Continuing Education Chairs/Presenters

Preparing the CE Course

CE courses offer a structured approach for gaining an understanding of a developing or established field. Because these are courses—and not other forms of Scientific Sessions—they are intended to present techniques, ideas, and concepts that are more established than those suitable for other sessions.

To create an influential course for attendees, presenters in a CE course can expect to be on an accelerated timeline regarding presentation preparation and coordination with others in the course. In addition to preparation through the last half of 2020, presenters must submit their final presentations by January 4, 2021.

CE Course Liaisons

A member of the CE Committee is selected as the liaison for each course. The course liaison is the immediate link between the course Chairs and SOT. While the course Chair organizes/finalizes instructors and the course content, the review and revision of the course materials are a coordinated activity shared by the course Chair and the liaison. The liaison assists in the communication between SOT and the Chair to ensure logistical support for the course before and during the presentation at the Annual Meeting. Course Chairs and CE course liaisons work closely together to present the best course possible at the Annual Meeting and to provide course materials to participants before the course.

Detailed instructions, timelines, and more information on finalizing CE courses will be added to this page as they become available. Contact Kevin Merritt with any questions.