The Call for Sessions has closed. Notifications will be sent to program planners in March.
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics will host FNCE® 2022 in Orlando from October 8-11, 2022. The Academy’s Committee for Lifelong Learning is looking for original ideas and subject matter experts to present advanced level, evidence-based sessions that address current challenges faced by nutrition and dietetics professionals. We welcome proposals that provoke discussion and audience engagement, as well as proposals for solution-oriented sessions. Proposals can be submitted from September 1 through November 16.
For more information and tips about developing a proposal, view the “Best Practices in FNCE® Proposal Development” webinar, as well as the information and links below.
Best Practices in FNCE® Proposal Development Webinar
Roles, Responsibilities and Benefits
Learn more about the duties and benefits associated with Speakers, Moderators and Program Planners.
This resource will help walk you through you determining the most appropriate speakers for your proposed session.
Select the most effective presentation style for your content.
Developing Your Proposal
This guide outlines all components of a session proposal and can help you track your progress.
Proposal Review Criteria
Align your submission with the Committee’s review rubric, which outlines the key elements of a successful proposal, to improve your chances of selection.
DPG/MIG Spotlight Session Details
Dietetic Practice Group and Member Interest Group leaders should review these guidelines before submitting their Spotlight session proposal.
Review these Academy references to enhance your proposal.
2022 Proposal Form
Download this form to compile information before entering it into the submission site. Please note: proposals must be submitted electronically via the submission site to be considered; the site opens on September 1.
Call for Abstracts
The Academy is seeking brief, written summaries of specific ideas or concepts to be presented, and a statement of their relevance to practice or research.