We are looking forward to the 2021 review course, and appreciate your involvement and hard work in order to make this a successful event! To assist you with preparation, please review the details below.
Please complete/submit all of the below requirements no later than 4 weeks prior to your scheduled talk.
[PART 1] Complete Your Speaker Agreement & Registration + COI FORM:
Fill out your COI form before completing the electronic agreement/registration form (STEP 1).
Fill out the electronic agreement/registration form and upload your completed COI form (STEP 2).
Submit a short speaker biography (2-3 sentences for introduction purposes) and headshot within the electronic agreement/registration form. Headshots may be used for CCCR promotion and are not mandatory.
A references slide must be included to provide participants with further reading on your MCQs' correct answers.
A disclosure slide must be submitted with your presentation. This slide is to be inserted into the beginning of your presentation and any disclosures or lack thereof must be verbally stated.
Presentations must be received no later than 4 weeks prior to your scheduled talk, as they will be reviewed by the committee and returned to the speaker for final edits, if necessary. Presentations are to be sent to email@example.com (STEP 5).
✓ I've included my MCQ Submission Template and references.
✓ I've included my disclosure slide.
A minimum of 25% of your presentation time must be interactive.
Attendees have requested that slides are on a light background, with clear graphics and legible font so that they can be easily read when printing.
Generic, rather than trade names, must be used in presentations.
Branding or sponsor logos are not allowed in presentation slides.
It is important to write references on slides and incorporate evidence if possible.
Include discussion of commonly encountered barriers to practice change.
The Canadian Critical Care Society thanks our organizational sponsors, MD Financial Management and Scotiabank for their generous support!
About the Association
The Canadian Critical Care Society (CCCS) is the National Specialty Society, representing Adult and Paediatric Critical Care Medicine physicians in Canada. The practice of Critical Care Medicine in Canada is multidisciplinary and CCCS members hold base specialty certification in anaesthesia, medicine, paediatrics, emergency medicine or surgery and some surgical subspecialties such as cardiac surgery and neurosurgery.