Preconference course speakers will be preregistered for CSM preconference dates only, Tuesday, February 11, and Wednesday, February 12. If you have not received a preconference registration confirmation, please contact APTACSM@mcievents.com.
Should you choose to stay and attend CSM programming, you will need to register. You can do so by calling 800/809-9565 or by accessing your registration confirmation to make updates.
Your preconference badge will not admit you to CSM programming nor will it entitle you to continuing education units (CEUs) at the conference. In order to attend CSM conference programming and to receive CEUs, you must register for CSM.
CSM 2020 conference speakers receive a complimentary registration for their speaking day. Speakers who wish to register for the entire conference are eligible for a discounted registration fee determined by their APTA membership status and length of speaking engagement. Speakers may register via phone at 800/809-9565.
1-day registration - $170
2-day registration - $325
1-day registration - $245
2-day registration - $475
All preconference courses and educational sessions will be held the Colorado Convention Center, Embassy Suites and the Hyatt in Denver. Please note room assignments, while posted, are subject to change. Check the mobile app for the most current information.
Platform PresentersAll platform presenters should check-in at general registration. Presenter ribbons will be available at Poster Check-In outside the Exhibit Hall. View onsite registration hours and locations.
Poster PresentersAfter completing registration, all poster presenters should stop by Poster Check-In outside of the Exhibit Hall then proceed to the poster hall to hang their poster according to the schedule below.
Audiovisual equipment is available to all speakers/presenters in the Speaker Ready Room.
Speaker Room Hours
CSM Speaker Slide Template (.ppt)
When preparing your presentation, please follow the guidelines below to ensure compliance with CEU approval:
Slide 1 Session Title Slide
Slide 2 - Disclosure Slide
Speaker should disclose any relationship that could reasonably be viewed as creating a conflict of interest, or the appearance of a conflict of interest, that might bias the content of the presentation. Speaker should disclose any significant financial interest in any product, instrument, device, service or material discussed in the presentation, including the source of any third-party compensation related to the presentation. By way of examples, significant financial interest or other relationships could include employment or stockholder status or funding. Speaker is ultimately responsible for determining whether particular information should be disclosed. Disclosure should be made orally and in writing during the live presentation.
Slide 3 - Learning Objectives
Slide 4 Introduction to Content
Include a course outline that addresses the major points of the presentation.
Remaining Content Slides – Points to Consider
Copyright PermissionElectronic files of articles may be included if:
Otherwise, you are responsible for obtaining copyright permission. Identify copyrighted materials by using a reference number within the body of the text or providing information directly under a chart or diagram.
Also, please note that the Author's Toolkit, available through the APTA Learning Center, offers a comprehensive guide for designing and developing a quality learning experience.
Should you have specific questions about content or other section-specific requirements, please contact your section program chair. Please direct other questions to Mary Lynn Billitteri, Event Programming at email@example.com or 703/706-8500.
Last Updated: 7/22/2019
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