Educators: Faculty (Speaker), Moderator and Facilitator

This includes medical students, residents, fellows, non-physicians, and patients as speakers

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Presenters are crucial to making an impact on the educational experience. Each intervention is designed to close an underlying professional practice gap. The Center for Continuing Professional Development (The Center for CPD/CCPD) partners with our planners to identify faculty/speakers who are subject-matter experts and represent diverse perspectives. We are committed to ensuring your success as a faculty speaker, facilitator, or moderator and the success of the course.

Preserving the integrity of our educational space, we rely on the partnership of our educators to comply with the following:

Comply with the ACCME, University, and AMA standards
Abide by copyright laws and protect patient confidentiality
Create and deliver content that aligns with the planned educational format and desired outcomes
Address cultural and linguistic competencies and implicit biases as requested
Submit requested material in a timely manner
Foster a positive relationship with planners, CCPD staff, and other stakeholders
Not accepted monetary or in-kind support from ineligible companies in association with their participation in the course

Faculty Requirements

See all requirements for Faculty disclosure and validation.

Becoming a Presenter

Please see the expectations for presenting an experiential education.

Educator Resources

Review Educator resources and see the related frequently asked questions (FAQ).