The National Association of Physician Recruiters (NAPR) Education Committee is responsible for developing a comprehensive program for physician recruiters, whether they work directly for health care organizations or staffing agencies or recruit providers for temporary or permanent positions. All submissions received in response to this Call for Presentations will be considered for not only keynote, general and concurrent sessions at the NAPR annual virtual convention (February 17-19, 2021) but also monthly webinars. Presentations can be designed for all levels of experience—from entry level to intermediate to advanced—but attendees should leave sessions with knowledge and practical tools that can be applied immediately in their roles as physician recruiters, regardless of their experience level. Sales pitches for products or services are not a fit and will not be considered. SUBMISSION DEADLINE: December 14, 2020.

The committee is searching for presentations highlighting the following topics:

  • Insights on running a small physician recruitment firm
  • Trends and ideas for recruiting non-physician providers
  • Creative ways to attract and place physician residents
  • Physician recruitment splits strategies that work
  • Latest strategies in sourcing physicians
*The committee is also open to your suggestions on topics for which you can provide meaningful content that is not listed in the above.

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
  • Abstract of Presentation
  • Desired Session Length

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* 1. Please provide the name, company/organization, email address and phone number of the primary contact.

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* 2. I understand that, as the primary contact, I assume sole responsibility of providing all information to the session speaker.

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* 3. Primary Presenter

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* 4. Briefly describe the primary presenter's professional experience or areas of expertise, educational background, credentials, current and relevant job position and professional memberships. Please also note any awards, publication or honors received.

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* 5. Type of session in which you would prefer to present (NAPR will review the content of each submission to determine the final session type for each proposal):

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* 6. Title of Proposed Session

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* 7. Provide a detailed description of your presentation in paragraph form. What would entice potential participants to attend the conference and your session? Other tips:
  • Identify key takeaways for attendees
  • State objectives in operational/behavioral terms
  • Share metrics of success

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* 8. How much of your session will utilize interactive learning tools, such as examples, exercises, recommended resources, graphs, charts, etc.?

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* 9. If you have spoken previously and it has been recorded, please provide the URL here.

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* 10. Will your session include any co-presenters or panelists?

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* 11. Co-Presenter #1

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* 12. Co-Presenter #2

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