Monday, 21 of June of 2021



Preceptor/Program Director Responsibilities…


√  MPRC Guidelines and Requirements:

  • All Preceptors must read and understand the MPRC Guidelines and Requirements.
  • Preceptors must ensure each resident attending MPRC also read and fully understand these guidelines and requirements prior to registration.
  • MPRC Guidelines and Requirements can be found here: 2021 Resident Guidelines Requirements


√  Preceptor Attendance:

  • It is strongly suggested that for every 4 residents that attend MPRC, a minimum of 1 preceptor should also participate.


√  Ensure All Residents have Completed an Online Conference Registration:

  • All Preceptors must ensure that each of their residents have accurately completed an online registration by March 7, 2021.
  • Absolutely NO Resident Registrations WILL BE ACCEPTED after March 7, 2021


All Preceptors Must Complete an Online Conference Registration:

  • Preceptors/Program Directors planning to attend MPRC should register online by March 7, 2021
  • Preceptors/Program Director registration fees have been waived for the 2021 virtual conference in leu of being scheduled as a judge and/or moderator volunteer.


√  Judge/Moderator Assignments:

  • All registered preceptors will be assigned judge and/or moderator responsibilities at MPRC.  The conference will try to accommodate your “preferred categories” selected during online registration; however would request that you please be sure to select multiple categories to assist in the scheduling process.


√  Submission of Abstracts:


Abstract Deadline:  March 7, 2021

  • Abstracts must be saved in the following format: (Doe,J_abstract)
  • For further detail regarding abstract preparation and submission, please refer to this document: 2021 Resident Guidelines Requirements
  • All abstracts should be prepared as described in the “Call for Abstracts” section located under the “ResidentInfo” tab on this website.
  • All abstracts should be submitted in the same format used in the “Sample Abstract” also located under the “ResidentInfo” tab on this site.
  • All abstracts must be reviewed and approved by a preceptor prior to submission to MPRC!


√  Presentation Preparation Guidelines:

  • Please refer to the 2021 Resident Guidelines Requirements document for further detail regarding presentation preparation instructions.
  • All presentations should be prepared as described in the “PresentationRules” section located under the “ResidentInfo” tab on this website.
  • All speakers are required to provide a verbal or written disclosure announcement to the audience at the beginning of their presentation. Speakers must make a disclosure even if they do not have any conflicts. The disclosure should also include a statement if the presentation includes an off-label discussion(s).
  • Presentation Software Requirements: All presentations must use “Windows-Based” Microsoft PowerPoint® and are required to be Windows 10® and Office 2016® Compatible.
  • The Conference will only support presentations on Microsoft PowerPoint® Software
  • Macintosh® presentation software WILL NOT be accepted! 
  • All preceptors must review and approve each presenter’s presentation and ensure that all presentations are prepared within the MPRC guidelines.
  • All presenters must save their final PowerPoint presentation in the following format: (Doe,J_PPT) and email to by Monday, May 3, 2021.
  • Once saved in the appropriate format; all presenters must also upload their final slide deck to the MPRC virtual portal by Monday, May 3, 2021.


Presentation Attendance:

  • Plan to attend all sessions.
  • Residents are expected to participate for the entire duration of the conference and attend other resident’s presentations throughout the conference.
  • Evaluations will be available at the end of the conference.


√  Conference, Presentation, and Judge/Moderator Schedules:

The Conference will make every effort to post the final conference agenda as well as final resident presentation and judge/moderator schedules as soon as possible; however we cannot guarantee that these schedules will be available any earlier than one-week prior to the event.


√  Host Residency Program:

Please remind your resident(s) attending the conference that the host residency program is sponsoring the conference on a voluntary basis.  They are sponsoring the conference because they are dedicated to post graduate pharmacy education.  They are not professional meeting planners.  The host residency program will be trying very hard to make the conference a success, but sometimes there can be glitches.  They will work very hard to correct any problems if they occur.