Sunday, 22 of October of 2017

PRESENTER CHECKLIST

 

√  MPRC/ACPE Guidelines and Requirements:

All residents must read and understand the MPRC/ACPE Guidelines and Requirements before registering for the conference and submitting their abstracts and other required documentation.  To read these guidelines and requirements please click the following link: 2017 Resident Guidelines Requirements

 

√  Online Conference Registration:

1.)  All Residents who wish to attend the conference must register for the conference by accurately completing an online registration by February 24, 2017.

  • Residents registering after February 24, 2017 will incur a late fee
  • Resident registrations WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED after March 10, 2017

2.)  Attendees are required to pay a registration fee.

  • Attendees from OUTSIDE the Omaha/Metro area requiring hotel accommodations will be assessed a $50.00 rooming fee included in the cost of registration.  (see “Hotel Reservations” below).

3.)  Click here to register for the conference:  Online Registration.

4.)  All Conference Registration Fees are Non-Refundable!

 

√  Submission of Abstracts/Other Documentation per Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE) Requirements:

In order for the Midwest Pharmacy Residents Conference to offer it’s attendees continuing pharmacy education credit;  ALL PRESENTERS must submit their abstract, most current CV, and a complete and electronically signed Conflict of Interest disclosure form in accordance to CE Guidelines:

 

Abstract Submission Deadline:  February 24, 2017

Abstracts must be saved in the following format:  (example:  Doe,J_abstract)

  • Please refer to the 2017 Resident Guidelines Requirements document for further detail regarding abstract preparation and submission.
  • 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 your preceptor prior to submission to MPRC!

 

Curriculum Vitae (CV) Submission Deadline:  February 24, 2017

CVs must be saved in the following format: (example:  Doe,J_CV)

 

Conflict of Interest/Disclosure Declaration Form Submission Deadline:  February 24, 2017

Conflict of Interest Disclosure form must be complete, electronically signed and saved in the following format:  (example:  Doe,J_COI)

  • Please click the following link to obtain a copy of the Conflict of Interest/Disclosure Declaration:  Conflict of Interest
  • All Conflicts of Interest Must be Resolved!

 

***All documents (abstract, CV and Conflict of Interest/Disclosure form)
must be sent together in one email message to dprice@nebraskamed.com by February 24, 2017***

 

 √  Presentation Preparation Guidelines:

1.)  Please refer to the 2017 Resident Guidelines Requirements document for further detail regarding presentation preparation instructions.

2.)  All presentations should be prepared as described in the “PresentationRules” section located under the “ResidentInfo” tab on this website.

3.)  Presentation Software Requirements:  All presentations must use “Windows-Based” Microsoft PowerPoint® Software and be Windows 7® & Office 2010® Compatible.

  • The Conference will only support presentations on Microsoft PowerPoint® Software
  • Macintosh® presentation software WILL NOT be available!

4.)  All preceptors must review and approve each presenter’s presentation prior to MPRC.

5.)  All presenters are responsible for bringing their final presentation to the conference on a USB Drive.

 

Presentation Attendance:

  • Plan to attend all sessions.
  • Residents are expected to stay for the entire duration of the conference and attend other resident’s presentations – especially sessions late in the day on day one of the conference; as well as all sessions after lunch on the final day of the conference.  There is nothing more depressing to a resident who has worked extremely hard on their presentation than to give a presentation to an empty room.
  • Packets containing residents’ evaluation forms will be available after the last session has ended on the final day of the conference and will NOT be mailed or emailed following the conference.
  • In an attempt to increase attendance for afternoon sessions; the Planning Committee has decided to have tickets or coupons distributed following each session to individuals who are in attendance.  Double tickets or coupons will be distributed for afternoon session on the first day and triple tickets or coupons to attendees during the afternoon sessions on the final day.  A drawing will be held at the end of the conference and two prizes will be given away.  Conference attendees must be present at the time of the drawing in order to win.

 

√  Resident/Research Preceptor Sign-off Sheet

  • All preceptors are required to complete a Resident/Research Preceptor Sign-off Sheet for EACH RESIDENT attending MPRC.
  • Please Click Here to obtain a copy of the Resident/Research Preceptor Sign-off Sheet.
  • All residents and Research Preceptors are required to sign this sheet
  • Once the sign-off sheets have been signed the Research Preceptor should submit to their Pharmacy Residency Director.
  • The RPD should submit all Resident/Preceptor Sign-off Sheets together in one email message to dprice@nebraskamed.com by February 24, 2017.

 

√  Hotel Reservations:

1.)  Residents Accompanied by a Preceptor from OUTSIDE the Omaha/Metro area that require hotel accommodations:

  • If you are a resident attending The Midwest Pharmacy Residents Conference with a preceptor; please be sure to complete an online registration form in it’s entirety no later than February 24, 2017.  (Registrations received after February 24 will be subject to a late fee).  No Registrations will be accepted after March 10, 2017.
  • Registering for the conference will also ensure that presenters attending from outside the Omaha/Metropolitan area are placed on The Embassy Suites Master Rooming List within the conference room block.  A $50.00 rooming fee has been added to the cost of registration and will be assessed by The Conference during online registration.  The Conference will pay for room + tax for up to two (2) nights stay for presenters accompanied by a preceptor attending the conference from OUTSIDE the Omaha/Metro area.
  • If you plan to share a room with your preceptor, please make note of these arrangements in the “Special Request” section of the online conference registration form.

2.)  Residents Unaccompanied by a Preceptor from OUTSIDE the Omaha/Metro area that require hotel accommodations:

  • If you are a presenting resident attending The Midwest Pharmacy Residents Conference without a preceptor; please note that the conference is not responsible for paying your hotel accommodations.   If contacted; the conference coordinator may (under certain circumstances) decide to request that the conference consider paying for the unaccompanied presenter’s room + tax for up to two (2) nights stay; however approval is not guaranteed.  If the unaccompanied presenter is granted a “conference-paid” room; he or she would be required to share that room with another attending resident who has requested a room but did not specify a roommate.
  • The unaccompanied presenter must also accurately complete an online registration form in it’s entirety no later than February 24, 2017.  (Registrations received after February 24 will be subject to a late fee).  No Registrations will be accepted after March 10, 2017.
  • Registering for the conference will also ensure that unaccompanied presenters attending from OUTSIDE the Omaha/Metro area are placed on The Embassy Suites Master Rooming List within the conference room block.

 

√  Exhibits Night:

All Residents and Preceptors should please plan to attend “Exhibits Night” on Thursday evening from 5:30 – 7:30 PM.  Please remember that without the financial support of our sponsors and exhibitors we would be unable to host the the MPRC.  Your support and participation in this event is highly encouraged and very much appreciated.

 

√  Host Residency Program:

Please remember 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.