We will open the call for presentations in spring of 2023! Keep us in mind throughout the year as you work to improve the lives of the people you serve. We would love to hear about it!
Abstract Review Process
All abstracts are reviewed by the Many Faces Conference Content Advisory Group (CCAG-volunteers representing conference attendees) and scored based on the following criteria:
- Relates to conference goals and theme
- Addresses health equity and/or underserved populations
- Is supported by quantitative and qualitative evaluation data
- Has tangible results and clear implications for primary care
- Has practical application and provides actionable steps for attendees
- Is innovative or addresses an emerging concern
- Involves a safety net provider such as a Community Health Center
- Is sustainable and replicable
If your abstract is accepted, we will confirm your availability and ask you to sign a contractual agreement, disclosures and various forms as needed for offering continuing education credits.
Expectations of Presenters
- All presenters will be required to sign a contractual agreement and submit a conflict of interest form and other documents by the deadline given.
- Submit presentation slides and handouts to conference staff by the deadline given. Slides and handouts will be posted online for attendees to download or view. Many Faces cannot reproduce handouts for distribution.
- All presenters must have video capability and comfortability presenting virtually on camera.
- Sessions will be recorded and made available for attendees to watch on-demand following the live event.
Benefits to Presenters
- We will waive the full conference registration fee for up to two speakers.
- Opportunity to share your work with a captive audience that makes up Minnesota’s safety net.
- Recognition as a leader in community health innovation.
For questions, contact Monet at email@example.com.