Mark your calendars for the first storytelling session at JADPRO Live!
Listen to your advanced practice peers speak openly about what has scared them, thrilled them, and changed their outlook during their time caring for patients at this informal evening event. Learn from shared experiences, interact with other attendees, and be supported in your growth with extraordinary stories from advanced practitioners.
To be considered as a storyteller, submit a 200-word summary outlining a personal story you'd like to tell on stage.
Check out our tips on how to prepare and present a story.
Visual elements are not permitted on stage, but a monitor with your notes may be supplied.
Due to time restrictions, 3–4 speakers will be invited for 8–10 minute stage time.
Your story should be true, but it is recommended to change names for patient/colleague confidentiality. Please note that a storytelling session is NOT a rant, therapeutic exercise, chance to discuss a political platform, or stand-up comedy. Stories should reflect real, lived experiences: make the audience laugh, make them cry, but always be authentic.
Storytellers will be selected and notified by mid-October.