Oral Presentation Requirements

  • A 15 minute spoken presentation, including question and answer time (5 min).
  • Presenter shows the research and findings of their accepted abstract in a PowerPoint presentation.
  • PowerPoint presentation should be sent to organizers ( at latest 15 November 2023.
  • In 10 minutes we prefer from 8-10 slides.
  • The presenter is responsible for obtaining all of the conflict-of interest disclosure.
  • The presentation will be evaluated by a Jury Committee.

Evaluation criteria for oral presentations (maximum score is 25 points):

  • Content (clarity and quality of content) – 1-5 points
  • Self-presentation (command of language, voice, energy, body language, engagement with audience) – 1-5 points 
  • Visual aids (useful, economical, well-designed, support oral presentation) – 1-5 points
  • Use of time – 1-5 points
  • Response to questions – 1-5 points

Scientific Committee – Jury Committee (for oral presentations):

  1. Katrin Lang, PhD, University of Tartu, Estonia
  2. Merle Talvik, PhD, Tallinn Health Care College, Estonia
  3. Eerik Jõgi, PhD, Tartu Health College, Estonia