CONFERENCE PREP: Adolescent Medicine 2022
Thank you for agreeing to present at the Adolescent Medicine Conference 2022 on May 9-11, 2022. The conference will be held via Zoom. Please see below for important dates and information.
What we need from you:
DISCLOSURE: a signed disclosure form is required for participation in the conference. You only need to submit one disclosure form.
SPEAKER AGREEMENT: We ask that you sign a speaker agreement, by which you attest to reading and agreeing to the guidelines for online continuing education. You only need to submit one speaker agreement. There is a link to the guidelines in the speaker agreement. The guidelines include a description of the conditions under which you may use copyrighted images in your presentation. If you would like assistance in determining the copyright compliance of your presentation, please submit your slides here by the date below.
PRESENTATION SLIDES: Please submit your slides by March 25 here. If you are only speaking in a Meet the Professor session, then you do not need to submit slides.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: please include 3 (plus or minus) learning objectives at the beginning of your slides. It is best practice to determine your objectives for your learners prior to developing your presentation, and then shape your talk to meet the objectives.
MOC ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS: (see examples)
MOC Part II credit will be offered for all sessions except the Meet the Professor discussions. Please submit at least one assessment question for each presentation you will be giving, including explanations of correct and incorrect answers. If you are only speaking at a Meet the Professor session, then you do not need to submit MOC questions.
IMAGE CREDITS AND JOURNAL CITATIONS: Ideally, permission to use images in your presentation is granted by the rights holder, e.g. by a creative commons or other license, or is in the public domain. As noted in the guidelines you are agreeing to, conference presentations fall under fair use, so copyrighted images may be used without permission. However, in order for fair use to apply, source information for images must be provided. If you can, provide the image owner’s name and license type. If the image came from a journal article, include a complete journal citation (or as complete as you can), and add “All rights reserved.”
Creative Commons License
Owner only, no permission
Owner only, with permission
Image by Lukas Schlagenhauf CC BY-ND 2.0
Cuello‐Garcia CA, Mai SHC, Simpson R, Al‐Harbi S, Choong K. Early Mobilization in Critically Ill Children: A Systematic Review. J Pediatr. 2018;203:25‐33. All rights reserved.
Photo (or Image) by Owner’s Name, on Site Name. All rights reserved.
Photo (or Image) by Owner’s Name, on Site Name. Used with permission.
|March 25||Week of April 11||May 9-11|
Submit Speaker Agreement
Submit MOC Questions