Individual registration grants individual access only to the person registered. That means only one person will be able to view the webinar and receive credit for attendance. If you plan to have more than one individual attend, please register each person separately, or register together at the group rate. Member status is not transferable for the purposes of individual registration.
Group registration is for two or more individuals. It is the responsibility of the person whose name is used to register the group to distribute the login information to colleagues and to share the link to the webinar evaluation and the webinar recording with the other members of the group. Only one member of the group needs to be a PRIM&R member in order to receive the member group rate. Group registration includes a discussion guide containing thought-provoking questions and facilitation tips that may help in using the webinar as an educational tool for IRBs or IACUCs. Institutions are also welcome to explore other ways to apply their new knowledge at their institutions.
Your login and access information were included in the confirmation email you received upon registering. This information will be sent again to all registrants again the day before and the day of the webinar. To ensure you receive these emails, please add email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to your safe senders list. If you cannot locate these emails, please contact us directly at 617.423.4112.
Yes! If you can't tune in the day of the webinar, please register anyway; you will receive a link to the webinar recording in your inbox one week after the webinar airs. To ensure you receive the recording, please add email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to your safe senders list.
The link to the recorded webinar will be emailed to all registrants within a week of the webinar broadcast. For individual registrations, the link may be used by the webinar registrant only. For group registrants, the link may be shared with colleagues at your institution. It is the responsibility of the registrant to share the link with colleagues. To ensure you receive the recording, please add email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to your safe senders list.
For anyone unable to attend the live presentation, the webinar recording will be available for purchase in PRIM&R's online store within a week of the webinar broadcast. Groups who wish to purchase a recorded webinar should use the order form. After one year, the webinar will be available for free for individual PRIM&R members to watch in the Program Archives section of the Knowledge Center.
A Certificate of Attendance is available at the conclusion of the webinar, after completion of the online evaluation. The evaluation is also emailed to all registrants after the webinar ends. If you attended as part of a group, the person who registered your group will be provided the evaluation survey and they should distribute it to colleagues who attended.
Certificates of Attendance may be used for obtaining continuing education (CE) credits (not Continuing Medical Education credits) from professional associations. Note that guidelines concerning CE credits may differ, and you should consult the appropriate professional association representative for further guidance.
You may download your Certificate of Attendance directly from the webinar recording. After streaming the program from our website, you may download the Certificate of Attendance when you reach the end of the webinar.
Webinars that are eligible for CIP or CPIA recertification credit will have the CIP or CPIA logo displayed on the webinar registration page and on the list of recorded webinars. Webinar attendees holding either credential who wish to apply credits from a webinar toward recertification may submit their Certificate of Attendance as documentation of participation. Additional information about recertification may be found here.
Payment in full is required prior to the start of the program.
Once you register for the webinar, you are responsible for all fees (regardless of whether you attend) unless you cancel according to the following policy:
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We encourage you to submit a proposal to PRIM&R's annual Call for Webinar Proposals, which opens on May 1. You may also email email@example.com at any time to make a topic suggestion.
PRIM&R offers a number of complimentary webinars each year. Please check our webinar homepage often to learn about new offerings as they arise.
If you're a PRIM&R member and enjoy writing, consider applying for the PRIM&R Blog Squad. If selected, you will receive a complimentary individual registration to the webinar.
Companies and organizations interested in supporting a PRIM&R webinars are encouraged to download the prospectus. Inquiries and completed forms may be emailed to PRIM&R's online learning coordinator, Nora Murphy, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All PRIM&R webinars are recorded and available for on-demand viewing. View a list of recorded webinars.
PRIM&R members have access to webinars that are over one year old in the Knowledge Center. Visit the PRIM&R Program Archives.