So the conference is over, and you half remember something one of the presenters said which might help in your research or aid with a patient. In most conferences, you would be out of luck. But in this case, sessions were recorded and it is possible to review videos. In fact, once you’re logged in, you can go right to the Program tab in the nav menu to view recordings. To see new content since the conference, be certain to hard reload the page as described here or you may not see the video links.
Recordings come in several forms. First are videos which were pre-recorded by authors because they felt more comfortable doing so (vs presenting live via Zoom) or else were trying to get ahead of technical issues. These videos, when they have been done, appear along side the title of the talk:
Note that NOT ALL talks were pre-recorded so this approach to viewing will only get you so far.
This type of pre-recorded video is also available for posters via the following links:
But some of you are probably here for full session videos which include the Q&A sessions after the presentations. All podium sessions involving submitted abstracts are now available as videos (Podium Sessions 1-9). These can be found by going to the session header:
The remaining videos for Keynotes and Tutorials will be available on or about June 18th. If you try to see them right now, you’ll see something like this:
In these cases, the video icon will show up on June 18th where it currently says “video to be posted…”.
This year, videos are hosted on Vimeo rather than Google Drive, since many institutions apparently block the latter.
Good luck in your viewing, and let me know if you encounter any problems!
All the best,