Intensive workshop (IWS) presentations are “hands-on” or interactive extended sessions. We are looking for creative and innovative 2+ hour sessions that will provide skills training or may offer an in-depth review on a condition or topic. IWS sessions can be offered as part of the main conference agenda or as a pre-conference or post-conference event. Intensive workshop sessions may require special arrangements to allow for extensive interaction between the audience and the presenter, increased time for the session, special equipment requirements or hands-on opportunities for the participant. Examples of IWS sessions include: Otitis Workshop, Suturing, Minor Office Procedures, Radiology Review and all day Pharmacology Updates.
Deadline: July 21
Intensive Workshop Presentation Guidelines
Intensive workshop session presentation proposals must offer a hands-on or interactive presentation that is longer than a concurrent session. The online IWS abstract submission application will request the following items:
1. Presentation title
2. Proposed length of time needed for IWS
3. IWS Description. Describe in detail the IWS specifics. Exactly what will be included in the course content, any hands-on opportunities, etc.? Why is an IWS the most appropriate approach for this session?
4. Primary Speaker Biography. Max 250 words, highlighting educational background, professional experience, past presentations and published articles, especially those recent and relevant to this topic.
5. Learning Objectives. Please list 3-5 learning objectives. Please use verbs that reflect measurable behavioral objectives, such as Define, Identify, Recognize, Describe.
6. Types of CE. Provide the subtypes of continuing education credits the workshop may offer (if applicable): Pharmacology, Psychopharmacology, Controlled Substance.
7. Audience. Select the appropriate audience(s) from the following: Primary care PNPs, Acute care PNPs, Family NPs, Neonatal NPs.
8. Audience Level. My presentation is most appropriate for the following audience:
- STUDENT – Master or Doctoral level student who has not yet entered the NP workforce
- EARLY CAREER – NP in the first few years of practice; Still learning APRN role and practice; Still developing competence & confidence
- SEASONED – Established APRN practitioner
- ROLE TRANSITIONING – Seasoned NP in their current practice setting but considering a transition to a new area of practice, or entering academia or research for the first time.
9. Audience Size. Please provide the suggested maximum number of registrants for the IWS.
10. Minimum Audience Size. Please provide the minimum number of participants necessary to hold a successful workshop.
11. IWS Equipment. Please include all details about necessary equipment for audience participation, including quantities. Examples: Models, wound supplies, special books, etc.
12. IWS AV Needs. Standard AV equipment includes a computer, LCD, screen and a podium microphone for a PowerPoint presentation. Additional requests are considered on an individual basis. Please note, internet connections are an additional request. If you are planning to show videos via You Tube (or other website), please include ‘internet connection’ under additional requests. Simply writing ‘showing videos’ will only request video/audio capabilities on the laptop provided. Please provide any requested additional AV needs or write “standard AV”.
13. Preceptors. If preceptors will be needed for the IWS, please describe the preceptor role and needs and the preceptor/student ratio:
14. Previously offered IWS. Please share if you have offered this workshop in the past, where and when.
15. Potential IWS Sponsors
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