Workshop Proposal Deadline: Friday, November 13, 2015
You are invited to submit one or more workshop proposals for the 43rd National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students, July 28 - 30, 2016 in Kansas City, MO. All proposals must be submitted by Friday, November 13, 2015.
How to Submit a Proposal
1. Log in to the AAFP proposal submission website.
2. Enter Proposal Title to start proposal process. If you need to modify your proposal, you can return to your partially completed or completed submission by logging into the system and clicking "Submit Proposal" and then "Modify Proposal" on the left side of the screen. Once the deadline has passed, no additional modifications will be allowed.
3. Add Presenter Information. There are three ways you can add presenters for this proposal after entering proposal title. More information about these options is provided after you enter the proposal title to start the process.
4. Submit your proposal.
Please note the information below about the role of the primary presenter. The primary presenter:
Please review the following Workshop Criteria to help you prepare your proposal. (You will be able to save and edit your proposal after logging in.)
Write workshop description as it should appear in the conference program book, in third person, present tense (2000 character limit).
3. Learning Objectives
List a maximum of four learning objectives that the participant will learn as a result of your workshop.
Content must work as a 60- or 90-minute session. Please note, there are a limited number of 90-minute workshop slots available.
Select the primary format of your workshop.
6. Learning Tools
What are the learning tools used in your workshop?
7. Room Set-Up Preference
Select the preference of room set-up for your workshop.
Outline planned workshop activity that makes your workshop unique, and why specific room set-up is preferred.
9. Primary Audience
Content must be specific to residents and/or medical students and the specialty of family medicine. Please keep in mind the following information when selecting Primary Audience:
10. Primary/Secondary Focus Area
Content must address one or more of the following content focus areas:
View topics suggested by National Conference attendees within each focus area.
11. Audio Visual/Room Needs
All rooms are set with data projector, screen and microphone. Additional reasonable Audio Visual and room requests will be considered but cannot be guaranteed.
12. Request for Honorarium
If honorarium is requested, the rates are as follows:
13. Chat and Chew Table Facilitator
Indicate whether you would be interested in serving as a volunteer Chat and Chew table facilitator at National Conference (small group discussion on Thursday, July 28). The topic would be based on your proposal. Facilitators will be selected at a later date, independent of the workshop proposal selection process, based on space and topic needs.
As a reminder, workshops may not be used as a forum for advertising specific programs, products or services.
The National Conference Planning Committee will evaluate the following for each workshop proposal:
Workshop proposals will be evaluated in January 2016. You will be notified of the status of your proposal(s) in early February 2016.
For questions about National Conference or the workshop proposal process, please contact Amy Mulligan Kennedy via email or at 800-274-2237 x6735.
Are you ready to start the proposal process? Or maybe you need to modify your submission? All you need is your ecode to get started. If you don't have an account or if you forgot your ecode, we can help.
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