Thank you for agreeing to participate in the CANOSC webinar series. 

We would like to set up a rehearsal of the webinar at a time that is convenient to you. Forward dates and times that work; preferably at least a day prior to the event.

All speakers are required to complete a declaration of conflict of interest, provide objectives and a brief description of the talk.  Complete this form asap to ensure we can adequately promote the event and that it meets accreditation standards.

You are welcome to use this ppt template to assist with the branding.

The webinar will be delivered using Zoom video technology.  You will be registered as a panelist by CANOSC and should receive an email confirmation from Zoom.  Zoom allows panelists to use polling, single choice or multiple choice, questions during a presentation. We are able to launch the poll in real time and show results from the participants. We have the ability to download a report of polling after the meeting.

On the day of the Zoom meeting, please sign in about 15 minutes early to ensure all the technology pieces are working correctly.

The preference is to participate in full video mode – so that participants will be able to see you throughout the event.  When you join the webinar, please update your screen to your name so participants will be able to identify you.  We will be recording the presentation for our website educational repository.

Through Zoom webinar you will also be connected by audio.  You can test your sound quality using Zoom. 

As attendees, the audience will not have video or audio functions.  Any questions can be submitted using the ‘chat’ or Q&A function within Zoom.

This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and approved by the Canadian Association of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. You may claim a maximum of 1.0 hour (credits are automatically calculated).

With events unfolding daily around the world, here in Canada, in our institutions, within our communities and at our homes I hope each of you and your families continue to be healthy and safe.  Thanks again for agreeing to be a part of this webinar, for supporting CANOSC and sharing your expertise with the PMR global community.