- A Beginner-level workshop focuses heavily on terminology and introducing individuals to T/GNC/NB concepts. The audience for this workshop most likely have never worked with T/GNC/NB communities.
- An Intermediate-level workshop spends much of the workshop discussing the subject material directly and requires attendees to have some knowledge of T/GNC/NB competencies and issues.
- An Advanced-level workshop requires attendees to have significant knowledge of T/GNC/NB competencies and issues and focuses on best practices, innovative new practices and complex health issues that affect T/GNC/NB communities.
Proposals are reviewed by committees made up of professionals in each perspective field. Considerations for selection include T/GNC/NB competencies, innovation and clarity; research/evidence-based content; audience engagement, and the degree to which the proposal reflects the committee’s commitment to representation across race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age and disability. The committee reserves the right to accept or reject proposals at its sole discretion.
Protrack Presenters are required to register for the conference. Registration is free and gives you access to all plenary sessions, general track workshops, and special events/receptions for which there is no published cover charge or donation.
NOTE: There is a $50 registration fee for any Presenters who request continuing education credits.
Once your proposal is accepted, you will be emailed a Presenter registration link which includes our online conference registration form. Before your proposal can be approved and scheduled, you and any co-presenters must complete and submit all necessary accreditation paperwork. You will be notified of the deadline upon acceptance (pre-approval).
If your proposal is not accepted, you will receive a link to register for the General Track (free registration), or Protrack, at the regular attendee rate.
Equipment, Slides, & Handouts
Each workshop room will be equipped with:
- easel pad/markers set,
- LCD projector and screen,
Presenters are responsible for making their own travel and hotel arrangements. Presenters are responsible for completing all accreditation paperwork by the submission deadline detailed in the workshop approval email. This includes conflict of interest forms, biographies, abstract/summaries, CVs, and disclosures.