BREAKING THE MOLD: Reimagining the Future of Nutrition
The MAND Annual Meeting attracts over 350 food and nutrition professional across the state. We are accepting speaker proposals through September 15, 2018. Only advanced level (Category II or Category III) sessions will be accepted.
Category II: Assumes that the participant has general knowledge of the literature and professional practice within the area(s) covered. The focus of the activity is to enhance knowledge and application by the participant.
Category III: Assumes that the participant has thorough knowledge of the literature and professional practice within the area(s) covered. The focus of the activity is synthesis of recent advances and future directions.
Proposals from individuals who have not presented at previous MAND meetings are encouraged. Speakers should have demonstrated experience in presenting to audiences of 50-500. Conflicts of interest must be fully disclosed on the application.
Wed. Evening – April 24, 2019
BREAKING THE MOLD: The Focus is on YOU!
Seeking a speaker for 1 hour on mindfulness and distressing plus facilitators for networking.
Thursday – April 25, 2019
BREAKING THE MOLD: Clinically and Professionally
Two tracks of concurrent sessions:
Track 1: Research, Clinical or Counseling as it relates to Dietetics
Track 2: Career and Leadership advancement, dietetic career trends.
Sessions can be 1-2 hours in length with more than one speaker and/or a panel. Interactivity, case studies and application is encouraged.
Our Annual Meeting Planning Committee might also suggest a co-speaker or a panel based on your proposal.
Friday – April 26, 2019
BREAKING THE MOLD: Integrative Health
Topics include latest trends, research, technology, and food, nutrition products, and advancements with a focus on application to personal lives and/or practice.
SELECTION PROCESS: All proposals & supporting materials are due by October 1, 2018. Complete the MAND Speaker Proposal Form here: CLICK. Submit with curriculum vitae, bio or resume (maximum of 4 pages). The Annual Meeting Planning committee will consider all proposals. Selections will be made on topic relevancy and cutting-edge or new information, as well as what is of interest to our members.
All respondents will be contacted no later than December 1, 2018. Questions can be directed to the Executive Director, Sara Sternberger at firstname.lastname@example.org