Hosting an independent symposium session amongst meeting attendees and SNO members, is a great way to reach experts from all disciplines of neuro-oncology and represents a unique opportunity for industry to bring scientific information to these healthcare professionals.Typically in the past, ISS sessions have been hosted during this SNO’s Annual Meeting. This year we will have hosted ISS sessions after live material at the Virtual Annual Meeting and within the months after the Virtual Annual Meeting.
Eligibility and Symposium Criteria
The organization must:
Fulfill funding obligations in advance of the meeting (see Financial Considerations)
Hold SNO harmless from any and all claims that may result from the meeting
The Symposium must:
Provide high-quality scientific information for healthcare providers
Offer balanced and objective information
Provide non-duplicative information from the Annual Meeting scientific abstracts presentations
Applications for ISS must be completed and submitted to SNO. Applications are reviewed by the administrative office and/or the meeting chairs who will approve the program to be held in conjunction with the SNO Annual Meeting.
Applications will be considered on a case-bycase basis as they are received. Applicants are therefore encouraged to submit their ISS application as soon as possible to ensure their slot at the meeting. Applications received after all of the available time slots have been filled will be placed on a waiting list.
Applications must be final upon submission. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Applications should be forwarded to Megan Bell-Johnston at email@example.com.