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Program Content Parameters
Sponsored symposia must present medical and scientific information pertaining to diseases of the skin, emerging therapies, surgical techniques and/or cosmetic treatments. It is intended that they emphasize basic principles and new information about skin.
A preliminary program and general information must be submitted to Global Academy for Continuing Education for the symposium. It should include the following: Company Name and Contact Person, Individual identified as Scientific Program Chair for event, and permission to contact that person.
Global Academy for Continuing Education is not involved in the content or development of this promotional independent symposium. The sponsor is responsible for any faculty costs and arrangements relating to the promotional symposium, including travel and honorarium for the symposium.
These symposia are independently organized and are an official part of the conference. CME/CE is not provided for the symposium. A specific disclaimer is provided and must be displayed on all materials.
If Global Academy for Continuing Education decides that substantial duplication or overlap of program materials exists among 2 or more proposed Sponsored Symposia, priority will be based on the date of approval by Global Academy for Continuing Education.
Changes in Program
After approval of the final program, changes in subject matter, speakers, or presentations may not be made without the written approval of Global Academy for Continuing Education.
Meeting registrants will be invited to attend all Sponsored Symposia free of additional charge.
Distribution of Material
The distribution of samples, gifts, book, or any other kind of credit vouchers for the purchase of products and/or services to encourage attendance is prohibited. The only materials approved for distribution at the Sponsored Symposia are reprints of previously approved material.
Failure to follow policies
Sponsors who fail to adhere to the policies set forth will be subject to cancellation of their Symposia.