Proposals must include the following information:
- Title, descriptor (two to three sentences), three learning objectives (what will attendees learn upon leaving the session)
- Track (what larger topic does the session fall under)
- Target Audience (who is the session for)
Track: Content is organized by thematic tracks. Select up to three track(s) that best aligns with the session’s focus. If a track is not listed, use the “Other” field. A list of tracks is available at the end of this document; tracks are subject to change.
Target Audience: Select the intended audiences for the session from a list of professional roles. Where proposals reflect crossover content as described above, be sure to include all audiences that could benefit from hearing the session. A list of target audiences is available at the end of this document.
Speakers: In recommending speakers, please note:
- Proposals must include speakers from more than one institution.
- Proposals may include three to four speakers, depending on format. PRIM&R reserves the right to ask fewer speakers to participate if more conducive to the format.
- PRIM&R is interested in including speakers who may not have presented at our meetings before, especially early career/emerging professionals and individuals from smaller or minority-serving institutions.
- PRIM&R is committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice. Speaker recommendations should reflect this commitment, with an eye toward diversity in race, gender, sex, religion, age, career level, disability status, institution type, geography, and professional role.
- If you have an idea for a session, but don't have speaker recommendations, the Conference Planning Committees can suggest speakers if they accept the idea.