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Thank you!

Dear colleagues, speakers and partners,

Every year, we look forward to providing close to 100 presentations including hands-on sessions, updates and state of the art plenaries to over 500 colleagues.

We thank you for your contribution to making the 65th Annual Refresher Course for Family Physicians a true success!

We are already looking forward to hosting you again from November 23-25, 2015.

Ivan Rohan & The Organizing Committee

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ACCESS TO PRESENTATIONS

DownloadDownloading the final versions of the presenters slides in batches will be available after the course. If a file is not there, it is because the presenter did not give permission for us to share the slides.

ACCESS TO PRESENTATIONS: http://www.epaccontrol.com/online/mcgillrefresher


STEPS TO DOWNLOAD IN BATCHES:

  1. access http://www.epaccontrol.com/online/mcgillrefresher
  2. choose your track
  3. click on the first item in the list
  4. click “Download ZIP file”, download and save the batch in your computer

If a presenter adds a newer version or adds a file that is currently not in the batch, he will announce this to the audience. You can also verify the time stamp which is after the file name on individual presentations.


STEPS TO DOWNLOAD INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATIONS:

  1. access http://www.epaccontrol.com/online/mcgillrefresher
  2. choose your track
  3. choose the presentation, download and save the PDF file of that presentation

DISCLAIMER:
While the venue’s bandwidth is sufficient to provide general Internet access to our delegates, the download speed may be negatively impacted when hundreds of delegates download heavy PDF files. We thank you for your understanding and collaboration in downloading the presentations ahead of time.

Please be sure to know how to use your device and software. The Organizers have worked hard to provide all the content to you in a structured way. However, given the large variety of devices, software, and software versions, the Organizers can’t be held responsible to make the provided information work on your personal device.