Call for Abstracts - NEW for 2019 Call for oral and poster abstracts combined
Nursing of Children Network's (NCN) 16th Annual Regional Pediatric Nursing Conference invites you to share your ideas, expertise, and research on clinical, psychosocial, and professional topics that will enhance the pediatric nurse's knowledge and skill.
Topics pertinent to the development of pediatric nurse's knowledge or growth and development
Topics pertinent to the seasoned nurse (>20 years of experience) in the areas of clinical care, ambulatory care, trauma, leadership and professional development are especially desired and will be given preferential consideration over more basic content.
Enhances foundation for clinical decision making or stimulates thinking about practice
Clinical interventions discussed within theoretical, research, or evidence based perspective
Insightful application or creative/original solution to pediatric problem
Innovative strategies for teaching patients and families
New for 2019, you have the option to let us know how you would like to present! Choose from one or a combination of the following options:
50-60 concurrent session presentation
on a clinical, leadership or professional development topic
15-20 minute oral abstract presentation
(e.g. clinical case presentations or research or QI project results)
The deadline to submit an abstract is March 30, 2019. Call for Abstracts has been Extended until April 15!
Acceptance notices and further instructions will be sent in mid-May.
The Conference Planning Committee will make final decisions as to the form of the presentation.
We look forward to receiving your abstract!
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THE SOCIETY OF PEDIATRIC NURSES & THE NURSING OF CHILDREN NETWORK
The Nursing of Children Network (NCN) is the local chapter of the Society of Pediatric Nurses (SPN). SPN is the only non-specialty professional nursing organization dedicated to pediatric patients and their families. The local chapter, NCN, offers opportunities for mentoring, education programs, community outreach projects, and other professional activities. All NCN members must be members of the national organization, SPN. To download an SPN application, visit the SPN website at www.pedsnurses.org