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Information about Annual Meeting Sessions Roles

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Sessions Roles

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Individual Participation Limits

Presentation Policy (One-Plus-One Rule) 

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 In conclusion, an individual may be one of the two options:

  1. A presenter/installation participant one time; a discussant one time; and an organizer or chair an unlimited number of times; OR
  2. A discussant twice; and an organizer or chair an unlimited number of times.

Participation Roles Table

Participant Role
Major* 
Secondary**  Minor*** 
 Organizer      X
 Chair      X
 Presenter
  • Individually Volunteered Paper
  • Individual Gallery (Poster)
  • Oral Presentation Session
  • Retrospective Oral Presentation Session
  • Roundtable
  • Retrospective Roundtable
  • Group Flash Presentation
  • Group Gallery Session
   

 Discussant

   
 Installation Participant   N/A N/A
 Workshop Presenter  N/A N/A N/A
 Mentoring Event Participant  N/A N/A N/A
 Co-author N/A N/A N/A

*N/A = Role does not count toward participation limits or role policy. 

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Role Definitions 

Session Organizer***

Logistically responsible for submitting pre-formed panels in the online submission portal

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Chair***

Supervise actual sessions

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Presenter*

Discussant**

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Co-author***

A co-author is any individual who helped you work on the abstract or someone that you would like to recognize in creation of your submission. A co-author is an "in name only" role in which they are not presenting in any capacity in that specific session. Because it is a non-presenting role, they are not held to the same registration or membership requirements as presenters or session participants (organizers, chairs, discussants, etc.). Co-authors are listed in the final program with the corresponding abstract, but they are not identified as presenters or listed in the indices of the final printed program.Any session type that allows for individual abstracts (oral presentation, individually volunteered paper, group gallery session, individual gallery session, or group flash presentations) may include co-authors.

Co-authors:

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