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Saturday, November 21, 2020
Meeting Format
  • Live virtual conference platform

  • Due to the projected number of delegates, all participant microphones and webcams will be disabled during the plenary sessions (unless presenting)

  • Delegates will be able to send questions at any time to the faculty via a Q&A window​

  • Delegates will also be able to communicate with all participants via a Chat window​

Connecting to the Meeting
  • After registering, registrants will receive:

    • An instant confirmation email

    • Within 48 hours of registering, an email calendar invitation with a link to the meeting

    • 24 hours and 1 hour before RCCC 2020, reminder emails with a link to the meeting

  • To join the meeting on November 21, registrants will click on the link and follow the onscreen prompts

  • To best experience the virtual meeting, it is recommended that participants join the event using a computer or tablet, as opposed to a smartphone

  • Should technical support be required for logging into the meeting or at any time during RCCC 2020, participants can contact the RCCC senior technical host, Domenico Bugge, at support@snellmedical.com

Case Presentations
  • All participants are required to submit a medical or surgical case study to be considered for inclusion in the program

  • If the number of submitted cases exceeds the allotted meeting time, a limited number of cases will be selected by the Co-chairs for presentation

  • Each case will comprise a 5-minute presentation followed by a 5-minute discussion with faculty and participants

  • Case topic should be provided when registering: i.e., AMD, Retinal Detachment, etc.

  • In the event that the case topic is not known when registering, this information must be provided by November 6 to Edna Dynka of SNELL Medical at edynka@snellmedical.com

  • A SNELL associate will follow up with all registrants regarding their case and, as necessary, technical requirements for presenting

  • In order to prevent unnecessary technical issues during RCCC 2020, all final case slides must be provided to Edna Dynka by November 18 at 5:00 PM EST

  • Content for all presentations will be uploaded to the videoconference platform in advance of the meeting: Presenting a case by "sharing your screen" is strongly discouraged

Sponsor Presentations
  • Qualifying sponsors will deliver 5-minute presentations during the RCCC program

  • Sponsor presentations will be interspersed throughout the meeting, introduced by a co-chair, and clearly delineated as not part of the scientific program

  • Please support our sponsors by viewing the presentations, as their ongoing sponsorship makes RCCC possible

Sponsor Breakout Rooms
  • All sponsors will have a private Sponsor Breakout Room that delegates may visit during the lunch break

  • The Sponsor Breakout Room is a separate virtual meeting room where sponsor representatives (or appointed hosts) can appear on webcam and share their screen to present slides or simply chat with delegates who choose to visit the room during the lunch break

  • For the entire plenary session, delegates will have their mics and video cams disabled, however, for the Sponsor Breakout Rooms, if preferred, these can be activated to simulate a more in-person experience with all attendees visible and able to speak amongst themselves and the sponsor representatives, presenter, etc.

  • During the morning session, delegates will be prompted by the Co-chairs to visit the Sponsor Breakout Rooms at lunch

  • Delegates will be able to select a Sponsor Breakout Room to visit by clicking tabs branded with sponsor logos

  • Delegates are not limited to visiting one Sponsor Breakout Room and can move between the individual Sponsor Breakout Rooms by clicking on the tabs

  • After the lunch break, all delegates will be redirected back to the Plenary Session Room, and their webcams and mics will be disengaged

  • Please support our sponsors by visiting the Sponsor Breakout Rooms, as their ongoing sponsorship makes RCCC possible