Forms/Education Credits for Attendees
SCRS provides education credits for the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to the attendees of the Summit. To participate as a speaker in the Summit, you must provide the necessary disclosure required by this organization.
ANCC Disclosure of Relevant Relationship
Please upload completed files using the form above or send completed documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some rooms do not offer AV for our summits which means presentations are allowed only on an approved basis for plenary sessions only. Many great sessions do not have presentations but are instead discussions, panels, fireside chats, etc. This determination will be made with the conference organizers and should be made clear as it has its own set of requirements.
If you are a plenary speaker and have been approved to provide a presentation, please see more information below.
Submitting Powerpoint Presentation Content for Approval
SCRS offers contact hour credits for Summit attendees. All content must go through a pre-approval process prior to the session.
This process takes time and passes through many hands before final approval so we can issue the credits attendees seek for their licensure or certifications.
Learning objectives are a critical piece of this review process as they are a requirement from both certifying bodies to have established before the event.
Please share completed presentations and ANCC Planning Tool to email@example.com
All presentations must be submitted before March 20, 2024.
Suggestions for Oral Presentations
- The goal of Summit breakout sessions is to stimulate conversation among all attendees and arrive at Best Site Practices
- Come prepared with information to introduce the topic and have questions ready to pose to the audience
- Share the goals and set the ground rules at the beginning of the session:
- Allow for as many voices as possible to share and be heard
- No witching! The conversation should remain solution-focused
- Manage the conversation and questions among the speaker(s) and attendees
- Keep the conversation focused on solutions; steer away from complaining and “witching”
- Share your insights and expertise on the topic
- It is okay & encouraged to interject and realign the conversation to the session topic.