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UMR-ACUHO Program Proposal Form

Complete the form below to submit a new Conference Program Proposal. Once all the required fields have been completed, click the Submit Conference Program Proposal button.

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    Primary Presenter/Contact Person:

    Presenters are expected to register for one or more conference days if their program is accepted.

    To provide an ease of clear communication, the Program Committee will be in communication with the primary presenter regarding status of program proposal and program details if the proposal has been selected for the conference. Considering that, it is an expectation that the primary presenter communicates with those included on the proposal.

    If one or more presenters work outside of the housing profession and do not wish to register for the conference because they will not be attending conference activities, please list the presenter’s name in the box below. Someone from the Program Committee may contact you to discuss a conference registration waiver.

     


    Primary Presenter:


    Additional Presenter #1


    Additional Presenter #2


    Additional Presenter #3


    Additional Presenter #4


    In an effort to accommodate presenter interest in the UMR-ACUHO affinity groups, please indicate below which, if any, affinity group(s) presenters for this program may be interested in attending. The Program Committee will accommodate requests to the best of our ability; all interest indicated may not be able to be met. This information is not used in the program selection process.


    Presentation Details:

    Program Room Requests:

    Information provided from this point on will be used by the Program Committee to evaluate your proposal for inclusion in the annual conference program. Examples of proposals can be found on the UMR-ACUHO website.

    The following is criteria that will be used to evaluate each program proposal:

    • Content: The program proposal illustrates thoughtfulness, quality, and clarity.
    • Learning Outcomes: The program proposal includes well developed learning objectives and illustrates how the learning objectives will be met throughout the presentation.
    • Relevancy: The program proposal demonstrates a clear connection to one or more professional competencies/critical issues. In cases where none are specified, the program proposal content still is relevant and beneficial for UMR-ACUHO members and Annual Conference attendees.
    • Organization: The program proposal demonstrates a well-planned presentation that would be engaging for attendees