Are you a skilled, dynamic speaker, who's an industry expert? Apply to be a speaker at the 2020 DPC Summit.
DEADLINE EXTENDED — Proposals will be accepted through January 19, 2020.
The DPC Summit planning committee is looking for dynamic presentations for the 2020 DPC Summit, hosted by AAFP, ACOFP and FMEC, which will be held July 17-19, 2020 at the Sheraton Crown Center in Kansas City, MO.
We invite skilled speakers, passionate enthusiasts, and industry experts to submit presentation proposals for consideration. With over 300 attendees, we want you to be a part of the conference that helps shape and grow the direct primary care (DPC) movement.
The overarching goal and objectives of the 2020 DPC Summit is to support attendees in learning how to:
Proposals will be accepted through January 19. Submit your application electronically(aafp.secure-platform.com).
All proposals must be submitted by January 19 (11:59 p.m. Pacific time) for consideration. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or requests for further information. Please review the information below before beginning your online application.
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The planning committee has expressed particular interest in presentations related to the topics listed below. Presentations on other topics will also be considered.
DPC Summit presentations may be in one of the following session formats:
Presenters in a traditional class session focus on a single topic and allow time at the end of the session for questions and answers. Sessions are typically 55 minutes long. The presenter should allow adequate time for questions and answers during this time.
Multiple speakers form a panel for a collaborative presentation on a particular topic or to answer questions from attendees. Sessions are typically 55 minutes long. The presenters should allow adequate time for questions and answers during this time.
To deliver in-depth, relevant, and informative content to our attendees, we are looking for proposals to conduct an interactive workshop at the 2020 DPC Summit. For 2020, we are focusing on workshops that would be part of the 1) Starting the Practice, 2) Growing the Practice, and 3) Lifestyle Medicine tracks.
We are looking for leaders to come together to craft a two- to four-hour workshop that will actively engage participants, explore in-depth focused education tailored for DPC practices, and send attendees away with a detailed action plan based on proven techniques. Workshops should include no more than four presenters. Proposals are encouraged to include a variety of educational formats to engage attendees. Below are some ideas of the content that the workshop should be focused on we invite you to submit your proposal and ideas:
Proposals will be accepted through January 19.
Applications are required to include the following information:
1. Session Title
2. Submission Category (see above)
3. Session Type (see above)
4. Presentation Abstract
5. Learning Objectives
6. Learning Gaps
7. Presenter Information
8. Confirmation of completion of the AAFP Conflict of Interest Disclosure for each speaker.
Please note: Incomplete submissions will not be included in the review.
If your proposal is accepted, you will receive an email with instructions on or around February 7, 2020. You will be given a window of time to review the speaker requirements and timeline, and to accept the invitation to participate as a speaker.
Proposals not accepted will be notified by February 15.
All speakers selected to present at DPC Summit will receive the following:
The DPC Summit does not provide speakers an honorarium or cover additional travel expenses you may incur.
The DPC Summit Planning Committee, made up of your peers, selects presentations to create a well-rounded and relevant event that addresses the specific needs of those interested in or currently practicing in a direct primary care model.
The Planning Committee:
Your submission will be reviewed using these criteria:
Duration of experience/evaluation of effectiveness
Rating: Poor (1pt), Fair (2pts), Good (3pts), Very Good (4pts), Excellent (5pts)
*Timeline is subject to change.
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