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Consumer Voice Seeking Session Proposals for Upcoming Conference

May 27, 2015

The National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care has issued a call for session proposals for its upcoming annual conference in November.

The Consumer Voice, which works to improve long-term care quality, is specifically seeking proposals for 75- and 90-minute long sessions.

“Sessions that include more than one perspective or speakers from more than one program are encouraged,” the Consumer Voice website says. More information about the conference, including a submission proposal form, is available at the Consumer Voice website.

Proposals are due by June 26. The conference will be held November 4-7 in Arlington, Virginia.

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