Call for Presenters
TAHIT’s 12th Annual Symposium
on Language Access
"Overcoming Barriers to Equal Access: Tools for All Healthcare Professionals"
September 21-22, 2018
DoubleTree by Hilton San Antonio Airport
Host City: San Antonio, TX
The Texas Association of Healthcare Interpreters and Translators invites you to submit a presentation proposal for the 12th Annual TAHIT Symposium on Language Access to be held September 21st and 22nd, 2018. San Antonio is the the Gateway to every region of the Lone Star State, deep in the Heart of Texas! Join us for the fun!
The mission of TAHIT’s Annual Symposium on Language Access is to provide up-to-date educational presentations and workshops supporting Language Access in healthcare. The purpose is to bring together medical interpreters, translators, providers, administrators, and healthcare workers for collaboration and an exchange of knowledge.
Your submitted proposal to the 12th Annual TAHIT Symposium should be submitted no later than Friday, May 4th, 2018. Submissions can be made on our website. The Symposium Presentation Committee will notify you by late June if your presentation has been accepted.
Here are some general guidelines for presentation submissions:
- Preference is given to proposals
that are likely to be approved for CEUs by CCHI, IMIA, ATA, RID, etc.
- New, unique and
specific presentations are highly desirable.
- Speakers are
requested to refrain from sales pitches for their own companies or products and
services, or any other companies, organizations, or vendors, etc.
- TAHIT politely
requests industry neutrality and professional respect in presentations with
regard to fellow competitors and other industry members or suppliers.
- While TAHIT will make
every effort to include sound capability, sound incorporated into
presentations, videos, songs, YouTube, etc., technical difficulties can present themselves at any time! Please plan accordingly.
- Free general registration to the 2018 Symposium
- Appreciation of all symposium attendees
- Recognition for your expertise and contributions to Language Access
- Making a difference in Texas and across the US