New Information Circuits are shorter-form presentations, part of a plenary session that features approximately 12 tables hosted by different organizations and projects. Each table presentation will last 25 minutes and participants will rotate three times to different tables during the session. Table hosts will stay at their tables and repeat their presentation with three different rounds of people.

We invite New Information Circuit presentations that share NEW tools, innovations, projects, and topics that contribute to the advancement of global community health and reflect this year's theme, "Partnerships & Innovations for Community Health."
 
New Information Circuit presentations will take place on Wednesday, May 8 and again on Thursday, May 9 from 9:30am-11:00am. 

All New Information Circuit proposals are reviewed and approved by CORE Group staff with the aim of ensuring a wide variety of topics that will collectively enhance the attendee's Global Health Practitioner Conference experience.
 
New Information Circuit proposals are evaluated based on:
  1. The uniqueness of the topic
  2. How it relates to the theme and to other tables in the circuit
  3. How the presentation is engaging and participatory
Additionally, all participants and speakers need to register for the conference and are responsible for their own travel and accommodations.

Please complete the form below to submit your table proposal. Please note that due to an high level of interest to host a New Information Circuit, we may not be able to accommodate every idea.

Deadline extended - All submissions are due by 5:00pm EST Wednesday, February 27, 2019.
Email confirmation for each accepted table will be sent on or before March 22.

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* 1. Please enter your name and information.

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* 2. Please enter the title for your New Info Circuit Table

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* 3. Please include a brief description of your table topic (300 words maximum).

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* 4. Please describe how your topic aligns with the conference theme of "Partnerships & Innovations for Community Health."

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* 5. Please describe how your topic is unique.

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* 6. Please describe how you plan to make the 25 minute presentation engaging and participatory (eg: brief chat, then case study; brief chat, then Q&A; etc).

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* 7. Please list the individual who should be identified as the "Table Host" for your circuit idea.
Please note that Conference participants will rotate three times to different tables during the session. Table hosts will stay at their tables and repeat their presentation with three different rounds of people. This can be more than one person, but please provide a point person here. This can also be your information.

Thank you for you submission. Please note that New Info Circuit ideas will be reviewed and accepted tables will receive confirmation by email by Friday, March 22. We will also provide details about timing of the session at that point.

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