Information for Presenters

Thank you for presenting at Family Medicine Grand Rounds. These presentations are an opportunity to highlight the breadth and depth of activities in our department.

Time and Place
Family Medicine Grand Rounds is held regularly on the first Wednesday of each month at 12:30-1:30 PM. Currently all presentations held are in the Roosevelt Commons Building, fourth floor conference room 416, at 4311 – 11th Avenue NE,
Seattle, Wa. 98105. In the future we may be rotating presentation sites. We are also working on technology to webcast presentations in real time to multiple locations. We usually have an audience in the conference room of 20 to 50 people. A light lunch is served.

AV Equipment
We routinely provide a laptop Mac computer, projector, screen and slide controller/laser pointer. If you need other equipment, please let us know in advance.

CME
This Live series activity, UW Family Medicine Grand Rounds, from January 1 to December 31, 2012 has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 12 Prescribed credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Learning Objectives
In an opening slide, you should briefly list a few (3-5) learning objectives for your presentation. These are usually best stated in behavioral terms, for example:
By the end of the activity, the participant will be able to:
1. Discuss….
2. Describe….
3. Identify…
4. Apply….

Disclosures Form – Please sign and return.
Please fill out this form and return it by email to Katie Clements at kclements@fammed.washington.edu
The form covers two essential disclosure statements:
Disclosure Forms

Disclosure of conflict of Interest.
Complete the attached form on disclosure of potential conflicts of interest with any drug or product mentioned in your presentation. We need one of these statements from each person who presents or is listed as an author on the title of the presentation. See the full text of AAFP policy.

Disclosure of Off-Label Drug Use.
Each presentation needs one statement about any discussion of off-label or investigational uses of drugs, devices and/or products mentioned in the presentation. (This doesn’t apply if you do not discuss any products; in that case, “just say no.”) See the full text of AAFP policy.

Boilerplate PPT Slides
Please download this PPT file and add the slides into your presentation. Change the format however you like.
CME
Learning Objectives
Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest
Disclosure of Off-Label Drug Use
Family Medicine Grand Rounds Information
Boilerplates PPT Slides

Archiving.
We are also archiving all Family Medicine Grand Rounds presentations. For now, that means posting a copy of your PowerPoint slide set on our grand Rounds website. In the future, it may mean posting videos of the entire presentations. Please send us a copy of your PowerPoint slide set. We will be sure it includes the required CME notice and disclosures. We recommend you add a footer noting a copyright in your name (©2012 Name). We will post the slide set online as a locked Adobe PDF document, so that people can view it online but they will not be able to download, change or use your slides. We understand that your slides are not your presentation, but some viewers will find them helpful.

Essentials for presenters:
1. Confirm the title and date of your presentation.
2. Complete and return the Disclosures form by email.
3. Add the boilerplate slides into your PowerPoint slide set.
4. Add copyright note in a footer on all your slides.
5. Send us a copy of your completed PowerPoint slide set.

Thank you very much. We look forward to your presentation. Please let us know if we can help you in any way to put together the best possible presentation.

Interim Clinical Faculty Coordinator:
Katie Clements
206-543-3101
kclements@fammed.washington.edu

Faculty Coordinator:
William R. Phillips, MD, MPH

phone: (206) 543-9425

wphllps@u.washington.edu

Family Medicine Grand Rounds website:
http://depts.washington.edu/fammed/grand-rounds