Cervical Spine Research Society presents

CSRS

Frequently Asked Questions

Registration

Q: Can I transfer my registration to another person?
A: No, meeting registration are non-transferrable.

Speaker & Schedule Questions

Q. Who is speaking at the Annual Meeting?
A. Please review our program webpage or preliminary speaker list.

Meeting Access

Q. How do I gain access to the virtual-live sessions?
A. An email with access instructions to the virtual meeting will be sent to all registered attendees a week before the meeting.

Q. How do I gain access to the on-demand sessions?
A. An email with access instructions to the Virtual Meeting platform will be sent to all registered attendees a week before the meeting. On-Demand sessions will be made available on the platform in the On-Demand section from November 21, 2022-January 31, 2023.

CME

Q: How do I claim CME?
A: Attendees may claim CME after viewing sessions in the CME section of the Annual Meeting Platform. A general meeting survey will be required to claim CME.

Q. How do I claim CME for a previous meeting?
A: Please see more information on CME claiming here.

COVID-19 Risk Acknowledgement:

By registering for any CSRS meetings/courses, you are acknowledging that any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to COVID-19. You further acknowledge that you will undertake all measures to protect your own health and well-being and those of others in attendance at the 50th CSRS Annual Meeting and 27th Instructional Course, such measures include (a) maintaining social distance; (b) washing/sanitizing hands frequently; and (c) adhering to Centers for Disease Control guidelines, and laws, ordinances and mandates in the locale of the conference. By attending the 50th CSRS Annual Meeting and/or 27th Instructional Course, you and any guests voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and agree not to hold the Cervical Spine Research Society; Marriott International; or any of their affiliates, directors, officers, employees, agents, contractors, or volunteers liable for any illness or injury.