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2021 Call for Proposals

Deadline: June 11, 2021, 11:59pm ET

Proposal Deadline: June 11th. There will be NO extensions.
Notifications of acceptance: Late August

This call for proposals includes submissions for concurrent and poster presentations. Presentation formats will be virtual and most likely similar to the pre-recorded presentation format from last year. More information about presentation format options and the virtual platform experience will come out this summer.

NEW: There are no longer three concurrent session types to choose from when submitting. The only concurent session type this year is a full 75-minute session. The style of the session can be a panel or discussion, but it must be submitted as a full concurrent. (The 20-minute paper concurrent session type that was combined with other paper concurrents has been eliminated.)

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 2021 Conference should be directed to [email protected].


Step 1: Complete Event Registration
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Presentation Format

Concurrent: 75 minute presentation (view definition)
Poster (view definition)

Contact Information
  1. : (All presenters are required to register for the Conference and are responsible for all associated costs.)

    Presentation Leader/Facilitator


    Note: for internationals, leave blank

    (US/Canada, in the form 999-999-9999)
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
NOTE: text will be printed in the conference program and online exactly as it is entered into the form. Please proofread accordingly.
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  5. *Topic Area - Please choose one:

* 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

Presentation Requirements
More specific presentation guidelines will be shared this summer. 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.

  1. : List only those accommodations required by the presenter(s) to participate fully in the presentation. Please indicate any accommodations you would require for a virtual presentation.