Call for Presentations

Montana Gerontology Society encourages members and colleagues to share their expertise in the field of aging with others in the form of presentations during the Annual MGS Conference.  This year’s theme is “A Team Approach to Aging Well”.  Keynotes speakers will address the topics of geriatric suicide prevention and safe prescribing of medications for the elderly population.

The goal of the conference is to offer presentations that address community members, work force and healthcare professionals in the care of the aging population. We are interested in ANY and ALL presentation ideas related to the field of aging. If you have a great presentation we would love to have you share it!  Presentations are scheduled for 60 minute intervals (student presentations are 30 minute intervals), and run throughout various times of the two day conference.

As a Conference presenter, you will:

  • Receive a discount on the conference registration.
  • Have the opportunity to meet, network, and share your expertise with aging service professionals who want to learn about your topic.
  • Have your name and business affiliation published in conference materials and on the Montana Gerontology Society conference web site.
  • Present as a volunteer.

Completion of the Presenter Information Form will provide us with what we need to make final determinations about speakers and topics. The form may also be completed and submitted online (click below).

**Deadline Extended through January 5, 2020**

Please complete this form by December 16, 2019.

The Presenters Committee will be reviewing the proposed presentations, and if you are chosen to present, we will notify you. You will also be asked to fill out the forms for Continuing Education Unit (CEU) requirements for various disciplines.

We sincerely thank you for your interest in volunteering as a speaker for the 2020 MGS Conference.

MGS Conference Planning Committee

Roxanne Klose, MGS President-Elect, Conference Coordinator

Terry Egan, Conference Co-Chair

Gayle Hudgins, Conference Co-Chair