Thursday, July 25, 2024

Submission Rating Criteria

Submission Rating Criteria and the Scoring Rubric

Review criteria used to evaluate submissions:
Oral presentations at the AHSRA conference are peer reviewed. We will also have a poster session for those submissions that are not accepted into the oral sessions.

Proposal submissions must include the following information:
  • Name and contact information for the person(s) making the submission
  • A title and one-page presentation summary (250–500 words, not including title and names)
  • A 50-word abstract suitable for printing in the final program
  • A list of references/bibliography, which includes some sources published within the past five years
 Criteria for a successful proposal includes:
  • The proposal offers a rationale that the presentation will add to the body of knowledge currently available on the topic addressed.
  • The proposal includes a practical component that participants can readily apply in practice, ministry or service.
  • The proposal is clearly informed by the current literature.
  • The concepts in the proposal are clear and the proposal is understandable and well-organized.
  • The proposal includes high-quality data that was appropriately collected and analyzed (or the analysis plan is appropriate and reasonable).
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