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2017 CALL FOR PRESENTATION PROPOSALS

The 2017 Call for Proposals in open!

Deadline Extended: October 15, 2016

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Please note: Session status (Accept, Conditional Accept or Decline) emails will be sent October/November 2016.


NATIONAL RURAL INSTITUTE ON ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE

This unique rural alcohol and drug abuse conference provides participants the opportunity to personally interact with other rural alcohol and drug abuse professionals, federal agency representatives and nationally known Institute faculty and resource individuals while accessing the latest in evidence-based practices for the improvement of rural services.Key resource professionals from throughout the U.S. will present intensive study tracks, mini-workshop sessions and special topics on current, innovative and emerging topics.

The low registration fee is all-inclusive of lodging (double occupancy), meals, instruction and scheduled activities. University of Wisconsin has approved this program for a maximum of 30 hours of training (if attending a pre-conference session). Institute only attendance is approved for 22 or 25 hours, dependent upon if opting for the 4-day or 5-day schedule. CEU's are approved by the Wisconsin Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

INSTITUTE TRACKS:

11.5 hours of concentrated training and/or instruction. Monday: 5 hours, Tuesday: 3.5 hours, and Wednesday: 3 hours. (No tracks on Sunday or Thursday). During the registration process attendees will identify which track they plan to attend for the duration of the conference.

MINI WORKSHOPS: 

have been discontinued. Attendees will need to select three Special Topics during the registration process.

SPECIAL TOPICS:

1.5 hours each day Tuesday or Wednesday or Thursday. (No Special Topics on Sunday or Monday). During the registration process attendees will select three Special Topics. Some Special Topics will be recommended as a part of a Special Topic "Series" if expanded or related information will be taught in multiple sessions, note that all sections of a series are not required.