2nd call for lightning/STAT and tech panel presentations

29 Apr 2014 11:41 AM | Anonymous
(Thanks to Jean Shipman for permission to post this information.)

Event: Five-chapter “Quint Essential” meeting, Denver, CO, October 12-16, 2014

Date:     Tech panel: Thursday, Oct. 16

Deadline: Proposals for tech panels, lightning / STAT panel presentations must be submitted no later than June 2, 2014.

Theme: Convergence and Collaboration.

Plenary speakers will present on health disparities, native health, and big data.

Projects, services, innovations, lessons learned, and success stories which illustrate how we are celebrating opportunity during continual change are all possible lightning / STAT / tech panel presentations. 

Proposals will be reviewed by the Papers and Posters Subcommittee of the Program Committee.  Subcommittee members will not be given author information. 

Lightning / STAT! Talks

Each presentation will have five minutes.  This format gives members the opportunity to contribute content to the conference in a less formal manner than a traditional contributed paper. For example, you could share your experiences with a project, a service, or a product.

To propose a lightning/STAT talk, please submit:

  •      topic and a short 100 words or less description
  •      your name, address, email and work phone number on a separate page

Trends in Technology

A program slot for a panel about trends in technology has been allocated 90 minutes.  We would like to see demonstrations of new technology that panel presenters are just starting to use or that will become more widespread in the next few years.

To propose being part of the panel, please submit:

  •      Tell us, in 500 words or less, about the technology topic you would like to speak on. Provide description of how this technology has impacted your work or will impact the work of medical librarians. Feel free to provide examples and links.
  •      We expect a live demonstration of a product or trend. You may not use PowerPoint. Will your topic fit into this show and tell type format?  Yes / No
  •      Will your topic fit into the allotted time? Each speaker has 15-20 minutes to present.  Yes / No
  •      Presenter name(s), title, address(es), email(s), and work phone number(s) on a separate page.

Method of submission:  Follow instructions for proposing a lightning / STAT talk, or panel presentation and send your submission as a Word document in Arial, 12-point font  via email attachment to kmurray10@uaa.alaska.edu

These must be received no later than June 2, 2014 to be considered. Acceptance / rejections will be confirmed in early July.

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