Welcome FNCE Speakers, Moderators, Program Planners and Poster Presenters!
In order to make FNCE 2013 our most dynamic and successful meeting to date, we ask that you visit this site frequently to gather the tools and information necessary to result in a successful FNCE. Please explore the following eight categories to become familiar with the session process as well as your responsibilities related to your educational session or abstract presentation.
Should you have any additional questions after reviewing these categories, please refer to the footer in each section for specific Academy staff contact information.
Information speaker agreement benefits, including FNCE registration, travel, housing and subsistence. More Information »
Utilize the checklist provided in this section to ensure preparedness for your session. More Information »
Instructions for both speakers and moderators can submit their slides for presentation at FNCE. More Information »
All speakers MUST submit a handout by August 8. Suggestions and guidelines are included here. More Information »
View format examples provided as a general guideline in planning your session. More Information »
Pre-FNCE preparation, on-site responsibilities and a sample script is provided for moderator preparation. More Information »
This poster and abstract presenter guide was designed to ensure quality poster presentations at FNCE. More Information »
Present at FNCE 2013
Everything you wanted to know about the 2013 FNCE Call for Educational Sessions and 2013 Call for Abstracts. More Information »