opportunity to prepare their presentation as a pre-recorded video, poster PDF, or both. CSI authors will populate their dedicated CSI page on the platform in advance of the meeting. Attendees may view the CSI presentations at their leisure once the platform opens on Oct. 11 and may view them until the virtual edition closes on February 8, 2022. Each CSI page has a running chat, so the attendees may ask questions or provide comments. The CSI author may respond and provide comments in the chat as well. (Think similar to a poster defense session in an in-person meeting.)

Presentation Types

CSI Presentations can be a pre-recorded video, a poster PDF, or both. It’s your choice how is best to present your material.

EXAMPLE OF A 2020 CSI PRESENTATION

CSI Presentation Preperation

All CSI presenters received a Dropbox upload link in their notification and should upload the following to that link:

  • Your head shot photo
  • Your Video presentation
  • Your Poster PDF

We will upload the content that populates the info section.

“Info Section” will pre-populate with the fields below.  A thumbnail of the PDF will be shown on the screen.

*****Info Section EXAMPLE*****
CSI-085
Hairline Design Methods
Joe Smith, MD, FISHRS | Spain
*****

Pre-recorded Video Guidelines
  • Follow the guidelines in the Video Recording Instructions
  • Videos should be 5-7 minutes long and created in landscape mode.
  • Include Objective(s), Method, Results and Conclusion when possible.
  • Include a Take Home Message in the summary at the end.
  • Have a quiet location set for the recording time to minimize background noise.
  • If possible, have your computer plugged in with a hard-wired internet connection (Cat-5).
  • Have light cast on you from the front or side. Do not be positioned in front of a window or light brighter than your front and sidelights.
  • Plug your headset into your laptop or desktop computer. If your computer does not have a microphone, please attach an external microphone via USB or 3.5mm jack.
  • Keep your microphone muted until you are ready to speak. Allow 10 seconds before speaking once unmuting yourself.
  • Allow 3 seconds prior to speaking when switching slides.
  • Ensure that the platform you are using can export the video in 1080p or higher to allow for post-recording editing if needed.
  • Depending on the program you are using, your camera may block a portion of the slide. Please review slide content prior to recording to ensure all content is in view.
Poster PDF Guidelines

Download Poster Template (Use of this template is optional).

A typical poster should contain a combination of pictures, tables, graphs, and other elements used in presentations. We have provided one template which you can use as a guideline.

While it is not mandatory you use the provided template, it is important that you summarize your research or information in a concise and attractive way. Ideally, viewers must understand the content of your poster in a matter of minutes.

Format and File Type: All Posters should be in PORTRAIT format and saved as a PDF file. There are no required dimensions or size limit due to the virtual nature of the poster. Users will be able to download the poster and zoom in/out for optimal viewing.

If you want to get the best results, make sure that your poster is well-designed, logical, and consistent. When designing your poster, remember, some features in the provided template may be changed, while others are fixed.

The fixed features that should be included in your poster are
  • Poster Title
  • Author name(s)
  • Disclosures
  • References
  • Take Home Message
The modifiable features are
  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Conclusion
  • Size of text boxes
  • Font style/size of headings, titles, text, etc.
  • Alignment of headings and text
  • Inclusion of graphics and images

Within these limits, freely employ design strategies that will capture the attention of virtual Congress attendees and express the value of your research.

File Naming

When uploading your presentation, you should use the following file naming system: PresenterLastName_SessionName_PresentationTitle

Examples:
SmithJoe_CSI_HairlineDesignMethods.mp4
SmithJoe_CSI_HairlineDesignMethods.PDF