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Elements of a Good Proposal

Criteria Description
Overall Quality of the Proposal
The proposal itself was thorough and provided enough insight into the proposed session.
The submitter has described experience planning educational programs.
The submitter is an EXPERT in the topic and well connected with other experts.
The topic is practical - meaning there will be knowledge, skills, or information that can be applied right away.
The topic will have an impact directly on improving patient care.
This is a hot topic, cutting edge or a fresh perspective. If not, do you think there will still be significant interest in the session?
Needs Assessment
Session Activity Elements
Relevant practice gaps are described.
At least two sources to support the current need for this activity are included and described.
The proposed faculty are well known experts.
The proposed faculty are experienced presenters.
Session Activity Elements Learning objectives make sense based upon the topic and intended audience.
An active learning strategy to engage the audience in the content is included for each objective.
A method of learning assessment (examples: participant feedback, case discussion, answers given) is included for each objective to allow participants to assess their own mastery of content and their learning.
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