IAHC makes it easy to share expertise by offering a variety of presentation options, including:
Examples of vibrant submissions include, but are not limited to:
IAHC is the premier source of education for home care providers in Iowa, providing high quality education that enables home care professionals and agencies to thrive in an ever-changing and ever-challenging environment. IAHC welcomes and encourages feedback and suggestions from members in order to develop a well-rounded calendar of educational offerings. One way become part of IAHC’s faculty and demonstrate leadership and industry expertise is to provide presentations for educational programs. Supplying presentations is a great way to demonstrate leadership to colleagues and others who work in the home care industry, while ensuring that IAHC's sessions remain original, unique and current for those in attendance.
Providing a session is an important way to meet the needs of home care providers. Those interested in submitting a presentation proposal should complete the speaker form.
Sessions are to be educational in nature and presenters may not use a session as an opportunity to spotlight a company, product or service. Proposals submitted by industry vendors are welcome, however, the content must be free of commercial bias.
It is expected that the actual presentation will meet the stated session objectives; additionally, all written material supplied to participants will reflect stated objectives.
Submitting a proposal does not guarantee that a presentation will be selected. IAHC reserves the right to make final presentation selections and edit abstracts. Speakers will be chosen based on quality, timeliness of content, value of content, and relevance to the needs of IAHC members.
Concurrent sessions at the Annual Conference are scheduled to be 60 minutes in length. Speakers should plan lan to speak for about 45 minutes with a 5-minute introduction and 10-minute question and answer session at the end. Webinars are scheduled for no more than 90 minutes.
Presentations will not be printed for attendees. All submitted presentations will be converted to PDF format and placed on a secure web page for attendees to access.
Sessions may vary in length from one to one-and-a-half hours, or can be split into a series of programs of this length. Applications submitted electronically will be collected and reviewed when considering upcoming educational opportunities.