Thank you for submitting an abstract for the 2022 Many Faces of Community Health Conference!

Please note that you must complete the form in one session. You will not be able to save your progress, close the form, and finish later. The abstract submission deadline is May 20th, 2022 (by 11:59 pm). No late or incomplete submissions will be accepted.

The Many Faces audience is made up of experienced professionals in the fields of community health, clinical care, public health, and health policy. Please ensure that your abstract and presentation dive deep into innovations, practical solutions, evidence-based practices, quantifiable results, and key findings. 
 
 
Please keep the following items in mind:
  • This is not the place for a “community health 101” presentation.
  • Each session is limited to 60 minutes, including time for Q & A.
  • Sessions should be minimally interactive given they will be presented virtually.
  • We are not looking merely for formal research-based projects and encourage presentations that include qualitative data.
  • We welcome submissions that focus on public health initiatives and/or grant-funded work as well.
  • Selection notifications will be emailed by the end of June.
  • The conference is scheduled for August 18-19, 2022. Please keep both dates available until your session time has been confirmed.

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* Speaker #1

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* Experience and Education (150 word limit)

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* Speaker #2 (If applicable)

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* Experience and Education (150 word limit)

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* Presentation Title
The title should clearly describe what your abstract is about, but also be interesting enough to encourage the target audience to want to learn more. Your title will help conference attendees decide if they want to attend your talk.

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* Describe Population (i.e., characteristics of patients or individuals served/studied)

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* Statement of Need (300 word limit)
Describe how your topic contributes to one or more of the conference objectives. Supporting data and cited resources are appreciated. 

Conference Objectives:
  1. Describe the impact of policy changes on safety net providers and underserved populations in Minnesota, and their effect on access, quality, and reimbursement.
  2. Identify strategies and resources to help adapt to the challenges of operating within our changing environment.
  3. Recognize the role safety net providers and community organizations play in promoting health equity, preventing and managing chronic disease, and ensuring access to the underserved.
  4. Showcase a variety of interventions to improve health and reduce disparities.

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* Describe your goals and objectives, the methods you used, and what was done.

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* Describe the quantitative and/or qualitative data you collected and what the results, findings, and/or lessons learned were.

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* 3 Learning Objectives (use action verbs such as Bloom’s Taxonomy)
*Objectives need to be actionable steps that the audience can take as a result of attendance.

Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:

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* Have you presented to a professional audience before?

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* Are you okay presenting to a virtual audience?

If you have questions or are having issues submitting your abstract, please contact manyfaces@mnachc.org.

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* Please note any scheduling conflicts you have on Thursday, August 18th and/or Friday, 19th, 2022.

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