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Annual Meeting/Webinar Speaker, Poster Presenter, & Honors Lecturer Information

Call for AEIRS Webinar Proposals

Join the Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences (AEIRS) and seize the opportunity to share your expertise by submitting a proposal for our upcoming webinar series. As a speaker, you'll have the chance to captivate and inspire a vibrant community of dedicated educators in the field.

We are seeking dynamic presenters who can offer valuable insights and practical knowledge to educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences. This is your chance to make a lasting impact on the profession and enhance your reputation within the industry.

Our webinar series aims to provide educators with the latest advancements, best practices, and innovative strategies in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences. We encourage proposals on a variety of themes that resonate with our audience, such as:

  1. Harnessing Technology for Enhanced Education: Exploring the integration of cutting-edge technologies and digital tools in the classroom and clinical settings.

  2. Enhancing Student Engagement and Retention: Strategies to create an inclusive and interactive learning environment that motivates and supports students throughout their education.

  3. Curriculum Development and Innovation: Sharing innovative approaches to curriculum design and implementation, ensuring students are equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary for a rapidly evolving field.

  4. Effective Clinical Education: Addressing challenges and exploring effective strategies for clinical instruction and supervision in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences.

  5. Professional Development for Educators: Fostering personal and professional growth through mentorship, research, and continuous learning opportunities.

By presenting in our webinar series, you will gain recognition as a thought leader, network with like-minded professionals, and contribute to the advancement of Imaging and Radiologic Sciences education.

Don't miss this chance to make a significant impact on the education community! Submit your proposal today and let your voice be heard among the most active and dedicated educators in the profession.

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Call for 2024 AEIRS Annual Meeting Speakers

Share your expertise! The Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences would like to invite you to submit a proposal to present at the 2024 AEIRS Annual Meeting being held at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront Hotel in Jacksonville, Florida. The meeting dates are July 18th and July 19th. As a speaker, you will enjoy the prestige and satisfaction of presenting to committed educators in our profession. 

 

The submission deadline is June 15, 2023. For additional information, and to submit your application, contact Kevin Clark at KRClark@mdanderson.org.

           

The application to present is available below.

 

Suggested topics include:

  • Assessment and test item writing

  • Classroom management

  • Contingency planning

  • Curriculum design

  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies

  • Emotional intelligence

  • Innovative methods of instruction

  • Mental health

  • Post-COVID-19 classroom

  • Research and grant writing

  • Recruitment efforts

  • Successful transitions (clinical preceptor to clinical coordinator; clinical coordinator to program director)

  • Surgical imaging instruction

  • Teaching cultural competency

  • Technology and virtual reality in the classroom

  • Trauma-informed educational practices

 

Respectfully,

 

Kevin R. Clark, Ed.D., R.T.(R)(QM)(ARRT), FAEIRS, FASRT

2024 AEIRS Annual Meeting Chair

KRClark@mdanderson.org

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2018 Annual Meeting Poster Presentations
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Call for 2023 AEIRS Annual Meeting Poster Presenters

Share your expertise by submitting a proposal to deliver an electronic poster presentation at the 2023 AEIRS Annual Meeting being held July 13-14 in Madison, Wisconsin.

 

Electronic poster presentations are short, 25-minute sessions (20-minute presentation with 5-minute Q&A) that summarize a research project using Microsoft PowerPoint and offer additional interactions with conference attendees, potentially leading to new collaborative efforts.

 

The first slide of the presentation should include the entire poster, and additional content slides along with a reference slide should be presented to visually guide conference attendees through the study’s purpose, literature review, methodology, results, discussion, and conclusion.

 

During the 25-minute poster presentation, the presenter will explain key elements of the research project and answer conference attendees’ questions. Electronic poster presentations will be submitted for 0.5 continuing education credits.

Submission deadline is January 1, 2023. Submit any questions and your completed poster application to Bobbi Kowash, bobbi.kowash@oit.edu.

For more information about the electronic poster presentation guidelines or to apply, please click on the buttons below.

Respectfully,

 

Bobbi Kowash, MHSc, RDMS, RVT

2023 Annual Meeting Poster Presentation Chair

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Call for Honors Lecturer Nominations

As Chair of the AEIRS Honors Lecture Committee, I would like to remind you of the opportunity to nominate one of your colleagues for the Annual Honors Lecture Award. In prior years, AEIRS has selected a member of our profession to receive the Honors Lecture Award in recognition of outstanding professional accomplishment, leadership in the field of radiologic sciences, and commitment to the association. Letters of nomination should describe the accomplishments of the colleague being nominated and also emphasize the significance of those accomplishments. Evaluation of the nominee will be made based on professional qualities, as well as civic and non-technical accomplishments.

 

Please send your nominations to the Honors Lecture Committee Chair (KRClark@mdanderson.org) by

April 1, 2023. The AEIRS Board of Directors will review the nominees at the Annual Meeting in July 2023. Nominees will remain on file for three years and be considered for 2024, 2025, or 2026. We
appreciate your participation in submitting nominations. As you are aware, recognition of your colleagues is an extremely important public relations service to our profession.

Respectfully,

Kevin R. Clark, Ed.D., R.T.(R)(QM)(ARRT), FAEIRS, FASRT

Chair, Honors Lecture Committee
KRClark@mdanderson.org

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