The National Wellness Institute is accepting breakout session proposals for its 40th Annual National Wellness Conference (NWC), which will take place June 15-18, 2015, on the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (West Bank) campus in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Session content should focus on current research, theory, and/or best and promising practices in health promotion and wellness. All proposals are peer-reviewed and must be submitted through the online submission form at http://www.nationalwellness.org/NWCProposals by October 1, 2014.
The Conference is a one-of-a-kind event where wellness professionals from a myriad of settings (e.g., worksites, community and public health organizations, healthcare facilities, educational programs, faith communities) can participate in research-based and best-practices learning opportunities and intensive skill-building programs, develop networking communities, engage in wellness activities for personal growth and renewal, and experience a wellness immersion unlike any other.
NWI seeks diversity in programming with sessions focusing on all Six Dimensions of Wellness: Emotional, Occupational, Physical, Social (includes Environmental), Intellectual, and Spiritual. Additionally, NWI has a strong commitment to diversity and supports its inclusion in all of its educational programming and presentations and encourages the submission of proposals that address best practices in diversity training and multicultural competencies for wellness professionals in working with all populations. Conference tracks include Coaching; Community Wellness; Higher Education; Integrative Health/Mind-Body-Spirit; Legal, Business, and Marketing; Personal Renewal; Physical Wellness; Public Health/Clinical; Wellness for Special Populations; and Worksite Wellness.
For complete details regarding proposal requirements, session track descriptions, presenter benefits, and more, see the NWC 2015 Proposal Submission Guidelines on http://www.nationalwellness.org/NWCProposals.
National Wellness Institute
PO Box 827
Stevens Point WI 54481
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