Seeking Presentation Proposals for the Symposium
“Deep in the Camp Nursing Heart of Texas” is Looking for Presenters More Alive than Dead who are Willing to Lead our Posse of Knowledge Seekers
Hello Potential Symposium Speakers:
How about presenting at the next ACN Camp Nurse Symposium? Now is the time to consider this wonderful opportunity. Following ACN’s Annual Meeting on Monday evening, 11 February, the Symposium will be held in Dallas, TX, 12-13 February 2013.
Tuesday is our “just for camp nurses” day while Wednesday brings a partnership with the American Camping Association with joint educational sessions for nurses and other camp professionals.
As you consider presenting at the Symposium, please note the following:
- Speakers are expected to register for the Symposium but pay $50 less than other participants. All other costs associated with participation in the event are the expense of each individual.
- ACN provides one year of membership following successful completion of your presentation at the Symposium. You must be a current member of ACN to receive this benefit.
- Speakers are encouraged to bring copies of his/her presentation (handouts) for distribution to Symposium participants.
If you are interested, please email the information below to email@example.com. In the subject heading of the email, please type “ACN Potential Speaker”.
- Phone Number
- Second Phone Number
- Email address
- Topic Interested in Presenting
Once I receive this initial information, you will receive a speaker packet from me via email. ACN’s Education Committee, the group responsible for planning Symposium content, asks that you complete and return the speaker packet by October 15, 2012. Additional instructions are in the speaker packet. Incomplete or late speaker packets may not be considered for presentation at the Symposium.
Thank you for your commitment to camp nursing. Through events such as the Symposium, we continue to raise awareness of the vital role camp nurses play in the pediatric healthcare of our nation as well as increase the body of knowledge that undergirds our profession. I look forward to hearing from you!
Tracey Gaslin RN, PhD, CRNI, CPNP
Chair, Education Committee
Association of Camp Nurses