Apply to present in the Beehive
Beehive presentation applications are being accepted until June 15. Don't miss this opportunity to share your work with others in the complex care field in Boston November 1-3. Learn more and apply now.
Boston Park Plaza, Boston, MA
We are currently seeking proposals for Beehive presentations for Putting Care at the Center 2023. These requests for proposals (RFPs) are open to leaders, practitioners, students, researchers, advocates, and others wishing to share open–source resources and tools, innovative programs and partnerships, field experiences, and significant research findings.
- Priority will be given to presenters who have lived experience of complex health and social needs, and presenters from underrepresented and/or marginalized communities.
- Presenters are encouraged to ground their content in relevant complex careframeworks, including the Blueprint for Complex Care, the complex care ecosystem, and the complex care core competencies.
- Presentations should recognize the complexity of systems and institutions, including the impact of structural racism.
- Recognizing the diversity of the audience, presentations should be appropriate for attendees from different sectors, disciplines, and professions.
What is the Beehive?
Beehive submission guidelines
The Beehive is the innovation and semi-structured networking space at the conference. The goal is to share emerging knowledge, experience, strategy, and challenges with and among attendees, and secure new allies and potential collaborators.
Beehive presentations should aim to raise relevant issues, showcase research and innovation related to complex care, and facilitate exchange and conversation with a diverse audience of practitioners and people with lived experience from across the country.
Presentation topics may span:
- care delivery,
- data and evaluation,
- policy and advocacy,
- program design and operations,
- leadership and collaboration,
- and/or community engagement and consumer partnership.
Beehive presentations should be 1:1 or conducive to small group conversations, and can highlight:
- evaluation findings,
- best practices,
- tools and resources, and
- other discussion prompts
There are two ways to participate in the Beehive:
- Poster presentations: Posters are physical displays highlighting patient cases, programs, research, and case studies of interest to conference attendees. Posters should be educational in nature and not promote a particular product or service.
- Tabletop presentations: Participants share an open-source resource, model, tool, technology, or program they have developed and/or implemented that other attendees can apply in their programs and organizations.