From Rhetoric to Reality:
Achieving Authentic, Equitable & Transformative Partnerships
Conference - April 30 - May 3, 2014
Chicago, Illinois USA
the Call for Proposals we invite you to share your knowledge,
experience and lessons learned with hundreds of colleagues who - like
you - are passionate about the power of partnerships to transform
communities and academe.
Click here for the Call for Proposals.
Click here for the Online Proposal Submission Form.
Click here for a sample form.
notified of decision on proposal
for presenters to confirm their participation
bird registration deadline
||February 17, 2014
||April 4, 2014
||April 23, 2014
Proposal Review Process
of the Conference Planning Committee and CCPH staff will review
proposals. Proposals are expected to meet these minimum criteria:
- Adherence to proposal submission instructions
- Relevance to the conference theme, goals and objectives
- Potential for engaging participants in substantive discussions
- Clarity of writing
In recommending which proposals to accept, the Committee seeks to:
- Achieve the goals and objectives of the conference
- Highlight diverse, successful models of community-campus partnerships from around the world
- Ensure that the voices of those most affected by the issue or problem being discussed are heard
that sessions stimulate discussion and shared learning by combining a
strong depth of content and an emphasis on creative approaches to
that sessions go beyond describing a particular partnership, project or
issue to also (a) analyze what worked, didn’t work and why and (b)
facilitate the ability of participants to apply the information shared
Presenter ExpectationsAll presenters must register for the
conference. Submitting presenters must indicate their agreement with
this statement included in the Proposal Submission Form:
"As the main contact for this proposal, I understand that if this
proposal is accepted, all presenters are expected to register and pay
the registration fee for the conference and that it is my
responsibility to inform my co-presenters of this requirement. If
presenter registration fees are not received by the deadline indicated
in the acceptance letter, the session will not be included in the
conference program. I understand that this proposal may be edited to
fit the conference program. I understand that CCPH will provide
audiovisual equipment as appropriate. If additional audiovisual aids
are needed, the expense involved will be paid by the presenters prior
to the conference unless otherwise indicated in writing from CCPH.”
Budget now to attend the conference.
The early-bird registration fee for premium individual or
organizational members of CCPH will not exceed $450. CCPH
Organizational members can register up to 4 people at the member rate.
The early-bird registration fee for e-members or non-members of CCPH
will not exceed $550. If you’re not a CCPH member, we encourage you to
join today! CCPH members receive substantial discounts on fees not only
for the conference but also for training institutes, technical
assistance services, publications and more! Learn more about member benefits and join online by credit card.
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Scholarship opportunities. We
are working to secure funds for scholarships to ensure the full
participation of students and individuals from community-based
organizations and countries with emerging and developing economies. To
find out how your organization can contribute, contact us by phone at
206-666-3406 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details on the status of available scholarship funding and application
instructions will be sent when the submitting presenters are informed
about a decision on their proposals.
Publication and Dissemination Opportunities
In addition to having their abstracts
appear in the conference program, conference presenters will have
opportunities to submit their work for peer-reviewed publication. Two
such opportunities are described below. Authors will receive submission
details when they are notified of the outcome of their proposal
submission. Additional publication opportunities will be published on
the conference website.
in November 2009, CES4Health is a free and open-access online portal
for peer-reviewing, publishing and disseminating diverse products of
community-engaged scholarship that are in forms other than journal
articles (e.g. videos, training manuals, policy briefs, photo voice
exhibits and curricula). We encourage authors submitting proposals for
the CCPH conference to consider submitting products to CES4Health at
the same time. Products can be submitted at any time, but those
received by January 1, 2014 will have the greatest chance of completing
the peer review process in time to be published by CES4Health in time
for the conference. Please review the CES4Health instructions for authors and submit products by completing the online application. If you have questions about the suitability of a submission, please contact CES4Health editor Cathy Jordan at email@example.com.
CES4Health Fellow Marlynn May provides technical assistance, mentoring
and support to partnerships that have a potential CES4Health submission
and would like guidance in its development or in the submission
process. For assistance, email Marlynn at may@CES4Health.info.
Progress in Community Health Partnerships:
Research, Education and Action: Selected authors of accepted proposals
will be invited to submit papers for publication in this peer-reviewed
journal published by Johns Hopkins University Press. A scholarly
journal dedicated to community-based participatory research, PCHP seeks
to identify and publicize model programs that use community
partnerships to improve public health, promote progress in the methods
of research and education involving community health partnerships and
stimulate action that will improve the health of people and
communities. PCHP offers a substantial subscription discount to CCPH
members. For details, visit http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/books.html.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or for more information.