CML Horizons 2020 Virtual – Call for Posters

18 Nov 2020 - 17:11

Call for posters

This year your posters will be displayed virtually and within our conference platform. There will be a Poster Area where we will display an image of participants poster illustrating their CML patient advocacy activities, projects, and outcomes.

Call for submissions closed on 5th November. Thanks you very much for your participation!

We encourage all of the organisations to prepare their poster, considering that this year it is a virtual event and a digital file. There are no criteria: it is open to all members who will register and this is the ideal opportunity to illustrate the organisations’ activities at a global level that gives the opportunity to share best practices with CML advocates from all over the world.

How can I submit a poster?


We invite members to send through an image of the poster to Celia Marín at email by the 5th of November 2020. Your image must be in PNG format and no larger than 6MB.

To help you with the poster design, you can download and use the CML Horizons 2020 Poster template by clicking the link below:

document CMLHZ20 Virtual Poster Template (243 KB)

We hope this template inspire you with creating your poster. However, please feel free to create your own design. There are no rules, so be as creative as you like. When using this template, you can save as a PNG or send us the PPT file and we will convert it and publish it on the Poster Area for you.

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