Call for Presentation Proposals
Submission Deadline: June 12, 2023
We look forward to your submissions! Presentations that allow students to take the lead, and those that demonstrate collaboration between institutions and professions are highly valued. We are looking for submissions that are engaging and encourage audience participation. We hope for both “bread-and butter” submissions that build the foundation for high-quality teaching, as well as innovative and creative submissions. We also are looking forward to submissions that are geared toward coordinators and other vital team members.
- Submissions must meet all the requirements of the proposed category. Review the submission categories at the right. Incomplete submissions will not be reviewed.
- Do not submit the same proposal in more than one category.
- Acknowledgment of receipt of submissions will be emailed automatically after you complete your submission.
- ALL PRESENTERS MUST PAY THE REGISTRATION FEE. In addition, no honoraria or travel expense reimbursement will be provided for any presenter submitting through the call for presentations.
- Presenters may not use any conference presentation to market products or services; partnerships are available for that purpose.
- Every presenter, lead and secondary, will be required to complete a faculty disclosure form indicating any financial arrangement or affiliation with any organizations that may have a direct interest in the subject matter of the continuing medical education presentation.
Submissions are encouraged in these topic areas:
- Increasing URM educators and students in family medicine
- Reducing bias in assessment and evaluation
- Competency-based medical education
- Health equity and social determinants of health education
- Incorporating anti-racism curricular changes
- Improving well-being at the personal and systems level
- Recruiting and retaining community preceptors
- Advocacy skills for faculty and learners
- Teaching strategies that incorporate virtual components
- Assessing professionalism for students
- Novel strategies/recruitment programs to engage students in Family Medicine
- Innovations in medical education
- Preparing students for the match
- Family medicine coordinator best practices and innovations
- Use of artificial intelligence in medical education
- Making the business case for FM within your institution
- Future of family medicine: eg, scope of practice, advocating for the specialty
- Exploration of career opportunities within family medicine: eg, direct primary care, academic, private practice
- Faculty development topics:g., curriculum development, giving feedback, teaching in the clinical setting, leadership development, conflict management, project management, educational scholarship/research, mentoring, promotion, struggling learners and remediation
- Teaching clinical topics: eg, impact of climate change, trauma-informed care, behavioral health, addiction/MAT, gender affirming care, reproductive health, lifestyle medicine, POCUS, chronic disease management, disease prevention, population health, quality improvement
Your submission will be reviewed using these criteria:
- Topic is relevant to medical student education
- Clear objectives—problem statement is clear
- Originality and innovation—practical application
- Amount of content is appropriate for time allowed
- Content of proposed presentation (teaching methods clear, likely to meet objectives, adequate breadth of coverage)
- Proposal is clearly written and well-organized
- Audience involvement
- Duration of experience/evaluation of effectiveness
If you have additional questions about the submission process, contact STFM at email@example.com or 800.274.7928.