October 23-26 | Moscone Center | San Francisco, CA

Presenter Faculty Resources

Welcome TCT 2023 Presenters and Faculty!

Congratulations on your selection as a presenter or faculty at TCT 2023. Please review and utilize the following resources to prepare for the meeting.

Roles and Responsibilities

Please review the responsibilities for each role below, and visit our Presenter Instructions section for details about presentation requirements.

  • Set the tone for each session.
  • Provide a brief introduction.
  • Lead the session.
  • Keep the session on time and on schedule.
    • Provide the panel and presenters with verbal cues to wrap up or move the session along.
  • Facilitate active conversation among the discussants based on the lectures.

  • Applies to all presenting roles such as those with "Presenter" /"Lecturer" included.
  • Present within the allotted time per the session program to ensure the program stays on track. It is advisable to minimize the number of slides.
  • Presenters may be scheduled to remain for the session if a discussion occurs immediately following the presentation.

  • Add commentary and actively participate in dynamic conversation on the topic being presented.

  • Participate as a Discussant.
  • Direct inquiries from the online Q&A.
  • View best practices and a sample of the moderator screen.

  • Present within the allotted time per the program to ensure the session stays on track. Please limit your presentation to 10 slides.
  • Presenters may be scheduled to remain for the session if a discussion occurs immediately following the presentation.

Presenter Instructions

To provide the optimal experience for all attendees and successful participation, please make yourself aware of the following presentation instructions.

Required FilesSubmission Deadline
All Presenting Roles
  • PowerPoint (.pptx)
  • Click “View Details” for presentation requirements.

72 hours prior to your session

Upload Your Presentations And Files

Presenters and Lecturers

Early upload (72 hours prior) for many presentations is necessary to screen for technical issues that may create problems during presentations and to allow for CME Review. Failure to comply with the 72-hour deadline will jeopardize the session’s CME accreditation.
1. Enter your email address and password.
- Use the email that received the communication to upload, the same email in the CRF Faculty system.
- First time? Click “Forgot your password?” to create a password to upload your presentation(s).
2. Select your talk and upload the relevant file.
3. After uploading, the file will appear beneath the presentation.
4. Check that the correct file appears in the correct presentation slot.
*Please use the following browsers: Google Chrome, Firefox, or Safari. If you do not have access to one of these browsers, please send Encore your presentation via email or an online storage service such as Dropbox or Box, and they will upload the files for you. You must include talk title, date, time, presenter, etc.

CME Review

CRF’s CME committee will review your presentation for ACCME compliance.
CRF is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. As a result, CRF must ensure that CME activities are developed free from the control of ineligible companies and are balanced, objective, and scientifically rigorous. As such, disclosure forms, learning objectives, audience response questions, presentation reviews, or other measures are requested in advance of the meeting to satisfy our accreditation requirements.
Important: ACCME now requires 24 months of disclosure information.

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