Scoring posters at scientific meetings: first impressions count.

Abstract

Many specialist societies present "best poster" prizes, yet without generally agreed assessment methods. 31 posters at a neurology meeting were divided randomly into two sets; 14 neurologists, randomized into two groups, were each assigned one poster set. They "quick scored" the first half, viewing posters for 10-15 seconds, and "detailed scored" the others… (More)

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@article{Smith2004ScoringPA, title={Scoring posters at scientific meetings: first impressions count.}, author={Philip E. M. Smith and Geraint N Fuller and Frank Dunstan}, journal={Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine}, year={2004}, volume={97 7}, pages={340-1} }