Call for Presentation Proposals

 

Submission Requirements 

 

Programmatic Goal

ICE-CIM’s goal is to advance the field of complementary and integrative medicine education through the sharing of best practices in the development, implementation, evaluation, and dissemination of curricula and teaching methods; the strengthening of existing partnerships; and the development of new collaborations. This Congress will showcase original work through plenary sessions, symposia, poster presentations, and a number of interactive sessions including symposia and workshops.

 

Examples of topics to be addressed include:

  • The incorporation of CIM into the continuum of life-long learning, from undergraduate education to postgraduate and continuing education (including dual-degree programs)
  • The development and outcomes of integrative medicine education projects sponsored by the NIH R25 education grants (at both CAM institutions and medical schools)
  • The development of interprofessional education initiatives (including integrative models of care)
  • Educational research projects in complementary and integrative medicine
  • Learner-driven educational initiatives, focusing on development, outcomes, and sustainability

 

Proposals for the following presentation formats are welcome:
  • Large group presentations
  • Panel discussions
  • Workshops
  • Small discussion groups
  • Educational resources exchange
  • Symposia
  • Posters

 

Individuals submitting abstracts agree that if their abstract is accepted, they will attend the meeting and present their abstract as scheduled.  All presenting authors must be registered for the Congress by the early registration deadline of Monday, July 9.  All accepted abstracts will be published in the Congress proceedings.

 

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