The Call for Programs is now closed.
Programs are now being accepted for consideration for inclusion in the WTC 2014 program on July 26 – 31, 2014 in San Francisco, California.
The International Advisory Committee will review and consider all proposals to ensure a comprehensive and innovative program of high quality continuing education for transplant professionals. In developing your proposal, keep in mind that effective medical education curriculum should:
- Provide multiple opportunities for interactivity – the learner as “participant” rather than “observer”
- Be based on learning needs
- Be designed to facilitate change in physician practice
- Include opportunities for self-assessment
- Have program content that is timely and relevant to clinical practice, with an emphasis on new developments in the field or current knowledge
- Align with WTC’s overall learning objectives
If your proposal is accepted, the International Advisory Committee reserves the right to modify the context, speaker recommendations and/or recommend revisions. Because your suggestions may not be accepted, no speakers or moderators should be contacted. All correspondence will come directly from the WTC Office.
Programs will be accepted in the following format:
- Session Name
- Three Presentation titles, each with one speaker, description of content and learning objectives
- Two Moderators
- Session Objectives