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Proposal Submission for National Health Outreach Conference 2018

Presentation Types

Interested individuals and teams may submit a maximum of two proposals among the four types of presentations listed below.

Interactive workshop

Authors submitting in this category will propose a session that shares an innovative initiative, process, or project that has followed a path from research and evidence base to real-world application. Session content should align with the conference theme and goals. Proposals should include how session participants will experience or practice a new skill, strategy, or tool during the session.

Please choose a 30- or 60-minute time frame for the presentation. If reviewers think the presentation should be longer or shorter, they will contact you.

Facilitated Discussion

Proposals in this category will identify topics for group discussion, such as a critical and timely issue, a practice dilemma, or other situations encountered in the field. Session content should align with the conference theme and goals. Proposals should briefly describe how the topic will be shared during the session (e.g., brief case study or story). Proposals also should provide a detailed description of the facilitation method to be used throughout the session. The facilitation method should involve audience engagement and emphasize co-learning and co-creation. Results of the facilitated discussions will be shared with all conference participants, so please build in a note-gathering mechanism for your session. Discussions should last no more than one hour. If reviewers think the discussion should be longer or shorter, they will contact you.

Poster

Proposals in this category should describe an innovative initiative or strategy that aligns with the conference theme and goals. Posters should illustrate current topics of interest and include both data and application. Poster proposals should explain how presenters will creatively and actively market to and engage conference participants with their poster content during the poster session.

Ignite Session

An Ignite session is a presentation of five minutes with a maximum of 15 PowerPoint slides. These sessions aim to share high impact ideas, outreach efforts, successful programs, innovations, and/or creative collaborations in a fast-paced, inspiring format.

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