Online Registration Form
The New Hampshire Health Care
Association (NHHCA) invites you to submit a presentation proposal
for our 2010 education and events. Please make sure to fill out the
following information and only submit 100% completed proposals.
Who Should Submit a Proposal?:
As a long term care professional you have the experience to
understand the trends, issues, and challenges facing you and your
colleagues. Now is your chance to share that knowledge and
experience; from success stories to professional insights, you have
the opportunity to enhance long term care in New Hampshire. Anyone
can apply to be an education presenter. We welcome proposals from
providers, state agencies, long term care organizations, business
members, consultants, and all others interested in submitting a
NHHCA represents more than 90 long term care facilities statewide,
providing care to more than 8,500 elderly and disabled people.
Education sessions draw a range of 30 Ė 200 attendees while some
convention sessions will draw over 250 attendees. Our audience
represents all disciplines from both independent and multi-facility
organizations and both not-for-profit and proprietary organizations.
The attendees have varying levels of experience in the long term
care profession from significant experience (10+ years) to moderate
experience (5-10 years) and limited experience (0-5 years).
Seminar Focus & Topics of
NHHCA invites you to submit a seminar proposal with a focus directed
to usable, relevant information such as: care practice, culture
change, business & financial management, human resource, innovations
& advancements, leadership, marketing, performance excellence,
documentation & assessment, customer service, workforce development,
and much more. Even though your education information may not fall
directly in one of the categories listed above we still strongly
encourage you to submit a proposal.
Speaker Fees/ Expenses:
For over half a century, New Hampshire Health Care Association has
earned an outstanding reputation for providing high quality
educational programs. We select speakers who share their expertise
for the overall benefit of the long-term care profession.
Speakers who waive their fees
(honorarium, travel reimbursement, etc) will be given top priority
in the selection process. As an effort to keep registration fees at
a minimum and pass the savings on to the attendees. If you require
or expect an honorarium or reimbursement for any of your expenses,
you must indicate it in section IV.
The Education Committee and the Events/Program Coordinator of the
NHHCA will review all completed proposals. Incomplete proposals will
not be reviewed. Criteria used to select proposals include but are
not limited to:
Unique and timely content;
Relevance to the needs to the key
constituencies of NHHCA;
Practical, results- oriented
Speaker fees and expenses
Education sessions can range from
1 hour to a full 8 hour day program. You must specify the length
of material in your proposal. Please note, you may be asked to
limit the hours in your material to fit our time constraints.
Submissions may be individual
presentations, group presentations or panels. NHHCA reserves the
right to combine proposed topics and presenters.
Individuals or groups may submit
more than one proposal; but are limited to 3 (three) proposals
Submitting a proposal does not
guarantee that your presentation will be selected.
Speakers that are selected agree
to abide by ALL deadlines set forth by the NHHCA.
Proposals must be free of any
commercial or promotional content.
Do not include any additional
materials such as brochures, articles, or DVDís. No PowerPoint
presentations will be accepted as a proposal.
If mailed, proposals must be
submitted with no staples or binding of any kind.
Proposals must be complete upon
submissions, incomplete proposals will not be reviewed.
Proposals can be submitted to the
Completing the form online (we strongly suggest this method)
Mailed to: NHHCA, Attn: CFP,
5 Sheep Davis Road, Suite E, Pembroke, NH 03275.
Faxed proposals will not be accepted.
All proposals must be received by
the NHHCA no later than 3:00pm on the specified deadline date.
Please note we will be
selecting speakers for different events throughout the year. If you
would rather present for one of the following conferences you must
specify that on your application and adhere to the deadline.
Spring Conference, May 20, 2010
Proposal due: March 5, 2010
Speaker notification by e-mail: March 26, 2010
Annual Convention & Trade Show, September 29-30, 2010
Proposal due: July 1, 2010
Speaker notification by e-mail: July 15, 2010
Individuals submitting a proposal will
be notified by the dates mentioned above. Prior to that date the New
Hampshire Health Care Association cannot accept phone calls
regarding the status of particular proposals.
You can expand your visibility by exhibiting at our Annual
Convention & Trade Show held on September 29 & 30, 2010. While
keynote and breakout sessions must be informative in nature, you can
showcase your products or services in the Exhibit Hall. For more
information on how to become an exhibitor please contact Shannon via
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.