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Submit your Educational Abstract Proposal now for ELC 2017

Mar 15, 2017

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Through the Looking Glass: Transforming Physical Therapy Education

CALL FOR EDUCATIONAL ABSTRACT PROPOSALS

 

The Education Section and the American Council of Academic Physical Therapy (ACAPT) hereby issue a call for educational session, platform and poster presentation proposals for the Educational Leadership Conference (ELC) 2017.  Abstracts will be accepted until midnight, Eastern Standard Time, April 10, 2017. 

 

ELC 2017 invites academic administrators, faculty, and clinicians to engage with one another in the Through the Looking Glass: Transforming Physical Therapy Education.  The conference begins with the 4th Annual Dr. Geneva R. Johnson Forum on Innovation where participants are encouraged to reconsider the future of physical therapy education through a lens of excellence.  We seek proposals that support excellence in one of five thematic areas:

  • Humanities: Bringing art and evidence into PT education
  • Walking the Talk: Leadership and advocacy
  • Using evidence and benchmarks in curricula planning
  • Strengthening clinical reasoning and interprofessional skills during internships
  • Admissions perspectives and challenges: Where are we now?

 

Platform Presentations:  Platforms are approximately 15 minutes in length with the opportunity for 10 minute question and answer discussions.

 

Poster Presentations: Multiple poster presentations are provided throughout the conference.  Each poster shall be presented by one (1) of the author/s during the scheduled poster session time frame.

 

Educational Sessions:  Sessions are approximately 1.5 hours in length with opportunity for Q & A. 

 

The ELC Abstract Review Committee strives to select a balanced representation of abstracts to meet educational leadership programming needs for the intended audiences of academic and clinical faculty in physical therapist and physical therapist assistant education.  We invite submissions focusing on one of the 5 themes that meets the needs of one or more of these audiences, for both clinic and classroom educational environments. All presentations must be submitted through ScholarOne at https://apta-elc2017.abstractcentral.com/.

 

Please delete any identifying information in the body of your submission to assure a masked review.  There is a 3,000 character limit for the body of each platform/poster abstract and a 9,000 character limit for the body of each educational session submitted.  Author information and references are not counted in the character limit.  There is a $30 charge per submission.  (payable by check – mail to: Education Section, 1055 N. Fairfax St., Suite 205, Alexandria, VA  22314).

 

Authors are invited to submit more than one (1) proposal, although only one (1) educational session from the primary author will be accepted for presentation.  

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Submit your Educational Abstract Proposal now for ELC 2017

Mar 15, 2017

ELC2017_logo

 

Through the Looking Glass: Transforming Physical Therapy Education

CALL FOR EDUCATIONAL ABSTRACT PROPOSALS

 

The Education Section and the American Council of Academic Physical Therapy (ACAPT) hereby issue a call for educational session, platform and poster presentation proposals for the Educational Leadership Conference (ELC) 2017.  Abstracts will be accepted until midnight, Eastern Standard Time, April 10, 2017. 

 

ELC 2017 invites academic administrators, faculty, and clinicians to engage with one another in the Through the Looking Glass: Transforming Physical Therapy Education.  The conference begins with the 4th Annual Dr. Geneva R. Johnson Forum on Innovation where participants are encouraged to reconsider the future of physical therapy education through a lens of excellence.  We seek proposals that support excellence in one of five thematic areas:

  • Humanities: Bringing art and evidence into PT education
  • Walking the Talk: Leadership and advocacy
  • Using evidence and benchmarks in curricula planning
  • Strengthening clinical reasoning and interprofessional skills during internships
  • Admissions perspectives and challenges: Where are we now?

 

Platform Presentations:  Platforms are approximately 15 minutes in length with the opportunity for 10 minute question and answer discussions.

 

Poster Presentations: Multiple poster presentations are provided throughout the conference.  Each poster shall be presented by one (1) of the author/s during the scheduled poster session time frame.

 

Educational Sessions:  Sessions are approximately 1.5 hours in length with opportunity for Q & A. 

 

The ELC Abstract Review Committee strives to select a balanced representation of abstracts to meet educational leadership programming needs for the intended audiences of academic and clinical faculty in physical therapist and physical therapist assistant education.  We invite submissions focusing on one of the 5 themes that meets the needs of one or more of these audiences, for both clinic and classroom educational environments. All presentations must be submitted through ScholarOne at https://apta-elc2017.abstractcentral.com/.

 

Please delete any identifying information in the body of your submission to assure a masked review.  There is a 3,000 character limit for the body of each platform/poster abstract and a 9,000 character limit for the body of each educational session submitted.  Author information and references are not counted in the character limit.  There is a $30 charge per submission.  (payable by check – mail to: Education Section, 1055 N. Fairfax St., Suite 205, Alexandria, VA  22314).

 

Authors are invited to submit more than one (1) proposal, although only one (1) educational session from the primary author will be accepted for presentation.  

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