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How does a teleconference work?

 

What equipment do we need on site?

 

When can we expect to receive the teleconference materials for the live teleconference for which we have registered?

 

When can we expect to receive the audio recordings and slides for the recorded lecture which we have registered?

 

Can we retrospectively order an audio recording of a teleconference that we have participated in previously?

 

Do we get continuing education credits (CEC) for participating in this program?

 

What should we do with the sign-in sheet?

 

Do we get equal CEC for participation in a recorded session after the live teleconference?

 

How do we get CEC if we participate in an audio recorded session?

 

When do we get the CEC certificates?

 

What should we do with the evaluation form?

 

How do we register?

 

What form of payment is required?

 

What is your cancellation policy?

 

How does a teleconference work?

Three to five days before each lecture, a teleconference packet will be mailed to your site coordinator containing the lecture slides, handouts as a PDF file, and dial-in instructions. U.S. participants will receive a toll-free telephone number. International participants may incur additional telephone charges . On the day of the lecture and at the scheduled time, your site will call the telephone number provided in your lecture packet. Once all conference sites have dialed in, participants will follow the slide show with the lecturer. You will have an opportunity to participate in a question and answer discussion session at both the mid point and at the completion of the lecture.

 

What equipment do we need on site?

You will need a computer or LCD projector with a screen and a telephone set with a speaker (if more than one person will be participating at your site). You may also want to obtain a quality teleconference system for maximum audio reception and clarity. Your organization's telecommunications department may have one available.

 

When can we expect to receive the teleconference materials – instructions, slides, handouts for the live teleconference for which we have registered?

You can expect to receive the package 2-3 business days before the conference.

 

When can we expect to receive the audio recordings and slides for the recorded lecture which we have registered?

You can expect to receive the slides and/or audio recording 15 business days after the live teleconference occurred.

 

Can we retrospectively order an audio recording of a teleconference that we have participated in previously?

Yes, you can order an audio recording of any teleconference you have participated.

 

Do we get continuing education credits (CEC) for participating in this program?

Yes, the lecture series is an ABHI approved continuing education program. You will earn 1.5 contact hours or 0.225 CEC per lecture.

 

What should we do with the sign-in sheet?

Participants should print clearly their first and last names and put their signatures indicating their participation in the conference. The site coordinator must sign the form and send it to us. The completed sign-in sheet is required in order for participants to receive CE credits.

 

Do we get equal CEC for participation in a recorded session after the live teleconference?

Yes, you get equal continuing education credits for live or recorded participation.

 

How do we get CEC if we participate in an audio recorded session?

We send the blank certificate to your site coordinator who fills out it for you after participation.

 

When do we get the CEC certificates?

Participants usually receive their certificates 6-8 weeks after the last conference of the series. In order to issue the certificate we require a completed sign-in sheet for each conference.

 

What should we do with the evaluation form?

Your opinion about every lecture is valuable to us and the speakers. Please complete the form and ask your site coordinator to send it back.

 

How do we register?

Complete the teleconference registration form. Fax the form to: (202) 944-2343.

Send the original registration form and a check made payable to Georgetown University to:

 

Overnight Courier:

Sandra Rosen-Bronson

Preclinical Science Bldg, Room LE8H

Georgetown University

3900 Reservoir Road NW

Washington, DC 20007

(202) 784-2909

 

U.S. Mail:

Sandra Rosen-Bronson

Box 571438

Georgetown University

3900 Reservoir Road NW

Washington, DC 20057-1438

 

In order to assure your registration, it is important to write our complete and exact address as listed above.

 

What form of payment is required?

You can pay with a check or a credit card.

If payment is by check, please indicate so on the form and send your check.

If payment is by credit card, please fill in the numbers & billing address and where cardholder signature is requested, please sign your name if faxing.

 

What is your cancellation policy?

Cancellations which occur 21 days or more prior to the date of the first lecture for which your site has registered are fully refundable less a nonrefundable deposit of $50. For cancellations which occur from 21 to 14 days prior, 50% of the lecture series fee will be forfeited. No refunds are possible after 14 days prior to the starting date. All cancellation requests must be submitted in writing.

 

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