International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals - Call for Proposals
Call for Proposals

The International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals

invites you to submit a proposal for the

Symposium 2011, March 3-6, 2011
at The Point Hilton Squaw Peak Resort in Phoenix, Arizona.

The conference theme is EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT and TREATMENT-BASED EVIDENCE. Symposium 2011 will focus on the realities and challenges of our work with eating disorder clients – the essence of treatment. Current research has now validated as effective many of the treatment protocols that we, as clinicians, have utilized over the years. However, there are still those protocols that promote higher levels of functioning and recovery for our clients, but have yet to be supported by scientific evidence. It is our objective to bring forward and address those themes, topics, strategies, tools, and protocols that we know are powerful, transformative, and life-altering for our clients and their families. As a peer review committee makes the selections for Symposium 2011, they will be selecting a balance of the two categories. Another consideration is the speaker’s experience and credentials to speak on the abstract submitted. Protocols should have application in both an outpatient and an inpatient treatment setting. We are seeking abstract submittals for 3 hour intensive sessions.

We will use an online submittal process again this year. Only the submittals that are complete will be considered. The call will open June 1, 2010 and remain open until September 15, 2010. You will be required to submit the following information:

  • Presentation title, method (didactic, experiential etc.), length (3 hours)
  • Presenter’s Information – must submit for ALL presenters
    Names, degrees, licenses, current affiliations, and a recent professional photograph in electronic format (jpeg).
  • Updated CVs for all presenters which includes current mailing and email addresses, and all phone numbers
  • Proposal Syllabus
    Brief presentation abstract describing presentation ideas, themes, and goals
  • Three (3) behaviorally measurable learning objectives. Please note: measurable learning objectives must complete the statement: “Following this presentation, participants will be able to identify, utilize, explain…”
  • Brochure description (approximately 50 words)
  • Outline of presentation content
  • Brief biographies for all presenters. including descriptions of your professional experience including your current title, professional affiliation, relevant publications, organizations, private practice address, and areas of expertise. (100 words maximum—to be used in the program book)
  • Three (3) references from journals or books published in the last 5 years, which are relevant to the effectiveness of the program content. No self-referencing please.
  • List of 14 questions (7 multiple choice and 7 true/false) which can be answered by workshop participants upon conclusion of presentation.
  • You will be asked to accept the following conditions for submittal: - I understand that if my presentation is accepted, I must register for the iaedp™ Symposium, that my picture will be used for any/all promotion materials, and that my proposal will not be considered if the required documentation is not complete and/or if it is received after the submission deadline

Questions to:

Returning Proposal Submitter Login
View/Edit/Withdraw an exisiting proposal:

ID:      Password:   

Techincal Support

iaedp™ PO Box 1295 Pekin, IL 61555-1295 1-800-800-8126
The International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals Foundation (iaedp) is a 501(c)3 non profit organization.