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Message ID: 9916
Date: 2015-10-08

Author:Kim Day

Subject:Call for abstracts: Submit a research or practice workshop idea for the 2016 NCA Conference

Dear colleagues, To serve child victims of abuse with the best practices that promote healing, the children’s advocacy movement needs the latest evidence. CAC leaders must not only serve children in their communities but must also stay up to date on the latest research that informs their care of those children. That’s where your cutting-edge work in research and practice comes in. At National Children’s Alliance, we’re looking forward to hosting our 2016 Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C., June 5-8 next year, but we need your help to ensure CAC leaders come away with the latest ideas to support their evidence-based work. Please consider submitting a session abstract to lead a workshop at the 2016 Leadership Conference. This year, there’s a track just for research and innovative practice to bring together top research and direct-service professionals in the social science, public health, medical, and mental health fields as we work to advance the CAC movement and the welfare of children more broadly. See here for more detail. Submit an abstract now If you plan to submit an abstract, please plan to begin the submission process now, as the October 30 deadline is quickly approaching. Submissions require presenter CVs, bios, and prospective descriptions, so it’s best to start the process as early as possible. Please forward this message to any friends in the field whom you feel would make a good fit. With questions, contact NCA Conference Coordinator Tom Knapp at conferences@nca-online.org . Best, Kim It's time to step up. Submit your 2016 workshop idea by 10/30. NCA's 2016 Leadership Conference, the premier annual event for CAC leaders and professionals, isn't until June, but your peers and the children we serve need your great session ideas now. Submit your proposal for a session in one of this year's innovative tracks on topics like finance, fundraising, public policy, communications, research, and direct-service programs. It's your turn to step up to the stage. Submit your abstract for next year's Leadership Conference by Friday, October 30, and keep our field moving forward in our quest to transform lives by serving children and our communities. Submit Your Idea Now Forward this to a friend? Whether you plan to submit a session abstract or not, you can help ensure our 2016 Leadership Conference has the best information for you and your peers. We're looking for perspectives from more than just CAC leaders—please share this message broadly with talented professionals in or connected to the movement, including: * MDTs * Researchers and academics * Law enforcement and legal experts * Government relations and advocacy experts * Fundraisers * Finance and HR professionals * Communications and PR professionals Anyone with a perspective that may be valuable to CAC leaders in their mission to serve children is welcome to submit an abstract. Who would you like to see in 2016? 2016 Conference Workshop Tracks The 2016 Leadership Conference will feature the following workshop Tracks: * THE BUSINESS OF CHILD ADVOCACY Sessions that offer actionable information on the business of running a CAC, including content on best practices in management, finance, and fundraising * ADVOCACY & COMMUNICATIONS Sessions that offer creative public policy ideas, hard-hitting awareness campaigns, and tested communications practices to help CACs solve real-world problems and connect with lawmakers, donors, and the public * RESEARCH & INNOVATIVE PRACTICES Sessions that provide the latest research and innovative ways to apply it in direct-service practices in mental health, medical care, victim advocacy, and forensic interviewing * CHAPTER TRACK Sessions for NCA Chapter Staff and Board Officers Key Dates 10.30.15 Submission Deadline Abstracts and other submission materials must be received by this date 06.05.16 Leadership Conference Begins NCA's 2016 Leadership Conference Kicks off in Washington, D.C. Questions? Email Tom Knapp at conferences@nca-online.org Share this email: Manage your preferences | Opt out using TrueRemove™ Got this as a forward? Sign up to receive our future emails. View this email online . 516 C Street, NE Washington, DC | 20002 US This email was sent to kday@nca-online.org. To continue receiving our emails, add us to your address book.

Dear colleagues, To serve child victims of abuse with the best practices that promote healing, the children’s advocacy movement needs the latest evidence. CAC leaders must not only serve children in their communities but must also stay up to date on the latest research that informs their care of those children. That’s where your cutting-edge work in research and practice comes in. At National Children’s Alliance, we’re looking forward to hosting our 2016 Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C., June 5-8 next year, but we need your help to ensure CAC leaders come away with the latest ideas to support their evidence-based work. Please consider submitting a session abstract to lead a workshop at the 2016 Leadership Conference. This year, there’s a track just for research and innovative practice to bring together top research and direct-service professionals in the social science, public health, medical, and mental health fields as we work to advance the CAC movement and the welfare of children more broadly. See here for more detail. Submit an abstract now If you plan to submit an abstract, please plan to begin the submission process now, as the October 30 deadline is quickly approaching. Submissions require presenter CVs, bios, and prospective descriptions, so it’s best to start the process as early as possible. Please forward this message to any friends in the field whom you feel would make a good fit. With questions, contact NCA Conference Coordinator Tom Knapp at conferencesnca-online.org . Best, Kim It's time to step up. Submit your 2016 workshop idea by 10/30. NCA's 2016 Leadership Conference, the premier annual event for CAC leaders and professionals, isn't until June, but your peers and the children we serve need your great session ideas now. Submit your proposal for a session in one of this year's innovative tracks on topics like finance, fundraising, public policy, communications, research, and direct-service programs. It's your turn to step up to the stage. Submit your abstract for next year's Leadership Conference by Friday, October 30, and keep our field moving forward in our quest to transform lives by serving children and our communities. Submit Your Idea Now Forward this to a friend? Whether you plan to submit a session abstract or not, you can help ensure our 2016 Leadership Conference has the best information for you and your peers. We're looking for perspectives from more than just CAC leaders—please share this message broadly with talented professionals in or connected to the movement, including: * MDTs * Researchers and academics * Law enforcement and legal experts * Government relations and advocacy experts * Fundraisers * Finance and HR professionals * Communications and PR professionals Anyone with a perspective that may be valuable to CAC leaders in their mission to serve children is welcome to submit an abstract. Who would you like to see in 2016? 2016 Conference Workshop Tracks The 2016 Leadership Conference will feature the following workshop Tracks: * THE BUSINESS OF CHILD ADVOCACY Sessions that offer actionable information on the business of running a CAC, including content on best practices in management, finance, and fundraising * ADVOCACY & COMMUNICATIONS Sessions that offer creative public policy ideas, hard-hitting awareness campaigns, and tested communications practices to help CACs solve real-world problems and connect with lawmakers, donors, and the public * RESEARCH & INNOVATIVE PRACTICES Sessions that provide the latest research and innovative ways to apply it in direct-service practices in mental health, medical care, victim advocacy, and forensic interviewing * CHAPTER TRACK Sessions for NCA Chapter Staff and Board Officers Key Dates 10.30.15 Submission Deadline Abstracts and other submission materials must be received by this date 06.05.16 Leadership Conference Begins NCA's 2016 Leadership Conference Kicks off in Washington, D.C. Questions? Email Tom Knapp at conferencesnca-online.org Share this email: Manage your preferences | Opt out using TrueRemove™ Got this as a forward? Sign up to receive our future emails. View this email online . 516 C Street, NE Washington, DC | 20002 US This email was sent to kdaynca-online.org. To continue receiving our emails, add us to your address book.