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Date: April 28-29, 2022

Opportunity to Share your Work

Please note: The submission deadline has passed for this year's conference. Thank you!

We’d love to hear your perspectives! Please consider sharing your work in a 10-15 minute “lightning round” talk. There are two ways to do this: 1. Share your clinical/educational dilemmas and how you’ve been working to improve them 2. Share your clinically relevant research, all studies at all stages are welcome with preference for studies using implementation science methodology.

These aren’t your average talks. Unlike most conferences, where presenters are expected to adhere to an academic style and traditional abstract format, we’re throwing tradition and expectations out the window.

  • Do you have a success story in your hospital, clinic, or school setting?
  • Examples of interprofessional practice in action (i.e., collaborative team teaching in a classroom, OT/PT/SLP team services, etc.).
  • We’re excited to accept things that are only in the planning stage. Why? Because we want clinicians/educators and researchers to have a place to share ideas with each other, that will require the partnership to really move forward successfully. Also, the planning stage is where all of us need to be communicating the most!
  • Alternatively, do you have a completed project and want to share your successes or important information? We want that too, so we can learn from what you’ve built.

    Submissions should be a minimum of 50 words and a maximum of 250 words, describing the overarching question or clinical problem, approach, and results (even if preliminary). We are looking for multiple perspectives from novice to expert experience with implementation. Accepted talks should be 10-15 mins in length.

    Submission Deadline: March 15th
    Notifications of acceptance will be sent on April 1st

Proposal Submission

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