In this time of change, it is essential to provide meaning, encouragement, and ways to support our students, faculty, and allied health professions during the COVID 19 Pandemic. The National Society of Allied Health works to decrease biases, offer the right level of support and engage and maintain students on the path to graduation and a career, and facilitate faculty development.
Providing a venue for discourse, learning, and attention on how to navigate through the pandemic will offer time to reflect on what are the best practices to promote. The practices that address the many opportunities and challenges to allied health education posed by COVID 19. We invite all to submit abstracts that provide evidence-based advocacy, policy development, research, and dynamic interventions to demonstrate/discuss what survival and transformation strategies influence allied health education at HBCUs.
Topics may include but are not limited to examining trends in promoting educational strategies using a variety of electronic modes; innovative means to support learning; trends in support of mental health for health professionals, allied health students, and faculty; inter-professional collaboration; integration of teaching and research regarding the emerging trends for student engagement to decrease academic dishonesty; promote student persistence, and to maximize recruitment and retention of students in healthcare for sustainability beyond the COVID 19 pandemic.
Abstracts must be received by Friday, January 14, 2022
Abstract Submission Instructions
Abstracts must be submitted in the following format: