General Track Workshops — PTWC 2019

The General Track of the Trans Wellness Conference provides workshops over a three day period. It was created to educate and empower Trans, Gender Non-Conforming, and Non-Binary individuals on issues of health and well-being, and educate and inform allies and health service providers, and to facilitate networking and community building.

General Track Topic Areas

Proposal Review

Presenter Registration

Equipment, Slides & Handouts

Presenter Responsibilities

Submit a Workshop

General Track Topic Areas

  • Trans female, transfeminine, and trans women (TF)
  • Trans male, transmasculine, and trans men (TM)
  • Intersex
  • Beyond the Binary
  • Sexuality
  • Faith & Spirituality
  • Self-care and Well-being
  • People of Color (African-American, African, African Diaspora)
  • People of Color (Asian Pacific Islander, Asian-
  • American Pacific Islander)
  • People of Color (Latinx)
  • Indigenous and First Nations People
  • International and Immigration
  • Disability
  • Aging
  • Family Members of Transgender People
  • Family and Partners 
We invite you to share your innovative workshop ideas that address the needs of Trans, Gender Non-Conforming, and Non-Binary communities by submitting a workshop proposal today.
 
Each workshop is limited to one (1) in length. If your workshop requires two hours, you may submit two workshop proposals—Part 1 and Part 2 (each one hour long). Please note workshops delivered in 2 parts will have a break scheduled in between.
 
Workshops should not include more than two presenters. Panel discussions should not include more than four panelists. Number of participants/panelists should be noted in your proposal. 
 
All proposals should indicate the intended audience. 
 
Proposals for workshops to be presented at PTWC 2019 must be submitted online by January 14, 2019. Back to the Top
 

Proposal Review

Proposals are reviewed by an interdisciplinary committee. Considerations for selection include T/GNC/NB competencies, innovation and clarity; research/evidence-based content; audience engagement, and the degree to which the proposal reflects the committee’s commitment to representation across race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age and disability. The committee reserves the right to accept or reject proposals at its sole discretion.
 
You will be notified by email of the status of your proposal after February 26, 2019Back to the Top

Presenter Registration

Presenters are required to register for the conference. Registration is free and gives you access to all plenary sessions, general track workshops, and special events/receptions for which there is no published cover charge or donation. 
 
Once your proposal is accepted, you will be emailed a Presenter registration link which includes our online conference registration form. Before your proposal can be approved and scheduled, you and any co-presenters must complete and submit all necessary accreditation paperwork. You will be notified of the deadline upon acceptance (pre-approval).  Back to the Top
 

Equipment, Slides & Handouts

Each workshop room will be equipped with: 
  • easel pad/markers set, 
  • LCD projector and screen,
  • Audio speakers
  • PC 

Presenters are asked to provide presentation materials to support attendees requesting accommodations 2 weeks prior to the conference. Back to the Top

Presenter Responsibilities

Presenters are responsible for making their own travel and hotel arrangements. Presenters are responsible for completing all accreditation paperwork by the submission deadline detailed in the workshop approval email. This includes conflict of interest forms, biographies, abstract/summaries, CVs, and disclosures. Back to the Top

Submit a Workshop

Submission Deadline is January 14, 2019.

To Submit a workshop:

1. Create or login to your  account:

Create an account or login to your account 

2. Submit your workshop below:

Workshop Submission Form

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