Call for Presenters
The call for presentations for our 2017 conference is now closed.
Would you like the opportunity to have an exhibit at our 2017 conference? Please see our exhibitor page for more information.
Guidelines for proposals:
- Must be consistent with conference theme and objectives.
- Must describe the content and method of teaching as well as identify three learning objectives for the session.
- Should include information on how outcomes, research, evidence-based practice and/or practice-based evidence inform the presentation.
- Content should address resiliency across diverse populations, equity and culturally responsive practices.
- Recognizing the value of interdisciplinary collaboration, content should be appropriate for and sensitive to a diverse group of stakeholders (e.g., youth and families, school-employed and school-based community health and mental health staff, school teachers, specialized instructional support personnel, paraprofessionals, administrators, policymakers, advocates, child serving agency and organization staff and researchers).
- Should be informed by quality and evidence-based practice and use data to inform decision making. Proposals that include data (e.g., concrete, objective findings from research, program evaluation or quality improvement efforts) are strongly encouraged.
- Should include information as to how the session relates to a multi-tiered system of mental health supports.