NER-AMTA Call for Papers 2019 Concurrent Sessions
All concurrent sessions will be chosen by a double blind review. Reviewers will base their considerations on content, clarity, and completeness of the abstract (50%), if the proposal fits within the scope of practice and professional competencies of AMTA and CBMT (25%), and how the proposal meets the needs of our region based upon the 2018 conference evaluations (25%).
Title of Presentation (12 words max.)
Presenter(s) name(s) and credentials (Please list the contact person first)
Presenter phone number (Please include the phone numbers of all presenters)
Presenter email (Please include the emails of all presenters)
Session Length (All sessions are 75 minutes)
Presider information (presider's name and email) Not required but strongly recommended)
The following information will be used for the blind review process. Please do not put in any identifying information in the abstract or description session.
Abstract (50 word max.)
Description (300 word max)
Audio Visual needs (please be specific) *Please be aware that NER does not provide speakers or projector adapters
Instruments needed (please be specific, i.e., 2 djembes, 1 keyboard, etc.)
Room set up (theater, circle, etc.)
Any other special accommodations needed
Please check any time that you or any presenters within your group will NOT be available to present.
Friday AM (8-12)
Friday PM (2:15-6)
Saturday AM (8-12)
Saturday PM (12-3)
Focus of topic (check all that apply)
Education and training
Research (Qualitative and Quantitative)
Clinical Case Study
Format of Presentation (check all that apply)
Didactic (oral presentation)
Target Track (please check only one)
Audience (please check all that apply)
Information for umbrella groupings (please check all that apply)
Early Childhood and/or Infants
General Professional Music Therapy Topics
Music Therapy Aproaches
Music Therapy Students
Neurologic Music Therapy
Special Education/Related Disabilities
Technology/Social and New Media
Wellness, Stress, Self-Care
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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