Subject to change

We are pleased to welcome the following ePoster Presentations to the 2019 CRANAplus Conference in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales.

Electronic posters (ePosters) will be displayed for the duration of the conference on large flat screen monitors in the exhibition and catering areas. A PDF version of your ePoster will also be included on the conference app and website.

Poster slides will rotate automatically and each will be shown for one minute duration at a time. Delegates will be able to pause individual posters to view them in more detail.

ePoster Slide Upload

A link will soon be made available for you to upload your slide.

Please use the template and instructions to prepare your ePoster slide.

Ensure your submission is named with the conference name and the last and first name of the first (submitting) author: CRANAplus2018_Lastname_Firstname

Note all ePosters must be submitted using the template provided with content limited to one slide.

If you have any questions regarding your ePoster presentation, please contact

Learning to provide a responsive and respectful mental health service to remote communities in Central Australia Peter Ashley
Are you safe and secure when working – anywhere and anytime? Brenda Birch
How the NP and RN-led ATC in a small rural hospital is fulfilling the needs of their local community Jodie Cameron
The Role of the Female Rural Generalist Maria Capoluongo
Strengthening the Remote Workforce in the NT Heather Keighley
Queensland Maori, Pasifika Families and Child Health Service Providers narrating (talanoa) about culturally safe service delivery; a journey using an Indigenous Conceptual Framework Underpinning Decolonisation, Cultural Safety Methodology and Talanoa Methods Wani Erick
The Joy Project – getting people to smile! Xaviera Farrell
Sepsis in rural areas with an atypical case from exposure to horses Chris Freeman
Bridging the Gap between NDIS and Indigenous Participants in Rural and Remote Locations Danni Hocking
Curing loneliness, it’s a major health concern Jannine Jackson
Women working in rural and remote Australia- a Primary Health Nurse Perspective Kristy James
Show me the money – Utilising the Health Workforce Scholarship Program to support continuing professional development for rural and remote primary health clinicians (case study) Tracey Lewis
The strongest/weakest link of building connections Krystle Lingwoodock
Drought – Helping hands in times of need Evan Morris
Connecting with Community – Champions4Change Diana Mosca
NSW Rural Doctors Network provides services and support for rural and remote nurses and midwives, come and hear what RDN’s strategies are for the sector and what they can do for you Carolyn Ripper
An educational commitment respecting cultural pluralism – leanings from the North African chapter Louise Woods


e-Posters are a visual presentation of the main points of your topic and make use of graphics such maps, photographs and charts.

  • An e-Poster presentation is a graphic/textual way to show others your work. Therefore, your poster presentation should rely on colour, diagrams, charts and visual images to illustrate your ideas rather that presenting information in text.
  • A minimum of three (3) relevant visual images is recommended. These should be clearly labelled.
  • The text used must be concise, using just enough words to explain your work and the significance and impact your topic has for the profession.
  • Select colour combinations that are simple and pleasing to the eye. Two/three colours will unify the poster.
  • Lay out and organise the material to make the main message clear.
  • Balance the quantity of text and graphics equally and use dot points and lists to increase clarity and quantity of information.
  • Check typography, avoid abbreviations, acronyms and jargon.
  • Your e-Poster should be formatted in a way that the reader’s eye movement should be naturally down the column or along rows.
  • Remember that SIZE attracts attention in your typography.
  • Use arrows, pointing hands, numbers and letters to clarify sequences.
  • Use simplicity, don’t overload the e-Poster!
  • Key references (if appropriate) should be placed in a small text box at the bottom right hand corner of your e-Poster, in no more than 12-point font.


  • Is your e-Poster reader-friendly, clear and concise?
  • Am I drawn to this e-Poster?
  • Can colleagues quickly examine the e-Poster and understand major points?
  • Would an interested reader learn enough to ask informed questions?
  • Does it stimulate interest and conversation?


e-Poster must be prepared in PowerPoint (1 slide in 16:9 format).  They will be displayed during the conference on a large flat-screen monitor in the trade exhibition area.