Call for Presentations

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 Call for Presentations

The Annual Meeting Committee is thrilled to announce a change in how content is identified for our Annual Meeting. We received an overwhelming response to the 2021 call for member submitted sessions and we would like to significantly increase the number of sessions that are submitted by membership.

This means that you now have more opportunity than ever to shape the scientific and educational content delivered at the meeting. As you prepare your submissions, please organize the content by the following domains and emphasis areas.

Submit Proposal

How-To Video

For more information on how to submit a session and answers to commonly asked questions, please watch this video from NCS Vice President and Conference Planning Committee Chair, Sarah Livesay, DNP, RN, ACNP-BC, ACNS-BC.


Domains

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The Science of Neurocritical Care

This domain addresses the entire continuum of research in neurocritical care. From conceptualization through conducting all types of research and reporting results, this domain aims to improve the body of scientific knowledge and includes presentations that focus on clinical trial design, clinical trial results, results for other study designs.

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Clinical Practice

This domain addresses the clinical practice of neurocritical care and includes topics of interest from the perspective of all interdisciplinary team members. Presentations in this area may include evidence-based practice topics, ethical dilemmas, clinical reviews, pro/con debates and other challenging topics facing clinicians.

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Delivery, Quality and Safety

This domain addresses aspects of neurocritical care as a healthcare delivery model. Projects that address quality improvement and/or safety should be submitted under this domain, as well as presentation topics including provider education, policy issues, business models, billing and practice management topics belong in this domain.

Sessions that mix multiple domains are welcome. Please identify the primary domain that the majority of the content addresses

Emphasis Area

Once your domain is selected, please select the primary emphasis areas addressed by your submission. You may select up to 3 emphasis areas.

  • Disease entities (including ischemic stroke, intracerebral hemorrhage, subarachnoid hemorrhage, traumatic brain injury, spine trauma, post-cardiac arrest, status epilepticus, nerve and muscle disease, spinal cord disorders, coma, delirium, neurogenic respiratory failure, neuro-inflammatory and infectious disorders, brain tumor, general critical care)
  • Global neurocritical care
  • Diversity, equity and inclusion
  • Pediatrics
  • Basics/Neurocritical care 101
  • Bedside Nursing
  • APP Practice
  • Pharmacist practice
  • Hospitalist practice
  • NCC Fellowship/training
  • Informatics
  • Ultrasound
  • Pro-con debate
  • Multimodal Neuromonitoring (invasive/non-invasive)
  • Patient education
  • Provider education topics (eg. Fellowship training, competency assessment etc)

Submission Process

Session proposal submissions are due by Friday, February 11. Log in to your NCS account and select the domain/track that best aligned with your content to begin.

If you are not an NCS member, you will need to click here to create a guest account. NCS membership is not required to speak; however, we encourage all speakers to sign up for NCS membership.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

NCS will be placing a high value on diversity, equity, and inclusion as we plan our educational content and ask that you aim to design your session to meet the following criteria:

  • Gender equity: 50/50 men/women and inclusive of non-binary individuals.
  • International representation
  • Speakers on a panel cannot be from the same institution
  • At least 1 early-career individual
  • At least 2 healthcare disciplines are represented on the panel
  • Moderator should not be a panel speaker

Committee or Section Organized Session

You will be asked to indicate if the proposed session is submitted on behalf of a NCS section or committee.

Submit Proposal

If you have any questions please contact speakers@neurocriticalcare.org.