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Call for Presentation Proposals for the 2023 GLATA Annual Meeting and Symposium

Call for Presentation Proposals for the 2023 GLATA Annual Meeting and Symposium  

March 8-11, 2023

Wheeling, IL

The Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Association Education Committee is inviting proposals for professional presentations at the 56th GLATA Annual Meeting and Symposium in Wheeling, IL, March 8-11, 2023. Athletic Trainers and affiliated professionals are encouraged to submit proposals for feature presentations, learning labs, and mini-courses. Further descriptions and proposal guidelines are posted on the GLATA website under the Annual Meeting tab.

Presentation topics should address athletic training domain(s) of practice beyond entry-level knowledge or address a topic that would make a valuable contribution to the understanding of the practice or pedagogy of athletic training. Proposal submissions must avoid any affiliation with a commercial product or service.

Individuals interested in presenting must complete the online application indicating the presentation type, learning objectives, practice gap addressed, clinical bottom line, references, as well as a structured abstract (250 word limit; see website for format). All proposals must be submitted electronically through the speaker portal available on the GLATA website [www.glata.org]. Each submission will undergo review by the GLATA Education Committee.

After review by the GLATA Education Committee, speakers will be contacted if they were chosen to be part of the GLATA programming.  Speakers who are selected to present at GLATA will receive the following: complimentary registration, one night stay at the host hotel, transportation reimbursement, and a modest financial honorarium. 

We are pleased to offer an additional honorarium of $25 for those who have not previously presented at the GLATA Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium.

Submissions must be received by June 1, 2022, for consideration.

 

 

Length

# of Speakers

Format

Feature Presentation

1 hr

1-2 Speakers

Lecture only

Learning Lab

 

2 hrs total

1-2 Speakers + lab assistants

Lecture and lab combination

Mini-Courses

2-6 hrs pre/post conference (attendees register for additional

CEUs)

1-2 Speakers + lab assistants

Lecture and lab combination

 

Proposal topics must fall within one of the five domains of practice for athletic training.  

  1. Injury and Illness Prevention and Wellness Promotion
  2. Examination, Assessment and Diagnosis
  3. Immediate and Emergency Care
  4. Therapeutic Intervention
  5. Healthcare Administration and Professional Responsibility

Proposal submissions must avoid any affiliation with a commercial product or service.

Please review the following examples to help you to prepare your speaker application.

Click here to submit your presentation

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