NOFSW Call for Submissions Submission Form
National Organization of Forensic Social Work
Phone (608)561-2997, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOFSW Annual Conference: June 11-14, 2019
Las Vegas, NV
Accepting abstracts through February 1, 2019
Forensic Social Work: Seeking Ethical Solutions in
From clinical service provision to international politics, forensic social workers are on the front lines of complicated, interprofessional and multi-client systems. NOFSW's 36th annual conference will focus on practical, ethical, and evidence-based solutions for forensic social work. Concepts related to interprofessional partnerships, ethical dissonance and complex decision making, and applied solutions for healthy and productive forensic work will be our primary foci. Join us - June 10-14, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada - as together, we take the next steps forward to promote ethical forensic social work across the globe.
Workshops, panels and paper presentations will be presented June 12-14, 2019. Posters will be presented at the Opening Reception, Wednesday, June 12, 2019.
Preference will be given to submissions that highlight programs, policies and activities that present solutions (proven or in development) to current challenges faced by forensic social workers in their practice.
Presenters and/or their organizations will be responsible for registering for the NOFSW annual conference (presenters are eligible to register at a discounted rate) and for any associated travel and hotel expenses, as well as all materials to deliver their presentations, and shipping and/or printing costs. Presenters will be provided projectors and screens, but must supply their own laptop computers to connect to projector.
Presenters will be expected to provide NOFSW with handout material (PowerPoint slides, poster, reference material, contact information, etc.) in electronic format no later than 5/21/2019.
If the presenter wishes to sell books, recordings, or other products/services at his/her presentation or at the conference, the presenter must request permission from NOFSW no later than 5/1/2019.