ENT, neurosurgeon, radiotherapist, maxillo-facial surgeon, neuroradiologist, neurologist, in addition to other healthcare professionals whose scope of practice includes skull base surgery. Residents and Fellows.
The official language of the meeting is English without simultaneous translation.
We kindly ask to all speakers to prepare their slides/mp4 videos in English.
RULES FOR SPEAKERS/PANELISTS/LECTURES
You need to provide a mandatory signed COI declaration.
The speech will be subject to CME accreditation, therefore, we request compliance with the following rules:
• the teaching activity shall be objective, balanced and not influenced by direct or indirect interests of stakeholders with commercial interest;
• the supervisor/teacher shall not include in the activity any teaching advertising of any kind for specific products of medical interest, shall indicate only generic names of drugs, instruments, principals and not their trade names, even if related to the subject matter;
• the supervisor/teacher shall not project images covered by copyright, identifying images of drugs or equipment and images that can violate patient privacy.
16:9 projection will be provided. Speakers are kindly requested to contact the AV technician located inside the meeting hall well in advance.
The use of personal laptop (Mac/PC) is highly recommended, remind own adaptor for Mac device.
The presentation will be forwarded through Local Area Network (LAN) directly to the Video Projector.
Each Speaker shall collect their technical material at the end of the session or at the latest at the end of the day. The Organizing Secretariat accepts no responsibility for any lost audio-visual material that was not collected or left unattended.
Remember to adhere strictly to the time allotted for each presentation.
At the end of the Congress an attendance certificate will be given/sent to all registered participants.
The Scientific and the Organizing Secretariats reserve the right to make any change to the program they deem necessary for scientific and/or technical reasons.