2019 AMTA Conference - Special Course Proposal Submission Form
The 2019 Conference of the American Music Therapy Association
November 21—24, 2019
(Opening session begins November 21, CMTE courses and special trainings may begin earlier)
Minneapolis, Minnesota

FIRM DEADLINE FOR ALL PROPOSAL SUBMISSIONS - April 12, 2019

Submission Process Guidelines
1. All submissions will be reviewed by representatives from the AMTA Continuing Education Committee and the Conference Committee.

2. Acceptance of submissions will be based on review score, distribution of topic areas, consideration for the number of sessions by individual presenters, innovative content, expressed need from membership, and reflection of the conference theme.

3. All additional course submissions must be submitted online by the due date. Submissions received after the deadline or by alternate means will be reviewed if space allows.

4. All committee-sponsored additional courses are required to be submitted through the review process and should adhere to the same deadlines.


Submissions are accepted only using this form. Please submit one form only for each proposed offering. Required questions are indicated by the *. You will see a confirmation screen after clicking the button to submit if your submission was successful (scroll back up to the top of the page if necessary). You will be notified by July 15 as to the status of your proposal. Information for the blind review process of session selection will be taken from your submission form so please do not include any identifying data where indicated. Not following instructions may cause your proposal to be rejected. Please remember to save your own copy of submission information for your future use if you have not already done so.

If you have questions, need to change anything after submission, or do not receive acknowledgement by July 15th, contact Cindy Smith at (301) 589-3300 ext. 102 or smith@musictherapy.org. But please remember that your submission should be submitted in final form.


THIS PROPOSAL IS FOR ADDITIONAL CONFERENCE COURSES (not concurrent sessions) ONLY.

Title of Presentation *
12 words maximum
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Abstract *
50 words maximum, appropriate for inclusion in the conference program
Your answer
Learning Objectives *
Identify at least two, but no more than four, clear, simple, and measurable learning outcomes participants will gain from this course. Although more than one learning objective may be stated, at least one statement must be included relating the topic and learning objectives to the CBMT Board Certification Domains, 2015 (this document is available at www.cbmt.org). For each objective, identify the most relevant corresponding Board Certification Domain(s) using the letter and number citation . (For example, if offering a course on the use of music therapy for pain management, a sample learning objective could be: "Objective #1: Participants will be able to identify at least two music therapy interventions for pain remediation. (CBMT Domain II. A. 2. af)"
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Prerequisites, if any
Skills, experience, or credentials that are prerequisite to participation
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Description *
Please provide sufficient information concerning the proposal for reviewers to evaluate its suitability for this year’s conference. Write in narrative form (no outlines). Clinical proposals should include information on assessment and documentation. If appropriate, please indicate how this presentation aligns with the goals of the Music Therapy Research 2025 initiative. 300 word maximum. (include no identifying data)
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Course Schedule *
Please provide the schedule and format for each course including the start and end time, as well as scheduled breaks. Breaks, meals, registration, and other non-instructional time is excluded from time calculated for CMTE credits.
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Format *
Select the one that best describes your presentation
How many (clock) hours is this course? *
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Number of CMTE Credits Offered *
One CMTE (continuing music therapy education) credit is equal to 50 minutes of interaction with the learning material. Sufficient depth and intensity of experience is considered essential to effective continuing education. Breaks, meals, registration, and other non-instructional time must be excluded from time calculated for CMTE credits. Courses must be a minimum of 3 CMTE credits (or 2 hours and 30 minutes in length). Always round down to the nearest full CMTE credit; no partial credits are permitted. For example, a course that involves 165 minutes of total instructional time would equal 3.3 50-minute credit hours. However, as partial credit is not granted, participants would earn 3 CMTE credits.
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Ethics Credits Offered
If this course meets all or part of the CBMT Ethics Requirement, how many credits does it fulfill?
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LCAT Credits Offered
New York State Licensed Creative Arts Therapists ONLY: If this session is being presented by an LCAT, indicate the number of LCAT continuing education credits this course fulfills. More information about the LCAT continuing education requirements can be found here: http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/mhp/catcefaq.htm
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Bibliography
Please include any references which are relevant to the content of the presentation
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Presentation Content Level *
Select the one that best describes your presentation
Main Area of Focus *
Select the one that best describes your presentation
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