Presenter guidelines for CMEpalooza Spring (Wednesday, April 6, 2016)
- Anyone is welcome to submit a proposal. All proposals will be posted online, and we will crowdsource the CMEpalooza Spring agenda via survey feedback from the CME/CE community (deadline is Feb. 1).
- Your topic should have at least a remote connection to continuing education for HCP’s
- You can choose a 30- or 60-minute slot. That slot encompasses your entire presentation plus any Q&A time.
- Co-presenters are welcome and encouraged. You can have up to four co-presenters, in addition to yourself.
- Format is up to you. Want to do a straight didactic talk with slides (acceptable, but I think you can do better)? Panel discussion (better)? Pro-con debate (even better)? A singalong (let’s not get carried away)? Creativity with content and organization of your proposed session is STRONGLY encouraged.
- Please do not submit an abstract for a session identical to one that you have previously presented. We are looking for unique, one-of-a-kind sessions.
- If you choose to use slides (not a requirement), they will need to be submitted ahead of time and the moderator (Derek or Scott) will advance them.
- You will need a Google account. You will need a laptop with a camera (almost all do). You will need a pair of headphones with a built-in mic. If your session is selected, we will have a very brief audio-video Hangout trial run ahead of time for you and any co-presenters to test your setup.
- All sessions will both be available for live viewing and archived on YouTube and the CMEpalooza website.
- Have fun.
If you’re interested in signing up as a presenter for CMEpalooza Spring, please complete the form below (only the lead presenter needs to complete the form). We’ll contact you shortly.