Call for submissions form

Things to remember:

• Submissions are due to frayme.info@theroyal.ca by midnight Eastern Time on December 18, 2020.

• Submissions will be reviewed by a team including Frayme secretariat members, Frayme Youth Partners, Frayme Family Partners, service providers and other industry experts

• Selections will be based on the following criteria:

   -Relevance to the event objectives, content streams and Frayme’s mandate
   -Clarity and coherence of the submission
   -Utility to potential participants
   -Consideration to meaningful youth and family engagement
   -(for workshops) Presence of interactive components
   -Consideration to equity, accessibility, inclusivity and diversity of the project/work  

• Every presenter will be required to register for the event, but Frayme is pleased to offer a discounted rate of for presenters (more information to come).  

• Presenters will be asked to submit an electronic version of their workshop slides (if applicable) prior to the event.

• For any questions regarding the submission process, please contact us at Frayme.info@theroyal.ca
Let’s start with telling us about you and your team:

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* 1. Primary contact (this is the person who will receive all communications from us):

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* 2. If your submission is accepted, who will be sharing this work at the Learning Institute with you? Please list their name, title and organizational affiliation (if applicable)

Now tell us about the work you want to share. If your submission is accepted, you’ll have an opportunity to update this info.

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* 3. How do you want to share your work? (select one)

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* 4. What is the title of your submission? This should be short and sweet, but still give us an idea of the topic you’re exploring.

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* 5. Give us the ‘elevator pitch’ about your submission. In 150 words or less, provide a quick summary and describe why we should get super excited about the work you’ll be sharing. Why does it matter?

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* 6. Meaningful youth and family engagement is a core value to Frayme and its partners. How have youth and families been involved in your work (e.g. co-developing, implementing and evaluating)? If they haven’t yet, how do you plan to engage them in your work in the future?

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* 7. In 50 words or less, please list up to three learning objectives or things you want participants to get out of your session/poster. What would mean success for you? What will event participants have, gain, do or learn to bring back to their home organization? (e.g. new skill, resource, contacts, idea to discuss with organizational leaders, etc.)

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* 8. Is this work evidence-informed or evidence-generating? If evidence-informed, please share a brief summary of that evidence (e.g. any publications or resources that would support the information you would like to share). If evidence-generating, please tell us how it will address a knowledge gap in the system (e.g. how will you evaluate your work and contribute to the evidence?).

Now tell us about how we can help set you up for success. This section is not required for posters so if that's you, skip the next questions and head straight for submit.

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* 9. How will you ensure your session is practical, interactive and engaging? What strategies will you use to ensure the virtual session is interactive? Note: Help is available! Please let us know if you’d like assistance ensuring your presentation is dynamic. We encourage you to think outside the box. This is not your typical conference, traditional lecture-style sessions are discouraged.

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* 10. As this is a virtual conference, will you require any items to help you present? (microphone, webcam, etc?). Frayme may be able to help with technical support on a case-by-case basis.

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* 11. In order to meet the objectives of your presentation:

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