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2020 Call for Proposals

Deadline: June 5, 2020, midnight ET


Proposal Deadline: Friday, June 5th at midnight ET: There will be NO extensions. Notifications of acceptance: September 2020

Due to the continued uncertainty of the impact of COVID-19, AUCD is evaluating the option of a virtual conference instead of an in-person event, on or very near the same dates in December. There are many factors involved in this decision and we hope to provide an official announcement by the end of May. We strongly encourage you to still submit a proposal, giving consideration as you do so to how the content could be presented virtually, if necessary.  We envision providing both concurrent and poster sessions in either conference scenario and want everyone to have the opportunity to be reviewed and considered. 

This call for proposals includes submissions for concurrent and poster presentations. Read more about the format and requirements for each event here. Remember that all information presented during the AUCD Conference must adhere to AUCD conference presentation accessibility guidelines. By submitting your proposal, you agree to create a session or poster that follows AUCD’s presentation accessibility requirements, if you are accepted to present at the conference.

Upon submission of your application (below) you will receive an automatic receipt to acknowledge that AUCD has received your information. There are two steps to confirm your submission. If you do not receive a receipt, your submission was not received by AUCD. Keep this receipt for your records.

Questions regarding the AUCD 2020 Conference should be directed to Laura Martin at AUCD.

 


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Concurrent: 20 minute presentation: will be combined with others (view definition)
Concurrent: 75 minute panel presentation: all panelists are identified (view definition)
Concurrent: 75 minute interactive presentation (view definition)
Poster Symposia Presentation (view definition)


Contact Information
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Additional Information
*Is one or more of the presenter(s) or contributing author(s) a current trainee?

*Is one or more of the presenter(s) or contributing author(s) a former trainee?

*Does one or more of the presenters identify as having a disability?

*Does this presentation describe original research?

*Does this presentation have an international scope or context?

*Does this presentation represent a collaboration among Centers/organizations/agencies?

Presentation Description
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* Presentation Level
To help attendees better select the sessions suited for them, please classify your proposed session as one of the following (choose only one):
Beginner-to-Intermediate: Provides a broad-based overview of a topic; assumes attendees have minimal knowledge of the subject matter.
Intermediate-to-Advanced: Provides content beyond a beginner level; assumes attendees have an in-depth understanding of the topics addressed.


* Presentation Type
To help attendees better select the sessions suited for them, please classify your proposed session as primarily being focused one of the following (choose only one):
Research: presenting the results of research
Training: presenting about a training program, project or curriculum
Technical Assistance/Outreach/Advocacy: presenting on efforts related to your work in delivering technical assistance, community engagement, or advocacy
Dissemination/Knowledge Translation: presenting on your efforts to get the word out; ensure communities get information; and/or translating research into policy, service, and other important venues


Handouts and Presentation Requirements
Presenters are responsible for their own handouts. All information presented must adhere to AUCD conference accessibility guidelines. By submitting your proposal, you agree to create a session or poster that follows AUCD's presentation accessibility requirements, if you are accepted to present at the conference. Shipping information will be sent to presenters at a date prior to the conference.

AV and Special Requests
  1. Audio Visual Needs: (All concurrent sessions will have the following: theatre style seating (chairs in rows), one head table, an LCD projector and screen, and one podium with microphone. You will be invoiced for all other audio/visual materials requested below:)


  2. : List only those accommodations required by the presenter(s) to participate fully in the presentation. Hotel and transportation accommodations must be arranged separately.