Virtual Pass FAQs
Can I present just in the virtual pass?
No, a virtual presentation is only offered to those who are presenting live and in-person.
Can I still present at the NAPCRG Annual Meeting even if I decline to present in the virtual pass?
Yes, presenting virtual is optional.
If I present in the virtual pass, do I have to pay a fee to participate in the virtual pass and see other presentations?
Presenters participating in the virtual pass only need to pay a fee if they want access to the virtual pass. Registration to the in-person conference is required for all presenters.
Who do I contact if I need help or have questions?
For questions on creating your virtual presentation or uploading your files contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
When will the virtual pass be available?
The virtual pass will be available shortly after the in-person conference concludes.
Can I change my mind later and not participate in the virtual pass? Who do I contact if I don’t want to present after initially saying I would?
Yes, you can change your mind up until the upload deadline of September 26, 2023. If presentation files are not received by September 26, 2023, for the virtual pass, those presentations will be automatically withdrawn from the virtual pass. Please contact email@example.com if you change your mind.
Why aren't all my accepted submissions for the 51st Annual Meeting eligible to be presented in the virtual pass?
The presentation categories invited to participant in the virtual pass are those the conference planning committee felt could best translate to a pre-recorded presentation.
Can I present one of my presentations in the virtual pass but not present my other accepted presentation(s)?
Yes, a separate response to the invitation to present virtually will be needed for each presentation.