IAIABC 105th Convention: Call for Proposals

The IAIABC Convention addresses the current policy, regulatory, and administrative challenges and opportunities affecting workers' compensation around the world through a combination of presentations, discussion forums and roundtables, committee meetings, and social events.

This year, the IAIABC is accepting proposals for sessions at the Convention. The theme for the 105th Convention is "Rewire." "Rewire" is challenging us to think differently about how workers' compensation is administered and regulated; consider new solutions to policy challenges; and be open to new new technologies that could improve workers' compensation and outcomes for its stakeholders. Proposals are encouraged to align with the theme. 

Timeline
Proposals will be accepted March 12 through April 26. Selection decisions will be made by May 24.

Speaking at the IAIABC Convention
Convention sessions are most likely to occur on Wednesday, October 23 and Thursday, October 24. Monday and Tuesday are typically reserved for committee meetings and discussion forums. 

Learn more about being a speaker at the IAIABC Convention

Types of Sessions

There are three types of sessions the IAIABC is accepting proposals for: presentation, panel, and workshop.

Read descriptions on the session types


Proposal Submission Form

Please provide session information below. 

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Session Information


Please limit your session name to 10 words or less.


Please include a description for your session (100 words or less). What issues will you be addressing? What impact does this have on the industry? What stakeholder groups will be interested in the session?

Please include 3-5 learning objectives for your session. What should attendees expect to take away from your session?

Speaker Information


Please include information about speaker(s) below. If you are proposing a panel, please include a moderator.

Contact Information


Please include information below for the main contact for the proposal.