Summit Speaker Logistics Page
SCRS is pleased that you will be participating in the SCRS European Site Solutions in Lisbon, Portugal 13-14 November 2023!
Please update your speaker profile using the form below and review useful information about presenting at the Summit on this page.
Visit eusitesolutionssummit.com/agenda to view the full listing of sessions.
Update Your Speaker Profile
Submit your information via this form. Your name, title, headshot, company name and title will be displayed on the Summit website and app. Please double-check the information provided for accuracy and upload a high-resolution photo. If you do not have one, a photo taken with your smartphone will work.
Your signature will confirm you have reviewed and accepted the SCRS Speaker Release Form.
Information about registration, presentations, social media graphics and more can be found below.
If you have any questions, please reach out to email@example.com
Speakers must be registered for the Summit. SCRS speakers qualify for a complimentary registration for the entire Summit. Upon completion of the speaker disclosures and submission of a bio/photo for our marketing, the faculty page and mobile app, please register using EUSPEAKER2023. Please register here.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
If you are involved in a panel, A/V is not required. If you are an individual or co-presenter for a plenary, we will provide a laptop, screen, and microphone.
Forms/Education Credits for Attendees
SCRS provides education credits for the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to the attendees of the Oncology Summit. In order to participate as a speaker in the Global Summit, it is imperative that you provide the necessary disclosure required by this organization.
ANCC Disclosure of Financial Relationship Disclosure
Please upload completed files using the form above or send completed documents to email@example.com
Once you get to Summit, all speakers are REQUIRED to check in at the REGISTRATION desk.
As the facilitator, you will introduce yourself, the topic, and the speakers on the panel. Your responsibility will be to participate and manage the conversation and questions to ensure a stimulating and solution-focused conversation between you, the audience, and the panel. The facilitator is expected to schedule a short prep call with the panel to develop 2-3 relevant speaking points in advance of the Summit. To reach the goal of Best Site Practices, the panel will need to develop 2-3 relevant discussion points in advance of the session.
Facilitators will share the goals and set the ground rules at the beginning of the session. You will manage the conversation and questions among the speaker(s) and attendees to keep the conversation focused on ideas and solutions. Promotion of any products or services by panelists or attendees is to be strictly, but kindly cut off and redirected. Help them steer away from complaining and “witching” – keep the session focused on solutions. Please interject and redirect if the conversation becomes negative or unproductive. Allow for as many voices as possible to share and be heard. It is okay & encouraged to interject and realign the conversation to the session topic.
As the panelist, you will provide your unique perspectives on the topic while engaging the audience to identify solutions. To reach the goal of Best Site Practices, panelists will develop 2-3 relevant discussion points in advance of the session. It is imperative that you do not promote any products or services, as promotion is seen by attendees in bad taste and is typically associated with poor session reviews. Any promotion and/or bias will preclude any future panel invitations which will be based on session monitor evaluations and post-summit survey comments.
Social Media Sharing
Start a conversation with your colleagues before the conference by sharing information about your session on social media to get them interested in attending. Follow SCRS social media channels and be sure to tag SCRS in your posts!
Download social asset that you can post to your own profiles.
Why Do I Need to Provide this Information?
Your bio and high-resolution photo are used to help market the session and drive attendance. Coupled with the title and description these are the best tools we have to help drive registrations for your event. We use these to update the faculty page for our summits. If you do not have a high-resolution headshot, a photo taken with your phone will work.
Some rooms do not offer AV for our summits which means presentations are allowed only on an approved basis for plenary sessions and workshops 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 or workshop speaker and have been approved to provide a presentation, please see more information below.
Submitting Powerpoint Presentation Content for Approval
We offer contact hour credits for Summit attendees. All content must go through this 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 prior to the live event.
Please share completed presentations and ANCC Planning Tool to firstname.lastname@example.org
Any presentations need to be submitted at least three weeks in advance of the event.
Pre-Session Prep Calls
The Summit Prep call is designed to help all of our speakers understand how the sessions will run, how to utilize the technology, access their session, and run their session.
For both summits and virtual experiences, the Team Prep call is a strong recommendation from SCRS for your sessions speakers and panelists to convene and discuss how their session will flow. It is up to the speakers themselves to arrange this discussion. We suggest the facilitator schedule this prep call and use it to develop talking points prior to the presentation.
Please contact email@example.com with any questions.