Call for Proposals

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Proposals must be submitted by November 30th, 11:59PM EST.

If you have any questions, please contact Virginia Shapland - vshapland@clearhq.org



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Topics
CLEAR always seeks a wide selection of topics from diverse jurisdictions and both health and non-health professions and occupations.


Click the category boxes below to see more suggested subtopics for this year's conference.

Before You Get Started


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Proposal Process FAQ's (click to download)

DEFINITIONS


Session Coordinator: Person who submits the proposal; makes revisions per the program committee/subcommittee recommendations; enlists a speaker/presenter and a moderator (introduces speaker/presenter) at conference. A coordinator can be speaker or moderator, but not both.


Speaker/Presenter: Person who presents the materials at the conference. Speaker can be a coordinator but cannot be a moderator.


Moderator: Person who introduces the session and speaker and facilitates the session. A moderator can be coordinator but not a speaker.


Please be sure to have the following information ready to submit:

  • Contact information for Coordinator, Speaker(s) and Moderator
    • Please note if you do not have all speakers identified, you are still able to submit a proposal.
  • Proposed Session Title
  • Track
  • Proposal (no more than 500 words). Please include the following components: Learning Outcome, Innovative (new ideas or approaches), Evidence-Based (relevant research and data that demonstrates the quality of the content), and Practicality (explain practices or resources that attendees will be able to take home and use – such as handouts, website links for further information or specific actionable strategies).  Include major themes, challenges, lessons learned and general applicability for other regulatory bodies. Successful proposals will be broad in scope with international elements that fit diverse occupations and needs.
  • A minimum of three learning objectives. Each objective should be measurable.
  • Length of session
  • Session Type

TRACKS

Regulatory Administration and Governance
Sessions that inform, educate, and inspire conference attendees to implement innovative solutions regarding legislation, policy, administrative leadership, and daily operations. Sessions that focus on operational efficiency, equity, technology, cyber and physical security, updates to laws, governing policies and procedures, and media and stakeholder relations are in high demand. 
Compliance, Discipline and Enforcement
Sessions that educate in the professional discipline process and enhance knowledge and skills for better on-the-job performance by participants in the professional discipline process. The professional discipline process includes the entire process by which the state/province/government entity (1) receives information pertaining to possible violations of law by a member of a regulated group (or a person who purports to be a member of a regulated group), (2) investigates the information received, and (3) makes an appropriate case disposition.
Entry to Practice Standards and Continuing Competence
Sessions that allow those involved in both the initial licensure/ registration / credentialing process, and the continuing competence and professional development area, to discuss the issues, trends and challenges they face outside of the testing and examination realm. Topics may include defining competencies within a scope of practice, setting standards of qualification (education, training, experience), implementing quality assurance mechanisms, establishing equivalencies, assessing practical experience, accrediting education providers, exploring artificial barriers to practice, labor mobility (national and international), appeals processes, when should the bar be raised or lowered, re-entry to practice scenarios, etc.
Testing and Examinations
Sessions designed to inform, provoke discussion, and explore new topics related to all aspects of certification and licensing examinations. These topics may include such items as: job analysis, test development and validation, standard setting, test administration, scoring and analysis, score reporting, and examination challenges/defense.



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