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Message ID: 9259
Date: 2012-10-10

Author:Janet Davenport

Subject:National Children's Alliance Announces Call For Workshop Proposals

Hello researchers, academicians and administrators in the field of child maltreatment and welfare! NCA announces: Call for Workshops for Leadership Conference 2013 National Children’s Alliance invites practitioners, administrators, academicians, and community leaders to submit abstracts for 90-minute workshop presentations focusing on leadership, administration and management issues, program innovations, program management and evaluation, research, cultural competency, technology, board operations, finance/funding and service delivery as directly relating to the development and management of multidisciplinary teams and Children’s Advocacy Centers. This year, the theme of Leadership Conference is: On the Horizon: the Next Chapter in Child Advocacy. The conference will focus on new ideas, research, innovations and exploration in child welfare and children’s advocacy for leaders of children’s advocacy centers. Abstracts on the following topics are highly desired for presentation during Leadership Conference 2013: * Prevention programs * Child abuse and neglect: what’s new in the field? * Reducing re-victimization * Implementing trauma focused work and evidence-based practices: how to get your MDT on board * Hospital-based CACs: working within a parent organization * Urban CACs: managing co-located services * Developing and managing a $10 million capital campaign * Effective and educative community outreach for rural communities * Managing dual roles in CAC leadership: maintaining your sanity when you are the center director and also the forensic interviewer or the victim advocate * Social media; the do’s and don’ts, what’s helpful and what’s a waste of time * Succession planning * Improving family engagement with mental health services * Tribal laws and issues The Call for Workshops information and abstract submission forms are available at: http://www.nationalchildrensalliance.org/index.php?s=54&cat=164 Abstracts will be accepted until November 16, 2012 Janet Davenport, Coordinator Conferences, Education & Events National Children's Alliance 516 C Street NE Washington DC 20002 ph 202-548-0090 x100 fx 202-548-0099 jdavenport@nca-online.org

Hello researchers, academicians and administrators in the field of child maltreatment and welfare! NCA announces: Call for Workshops for Leadership Conference 2013 National Children’s Alliance invites practitioners, administrators, academicians, and community leaders to submit abstracts for 90-minute workshop presentations focusing on leadership, administration and management issues, program innovations, program management and evaluation, research, cultural competency, technology, board operations, finance/funding and service delivery as directly relating to the development and management of multidisciplinary teams and Children’s Advocacy Centers. This year, the theme of Leadership Conference is: On the Horizon: the Next Chapter in Child Advocacy. The conference will focus on new ideas, research, innovations and exploration in child welfare and children’s advocacy for leaders of children’s advocacy centers. Abstracts on the following topics are highly desired for presentation during Leadership Conference 2013: * Prevention programs * Child abuse and neglect: what’s new in the field? * Reducing re-victimization * Implementing trauma focused work and evidence-based practices: how to get your MDT on board * Hospital-based CACs: working within a parent organization * Urban CACs: managing co-located services * Developing and managing a $10 million capital campaign * Effective and educative community outreach for rural communities * Managing dual roles in CAC leadership: maintaining your sanity when you are the center director and also the forensic interviewer or the victim advocate * Social media; the do’s and don’ts, what’s helpful and what’s a waste of time * Succession planning * Improving family engagement with mental health services * Tribal laws and issues The Call for Workshops information and abstract submission forms are available at: http://www.nationalchildrensalliance.org/index.php?s=54&cat=164 Abstracts will be accepted until November 16, 2012 Janet Davenport, Coordinator Conferences, Education & Events National Children's Alliance 516 C Street NE Washington DC 20002 ph 202-548-0090 x100 fx 202-548-0099 jdavenportnca-online.org