Call for Proposals

The official Call for Proposals for the 2019 AUPHA Annual Meeting is now open until 11:00 p.m. Pacific Time on Monday, December 10, 2018. You can find detailed information on what is needed to submit a poster and/or session proposal in the AUPHA Call for Proposals Information Sheet.  Within this document you will find the  types of posters and sessions available, the information that is required for each type, and how to successfully submit a proposal. 

This year's theme is Resiliency and Relevance in a Time of Change, which lends itself to a broad range of topics that relate to what and how we teach to ensure that our graduates possess the knowledge and behaviors to be resilient in their careers, and maintain relevancy in the healthcare industry. The Annual Meeting Planning Committee has developed a list of special interest below to highlight some of the relevant topics within each area.

 

Resiliency

Tools/Service

Practitioner tools and ideas designed to engage and enhance practitioners and patient community action (e.g. Items that support all components of the field like the ACA, Hospitals, Public Health Systems, etc.)

Tools/Education

Pedagogy tools and ideas (methods, techniques, and technologies) designed to engage and enhance student/teacher resilience (e.g. experiential learning) in and outside the classroom

Profession

Succession planning, leadership development, and preventing professional burnout

Students

The importance of students mastering competencies to remain effective (e.g., communication, emotional intelligence, ethical behaviors, knowledge of professional ethical codes, and professionalism), and managing mental health in academia (e.g., self-care, mental health, life skills, coping mechanisms, and stress/time management)

 

Relevance

Intergenerational/ Multigenerational Leadership

Collaborating with, and understanding different generations to work together

Professional Development/ Mentoring

What knowledge and skills do mentors need to be effective? How to best identify, locate, and establish mentoring/peer mentoring efforts

Interprofessionalism /Interprofessional Education

Working together with other disciplines in the healthcare fields, and integrating health administration’s value to areas such as clinical teams

Connecting with the community and field

Integrating the community into the classroom and practicum (e.g., internships and site placements) both in person and online. Connecting with professional associations and advisory councils, both locally and nationally

Accreditation and Certification

Let us help each other to understand and survive the process. Determining what core competencies and other necessities belong within the Body of Knowledge

 

Once you have read through the AUPHA Call for Proposals Information Sheet and are ready to submit a proposal, you may do so by going to the online submission form using the link below.


SUBMIT A PROPOSAL FOR THE 2019 AUPHA ANNUAL MEETING