On behalf of AIHA, we thank you for participating in Fall Conference 2016! Please take note of the following important information and directions to more in-depth guidelines, tips, and resources.
Dates to Remember:
- September 23, 2016 – PDC/Workshop handouts due to AIHA for reproduction/electronic distribution.
- September 30, 2016 – Late submittals and those
planning to reproduce and distribute their own handouts must submit a
final copy to AIHA for approval.
- October 7, 2016 – E-handout download instructions e-mailed.
Conference Registration and Hotel Reservations
All presenters should register for Fall Conference and reserve hotel accommodations online.
PDC instructors should not register for the PDC(s) they are teaching. Those instructors who wish to attend the conference on Monday and Tuesday are required to pay the applicable registration fee or the one-day fee.
If you are a PDC or Quick Talks presenter, please contact Erin Breece, Program Manager Global Education, for your registration code.
Guidelines & Helpful Hints for Successful Presentations
View the right column of this page for a list of guidelines, prepared for our presenters to help provide tips and suggestions to make the most of your presentation. Included are:
Recommendations for Virtual Fall Conference Presenters
If your session was selected to be a part of Virtual Fall Conference, it will be live streamed to participants across the country. Virtual participants will have many of the same benefits as those attending in person, but if you want to make sure they have the best experience possible, check out the prepared Tips for Engaging the Virtual Audience.
AIHA recommends PowerPoint (PPT) for all presentations; please use the provided conference template. Adobe Acrobat (PDF) and HTML files may also be used.
With the exception of PDC presenters,
speakers are required to use the computers provided onsite by AIHA.
These are Windows-based PCs equipped with Microsoft PowerPoint (Office
2010) and the latest versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader, Windows Media
Player, and Quick Time for Windows. Other presentation programs will not