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INFORMATION FOR SPEAKERS & PRESENTERS

SUBMIT YOUR AGREEMENT FORM 

DISCLOSURE SLIDE


SPEAKER QUICK TIPS


SPEAKER RELEASE FOR VIDEO & AUDIO RECORDING





Submit Your Form Checklist

  1. First fill out your CFPC disclosure slide (step 1) before completing the electronic agreement form.
  2. Fill out the agreement form (step 2), and upload your CFPC disclosure slide.
  3. Submit a short speaker biography (2-3 sentences for introduction purposes) and headshot. Headshots may be used for ASM promotion and are not mandatory.
  4. Agree to the Speaker Release for Video and Audio Recording.

Submitting your Presentation
Deadline:
April 5th, 2022

Please send a copy of your final presentation in a PowerPoint and a PDF version to events@secretariatcentral.com.  Make sure that your CFPC disclosure slide is included.  The PDF copy will be made available to registered delegates, post ASM. 

 If your files are too large to be sent via email, we recommend you upload them to an external source for sharing i.e., Dropbox.

When emailing your files, please ensure that your file title contains your full name (ex. Talk Title-John-Doe).

Accreditation 

In order to comply with the CGS Faculty Handbook and important accreditation standards set out by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, all presenters must complete or note the following:

  1. Your CFPC disclosure slide must be used when preparing your presentation, and declarations must be verbalized at the start of your presentation.
  2. A minimum of 25% of your presentation must be interactive.
  3. Generic, rather than trade names, must be used in presentations.
  4. Branding or sponsor logos are not allowed in presentation slides.
  5. It is important to write references on slides and incorporate evidence if possible. 
  6. Include discussion of commonly encountered barriers to practice change.
  7. Speakers must comply with the Rx&D Code of Ethical Practices.
  8. Speakers must comply with the The Canadian Medical Association’s (CMA’s) policy guidelines on physicians’ interactions with industry.
  9. Speakers must comply with the Quebec Code of Ethics.













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