Call for Presentations for Pre-Conferences
2015 NAHC Annual Meeting & Exposition, October 28-30, 2015
The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) today announced its Call for Presentations for prospective faculty to submit pre-conference presentation proposals for the 2015 Annual Meeting & Exposition in Nashville, Tennessee. NAHC encourages all members, including associate members and vendors, to participate as faculty in the 2015 Annual Meeting Pre-Conferences. The deadline for submitting proposals is May 18.
NAHC has posted 90 educational offerings for the 2015 NAHC Annual Meeting, which will take place October 29-30 at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. Individuals who attend the 2015 Annual Meeting will have the opportunity to earn up to 20 Continuing Education credits in-person through the general session and pre-conference opportunities, as well as many additional credits through programs that will be made available online.
NAHC is now in the process of soliciting prospective faculty to submit proposals for pre-conference presentations for the Annual Meeting. NAHC asks those submitting proposals to provide the following:
Topic Description. NAHC is open to any and all topics on home care and hospice management, leadership and care delivery.
Program Title. Prospective faculty should suggest a descriptive but concise title for the presentation (note: title subject to change by NAHC). The title should describe what participants will learn from the presentation. The program description should reflect the prospective faculty’s objectives. NAHC will also use the description in the program advance materials and final meeting program for attendees. An ideal program description enables participants to select the sessions that will best meet their professional needs and goals.
Program Audience. Prospective faculty should also identify the most likely audience for their the proposed presentation from the following provider types: Home Health Agencies, Hospices, Private Duty Agencies, Nurses, Therapists, Physicians, Nursing Home Administrators, Assisted Living Administrators.
Program Abstract.The abstract is used for accreditation and review. It provides an opportunity to expound on the description and how the program benefits attendees. The format should be plain text with paragraph breaks only.
Program Objectives. Each program should have a minimum of three objectives. These objectives will be used for faculty program evaluations. Objectives should be listed in operational/behavioral, action-oriented, terms such as: demonstration, discuss, identify, describe, and explain (as opposed to passive terms such as “learn” and “understand”).
Content Outline. For each objective, prospective faculty should list the topic area and provide a brief outline of the content associated with that objective.
Instructional Methods. For each objective, prospective faculty should describe the proposed teaching method or methods, including: lecture, PowerPoint, case studies, discussions, etc.
Time Frame. Prospective faculty should provide the time frame expected for each program. Programs can be 4 or 6 hours in length.
Faculty. For each objective you must indicate the faculty persons who will be presenting the information.
Please click here to submit a proposal.
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