Oral Abstract Presenters, Pre-Conference, Concurrent, & Symposium Speakers
Please bring your final PowerPoint presentation file (16:9 Ratio) to the Conference on a flash drive to give to our AV technicians at least one day ahead of your presentation time (time frames and instructions will be emailed soon or can be found here). Please bring a backup copy as well. PLEASE NOTE: this will be your finalized PowerPoint slide deck.
Please use this file naming convention: Your Last Name_Day of Presentation_Part or All of Session Title (Doe_Thursday_Sport Concussion).
For each room, we will provide the following on a PC platform:
Submitting Onsite (Required one day before your presentation) – All presenters will be required to bring their PowerPoint slides to the Speaker Ready Room located on the Mezzanine Level in the Baronne Office.
Speaker Ready Room Hours as follows:
Presentation File Requirements (REQUIRED)
You may provide your file electronically via Dropbox – PowerPoint slide deck (16:9 Ratio) no later than February 24, 2020 at 11:59pm EST. After this date, bring your final presentation on a flash drive to the Speaker Ready Room onsite. In either case, bring a backup copy onsite.
If you would prefer to submit your presentation early, please use the file naming convention outlined above and submit it to the appropriate link as follows:
Oral Abstract Presenters
Oral Abstract presentations will vary between eight and twelve minutes in length, depending upon the session in which you are scheduled. Your allotted time includes the Q&A.
Pre-Conference Courses, Concurrent, & Symposia Speakers
Logos with a commercial interest* are prohibited from slide presentations in all CME-accredited sessions. The IBIA World Congress and CME-accrediting provider reserve the right to review all slide presentations to ensure compliance. Please consult the Faculty Guidance Document for further information, or contact Monica Rodgers at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
*A commercial interest is any entity producing, marketing, re-selling, or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients.
The ACCME does not consider providers of clinical service directly to patients to be commercial interests – unless the provider of clinical service is owned, or controlled by, an ACCME-defined commercial interest.
A commercial interest is not eligible for ACCME accreditation. Commercial interests cannot be accredited providers and cannot be joint providers. Within the context of this definition and limitation, the ACCME considers 501-C non-profit organizations such as IBIA to be eligible for accreditation and free to control the content of CME.