2017 NJSHA Convention
Student Call for Papers
Thursday, April 27 and Friday, April 28
Ocean Place Resort and Spa
Long Branch, New Jersey
Deadline for Student Poster Submissions: March 1, 2017.
Poster Sessions will be scheduled at the NJSHA Convention on Thursday, April 27.
Carefully read all instructions before completing and submitting this form.
(Note: Failure to follow instructions may result in rejection of the proposal.)
Prior to completing this form, please read the form completely to insure all of the information requested is provided including the following:
|Convention Registration Policy|
|Student Poster submission presenters are required to register for the NJSHA Convention. Submission of the following Poster Session Form, is acknowledgement of the required registration policy.|
|Poster Presentation Equipment|
|NJSHA will supply display boards for posting posters. The display boards are 6 ft. wide by 4 ft. high.|
|Handouts - Optional|
NJSHA will place presenter’s handouts on the NJSHA website prior to the Convention. This will permit attendee’s to print those handouts for sessions they plan to attend prior to arriving at the convention. Presenters who do not provide handouts to NJSHA will be responsible for providing handouts to the attendees.
|Description of Submission Fields|
|Program Abstract: The Program Abstract is the copy for printing the abstracts. It should be carefully prepared and proofread. The abstract should not exceed 250 words. Abstracts exceeding the 250 words maximum will be edited.|
|Learning Outcomes:Learning Outcomes are behavioral statements reflecting the knowledge/skills participants are expected to demonstrate following participation in the session. Learning Outcomes are written in the format, “At the culmination of the session the participant will be able to …” (e.g., describe the function of the swallowing station, list three considerations in selecting candidates for cochlear implants.”) Click here for guidelines for Writing Measurable and Observable Learner Outcomes|
|Instructional Levels: All presentations must indicate level of instruction utilizing the following descriptions:|
|Introductory:This level assumes the audience has little or no familiarity with the literature and professional practice with the areas covered.|
|Intermediate:This level assumes the audience has general familiarity with the literature and professional practice with the area covered.|
|Advanced:This level assumes total familiarity with current literature and professional practice in the area.|
|Biographical Sketches of All Presenters: Biographical sketches include the name of the presenters, their affiliations (i.e., practice settings), and a brief description of their qualifications for presenting the proposed session. (Note: Biographical Sketches are not vitae or resumes, but are brief narratives of no more than 50 words.)|
For questions on the submission, completion or content for the Call for Papers, contact the NJSHA Office, email@example.com or 888-906-5742.