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International Conference on Practice Facilitation


Call for Papers
Abstract submission for ICPF 2018 is now open! The deadline to submit abstracts is July 20. We invite you to submit your proposals in two broad categories: Oral/poster presentations (15 minutes) or Skill Labs/Workshops (60 minutes). Other formats and durations may be available upon request; please contact Jill Haught (jhaught@napcrg.org) to discuss the details. 

Excluding the title and authors, all submissions are limited to a maximum character count of 5,000 including spaces (approximately 500 words).  


Submissions Types, Categories & Content 

There are six presentation topic areas: 

  1. Developing Best Practices and Resources for Practice Facilitation
  2. Practice Facilitator Training and Ongoing Development
  3. Practice Facilitator Skill Building
  4. Sustaining and Managing Practice Facilitation Programs
  5. Advancing the Science of Practice Facilitation
  6. Leveraging Technology in Practice Facilitation  

 


How to Submit

All submissions must be submitted through the appropriate form based on the submission category, by the posted deadline.  


If you would like to partially complete the submission and return to the form at a later date to complete the submission, click the Save and Resume Later button at the bottom of the submission form. You will then be prompted to enter your email address and will be emailed a link to retrieve your form when you would like to continue working on the submission. Please note you will only be able to retrieve your submission for 30 days, after 30 days all data entered will be lost if the form has not been completed and submitted.  




Important Dates

Submission Deadline: July 20, 2018


Submission Questions 

E-mail: jhaught@napcrg.org 


Funding for this conference was made possible [in part] by 1R13HS025315‐02 from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.