Education Commission -  planning committee is accepting presentation proposals


When submitting a proposal, please consider the following:
Through its educational events, NYSAFP strives to provide high-quality education for the family medicine community. In these efforts, NYSAFP works to reflect and raise up the diverse voices that make up family medicine and the communities in which we serve. The following principles reflect our commitment to these efforts and should be seen as an educational opportunity for all speakers and attendees to work together to make our learning more inclusive and equitable to promote the health of all the communities we serve.
Consider the impact(s) of systems/structures on the health of the public (for example, a patient not taking the correct medicine, could be related to costs, and not patient nonadherence)
Consider all types of relationships as equally valid (avoid heteronormativity)
Use patient/person/community/culture-centered language (for example, state “people who use drugs”, rather than, “drug users”)
Use the experience of racism when describing risk factors for disease instead of using race as a proxy for biology or genetics.

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* 1. Name

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* 2. email

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* 3. Co presenters (if any) and contact information

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* 4. Please provide a short bio (several sentences) to introduce yourself (may be used at the conference).

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* 5. Have you presented in the past? If so, please describe the topic, venue, and audience.

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* 6. Do you currently hold or have you held a teaching position?

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* 7. Time allocation/audience engagement methods. Include a detailed outline of how you will use the time AND how you will engage participants. Time limit for most presentations is 50 minutes, including time for questions. If your proposed session will last longer than 50 minutes, describe why.
Examples of audience engagement methods include mobile polling,  questions for the audience, small group breakout discussions,  think-pair-share discussions, gamification, and case based discussions. There are many more!

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* 8. Are you able to present your lecture virtually?

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* 9. Title of presentation

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* 10. Proposal abstract and / or objectives (these will be sent to attendees)

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* 11. Why is this session important to family physicians? Provide evidence for the need for education on this topic.

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* 12. Recommended practice changes - please list changes to their practice that attendees should make following the session, using the format:
            “Following the session, attendees will. . . “

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* 13. Include references that support the session content

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* 14. Conflict of Interest, if so, please specify

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