We want to hear your voice at the Kansas Prevention Conference!
Kansas Prevention Conference 2019
Call for Presentations
400 W. Waterman St. Wichita, KS 67202
October 1-3, 2019
Method of Communication
Notification will be sent out electronically from KPCTeam@wichita.edu to the main contact on the application.
Benefits of Presenting
- Share expertise, research or program information with colleagues
- Play an important role in an exciting Kansas statewide conference
- Expand your professional portfolio
- Listing on the conference electronic marketing/program materials
- Registration fee is waived for selected presenters
- Meals, participant items, Continuing Education Hours and/or any other item available to participants
*Note: Travel and lodging is not included. Tip: block your lodging as soon as possible if you plan on attending to ensure you have a room at the host hotel.
Presenter Responsibility and Guidelines
- Presenters are responsible for travel and lodging accommodations, and other associated costs for this conference. These fees and costs will not be reimbursed by the Conference Committee.
- Presenters should bring all presentation files with them to the conference on a portable drive.
- Presenters, when possible, are encouraged to use the logos and marketing logos available on the conference website in their presentations to brand the presentation.
- Presentations that appear to be promotional in nature may not be considered.
- Presenters are encouraged to interact and participate on conference social media accounts.
- Limit panels of speakers to no more than 4 people (including a facilitator).
- Participants may present in multiple workshops.
Workshop Topics and Conference Purpose and Theme
Workshop proposals should fit into one of topics below. Proposals should address the conference theme, Community Focused – Future Minded and Purpose: The Kansas Prevention Conference provides educational opportunities to increase awareness of emerging trends, build skills and knowledge to prevent problem gambling, suicide, alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse, and advocate for best practices.
The committee invites proposals that:
- Reflect emerging techniques and cutting-edge content related to substance use or suicide prevention
- Provide useful content for the public and prevention professionals
- Stimulate and provoke discussion and audience engagement
- Deliver model practices using approaches for different types of learners
- Present evidence-based strategies
- Use multimedia approaches to enhance attendee learning
Highlighted Topics include:
- Evidence-based strategies and emerging practices
- Coalition-building strategies such as engaging sectors, civic leadership, or data collection
- Emerging drug and behavioral health trends
- Suicide Prevention
- Alcohol, Tobacco, or Marijuana Abuse Prevention
- Prescription Drugs, Stimulants, Methamphetamine, or Synthetic Drug Misuse Prevention
- Substance Abuse and Suicide Prevention in Higher Education and on College Campuses
- Youth Leadership and Development
- Communities Focused, Future Minded Collaboration with Related Fields, such as Business/Industry, Education, Local/State/Federal Government, and Community Partners
Note: Presenters may submit proposals on other topics; however, they must relate to substance use prevention.
Each proposal is scored on seven (7) criteria for a maximum of 100 points. The Review Committee will score applications on the following seven (7) criteria, allocating the points listed below for a maximum total of 100 points. Workshop presentation proposals must address all of the criteria listed below:
- Relates to the Conference Theme (10 points)
- Clear Learning Objectives (10 points)
- Substance Use or Suicide Prevention Best Practice Information (20 points)
- Cultural Relevance and Competence (15 points)
- Application for Policy, Practice and Advocacy (20 points)
- Resources for Proposed Audience (20 points)
- Answered All Questions Completely (5 points)