Conference: Save the Date & Call for PresentersTennessee Workers’ Compensation Annual Educational Conference
The annual Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference is the state’s premier workers’ compensation educational event. It is recognized as the largest and most comprehensive gathering of industry professionals in the state convening employers, attorneys, nurse case managers, medical providers, mediators, risk managers, safety professionals, and others from across the southeast. The event will showcase future directions, best practices, stories of successful collaboration and return-to-work strategies, and solutions to industry-wide issues within various program tracks (employer, adjuster, attorney, medical).
Today, we are announcing the dates for our 2023 conference and issuing a Call for Presenters
The 26th edition of the conference, an exclusively in person event, will be held at the Embassy Suites Nashville SE in Murfreesboro on June 14-16.
The Bureau is for looking for thought leaders with engaging and informative presentations that can improve injury outcomes, cooperation between stakeholders and the quality and efficiency of the Tennessee workers' compensation system. Topics should be of interest to an audience of 500+.
Sessions are scheduled for either 60, 75 or 90 minutes and could be placed on the agenda as either general (plenary) sessions or breakout (concurrent) sessions depending on the targeted audience. Single presenters or panels composed of up to three presenters are allowed. Presentation rooms will include a laptop, projector, screen, and microphones.
Requests to present should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and are due by Friday March 31st, 2023. Submissions should include the name(s) of the presenter(s) and a summary of the topic(s) to be discussed. Presenters may submit more than one presentation topic. Presenters will not be paid for their participation. Prior experience in public speaking is required.
- All content presented must be factual, and statistics should be cited and current.
- All copyright permissions must be in place before submission.
- Presentations must not include solicitations on behalf of an individual, vendor, product, or commercial activity.
PowerPoint presentations are preferred and, if selected, must be submitted by Friday June 2nd.
Please contact Jeff Francis, Assistant Administrator of the Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation and event organizer, at email@example.com or 615-253-6269 for additional information.