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NJAMHAA Seeks Presentation Proposals for
Spring Conference
Applications Due December 14, 2021


November 24, 2021

NJAMHAA is accepting presentation proposals through December 14, 2021 for its Spring Conference, Nurturing Diverse Communities, which will be held virtually on April 5, 2021.

TOPICS INCLUDE:
· National Labor Law and Unions
· Crisis Response System
· Telehealth and Digital Services
· Innovative Service Delivery Models
· Diversity, Inclusion and Equity  
· Social Work Ethics
· Workforce Recruitment, Retention and Wellness
· Evidence-Based Practices
· Fiscal Stability and Sustainability
· Business Growth and Sustainability
· Evidence-Based Recovery Apps
· Identifying and Addressing Social Determinants of Health
· Traditional and Non-Traditional Mergers and Acquisitions, Strategic Alliances, Private Equity
· Managed Care: The Pros and Cons of Carve-Ins and Carve-Outs

We value your experience and expertise and with your participation, we will ensure that our 2022 Spring Conference is one that members will find most beneficial to their work, their organizations and those they serve.

Please consider submitting a proposal to present at our 2022 Spring Conference, Nurturing Diverse Communities.  Please click here for the Instructions/Application or share with others you would like to hear from at the conference!

Please note, when submitting your presentation, it is important to include all documentation requested in in the instructions. The documents are required to be considered for continuing education accreditation.

Submission Deadline: Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Please Save the Date! If you cannot present, we hope you will attend!
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