Health Professions Educators Conference
Call for Proposals
CFP Opens: March 6, 2023
Deadline for proposal submissions:
May 8, 2023
Notifications of acceptance sent by:
June 6, 2023
Accepting Proposals for:
- 60-minute concurrent sessions
- Poster presentations.
Live Event: August 8–9 | On Demand August 10–November 8
Course Delivery and Instruction
Sessions in this track explore the different aspects of teaching a course. Topics may include: creating a highly engaging classroom experience; fostering positive and productive learning; classroom teaching strategies; prompting discussion to facilitate learning; or promoting a growth mindset among students.
Technology Tools for Teaching
Sessions in this track focus on the effective use of teaching and communication technologies including the theoretical underpinnings that drive the use of technology for teaching. Examples include: the pedagogical research that supports the tool; the pros and cons of the tool; an introduction to using the tool; or an example of the tool used in an online, hybrid, or traditional class.
Special Topics in Healthcare Education
With the complexity and range of programs within healthcare education, sometimes our work doesn’t fit neatly into a single category. Submissions for this track represent topics not clearly defined in another track, such as work-life balance and wellbeing; patient safety; program development; ethics; and accreditation.
Sessions in this track promote one or all of the dimensions of student engagement: behavioral, emotional, or cognitive, including: instructional strategies promoting engagement; practices supporting engaging classroom climate; promoting broadly engaged participation and discussion; or classroom-based engagement activities
Presentations in this track will focus on exploring ways to support students including: overcoming challenges to retention, efforts to increase student success and well-being, career prep, and high-stakes exam prep.
Assessment and Feedback
Sessions in this track focus on assignments, assessments, and grading practices, or strategies measuring students’ accomplishment of course objectives and learning outcomes, such as: tests; and assignments; grading systems and criteria; self and peer assessment; rubrics; or feedback.
- Session title and abstract
- Content and context
- Three literature references
- Engagement activities
If accepted, presenters must
- Submit an electronic version of their PowerPoint slides
- Agree to having the session recorded for on-demand use (check box for “Yes”).
- Submit a PDF version of their poster and .MP3 audio narration
- Register for the conference (discounted fee for presenters: $250.00)