27th Annual Forensic Rights and Treatment Conference in December 2019 CALL FOR PAPERS!
August 05, 2019
December 04, 2019: alll day - all day
December 05, 2019: all day - all day
LETTER ATTACHMENT SAME AS BELOW
July 11, 2019
Dear Potential Forensic Conference Presenter:
We invite you to submit a workshop proposal for the 2019 Forensic Rights and Treatment Conference. The dates for the conference are December 4-5, 2019. We will be offering a 3-hour pre-conference session on December 3, 2019
This is the 27th Annual Conference and this year’s conference will be at the Holiday Inn, Grantville, PA. We will also hold the awards ceremony at the luncheon on December 4, 2019. This year we would like to include legislative offerings with the intent to develop a legislative track.
E-mail submissions are appreciated. We are seeking a wide variety of proposals on:
- first-person perspectives
- adolescent issues
- re-entry initiatives
- problem-solving courts
- co-occurring MH & SUDs
- sex offenders
- restorative justice
- rights to treatment
Please keep in mind that continuing education accreditation requires that your material must be evidence-based and timely.
The primary presenter will receive registration for the conference. All other presenters must register and pay the conference fee of $100 if they wish to attend.
You can submit proposals for a 1 ½ or 3-hour session. Please complete all sections of the Call for Presentations application.
If you have any content or logistical questions, please feel free to contact either William Holt by phone at 215 591-0421 or by e-mail email@example.com or
Donna McNelis by phone at 215-831-6923 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
[Donna McNelis Signature] [Bill Holt Signature]
Donna N. McNelis, Ph.D. William Holt, MSS
Conference Co-Chair Conference Co-Chair
ATTACHMENT IS SAME AS BELOW
Call for Presentations
PA Forensic Rights and Treatment Conference
December 4-5, 2019 (Preconference December 3, 2019)
Holiday Inn/Grantville, PA
Application Due: August 5, 2019, *if your proposal is accepted, you will be notified by August 26, 2019
Please provide the following information in an e-mail submission as an MSWord Document or on a separate piece of paper formatted as follows:
Ia. Please provide the title of your workshop
Ib. Do you prefer a: 1 ½ hour Presentation OR 3 hour Presentation?
Provide the name, degree, position, agency, address, phone, and fax number and e-mail address of each presenter (be sure to list the presenter to which all correspondence should be addressed)
III Describe your proposal in 50-75 words. This description will be used in the conference brochure and will determine your audience. It should be clear, concise and specific. Be sure to address all of the educational objectives requested below.
IV List below three to five educational objectives for your presentation, using the guidelines on the other side of this page.
V Please check your audio visual needs and room set-up needs.
Flipchart and Stand Internet feed
Table for panel LCD & Laptop
Other (please explain)______________________________
VI The average attendance at a workshop is 40 persons. Can you accommodate more?
Yes No If yes, what is your maximum? ___________
VII Please list nominations for the PA Forensic Rights and Treatment Conference Award. This award is intended for individuals who work on a grassroots level and make a difference for persons with mental illness in forensic settings.
SEND APPLICATION TO: Donna McNelis, PhD
PO Box 45357, Philadelphia PA 19124
FAX 215 831-4773
BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE EDUCATION
Drexel University College of Medicine
GUIDELINES FOR DEVELOPING EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
AT LEAST THREE educational objectives are requested for all presentations. Not only are they required by our accrediting agency, but they also help us maintain a high quality educational program.
Educational objectives are statements which communicate instructional content. They are used to emphasize the most important student outcomes of the instructional material. At our conferences, educational objectives also help the learner choose appropriate educational offerings to meet his/her individual learning needs.
They should describe the intended behavior to be attained by the conclusion of the program. In general, they should state:
1. What the learner should be able to do at the completion of the presentation.
2. Under what conditions (if any) you want the learner to be able to do it.
3. How well it must be done (if applicable).
They should be specific, clear, capable of being measured, concise and realistic for the learning time and level.
EXAMPLES: At the completion of this program the participants will be able to:
1. List the advantages, problems and safety factors related to MAOI drugs
2. Review various treatments of agitation in the elderly with dementia,
including treatment limitations and expected side effects.
3. Summarize new information on the psychopharmacological treatment of depression.
When formulating educational objectives, do not use verbs that are open to multiple interpretations such as learn, know, tell, understand, enjoy, appreciate, believe and perceive. The following list of verbs will help you write observable, active, measurable behaviors when formulating educational objectives.