Call for Presentations

The National Association for Health Care Recruitment Education Team is charged with the development of a comprehensive plan encompassing all educational offerings. All presentations submitted during the Call for Presentations will be considered for not only the Health Care Recruitment Conference but the monthly webinar schedule for 2019.

The Education Team's objective is to design an educational program for recruitment professionals at the entry, intermediate and advanced levels in their careers. Please focus your presentations on real-life case studies and examples and include helpful resources or tips for attendees.

If you are a NAHCR Vendor member or a vendor representative, the Education Team would like to encourage you to include a user or user perspective in your presentations. Presentations must not be a commercial for your product and must be more educational in nature.

The Education Team and Board of Directors are vigorously soliciting fresh topics and speakers. Please share this link with your colleagues and peers so submissions will cover a broad range of experiences and knowledge. The submission deadline is December 1, 2018.

- Recognition as a presenter at a national conference 
- Contribution to the knowledge base of entry level, intermediate and advanced recruiters 
- Networking with fellow health care recruiters from across the country 

PLEASE NOTE: NAHCR provides a 50% discount on full or pre-conference package registrations for NAHCR Active and Federal members selected to speak. 

Since you will need to complete the survey in one sitting, please collect the following information prior to beginning.
• Speaker Bio
• Title of Proposed Session
• List of Objectives/Behavioral Terms
• Content Outline
• Level of Content
• Session Length
• Abstract of Presentation

The topics on which the committee is focusing include the following. All health care recruitment topics will be considered.  
• Information about the new and changing trends in recruitment
• Training on new sourcing methods (social media, etc.)
• Best practices in recruitment
• Networking opportunities to learn from other recruiters
• Sourcing candidates
• How candidates view the hiring process
• Becoming a strategic business partner in the organization
• How to quantify recruitment results into ROI for the organization - recruitment metrics that matter
• Legal or compliance issues in sourcing and selecting candidates
• How to attract better candidates
• How to screen for soft skills

Question Title

* 1. Are you a current member of NAHCR?