A Workshop is intended to teach new skills and allow opportunities for discussion. Workshop presenters are expected to use interactive and experiential teaching formats such as small group discussions, case examples, demonstrations, interactive polls and other skill-building exercises.

Please check the schedule carefully to determine the time allocated to your workshop, which may be 45, 60, 75, 90 or 120 minutes. Develop your workshop to fit within the time allotted. Workshops will not be recorded for on demand viewing within the conference app.

The first slide must include the title of your presentation, all co-authors, and affiliations. In compliance with Continuing Medical Education regulations and standards, authors must include a conflict-of-interest disclosure on the second slide of their presentation.

Please bring your digital presentation (Windows-compatible) on a memory stick or allow time to access an online account to download it well to your assigned room well in advance of your session. If you have printed materials you would like to distribute, please bring copies with you, as we are unable to print materials for presenters. Presenters can upload files related to their presentation to their profile within the conference app for conference attendees to access during and after the conference.

A technician will be available to help load your presentation and assist with any other technical support you may need. Each room is equipped with a mic, laptop and screen.