Call for Abstracts: 2010 CANS State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research

Call for Abstracts: 2010 State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research, Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science (CANS), September 27th – 29th, 2010 – Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C.

Call Open: Monday, August 3, 2009 – Submission Deadline: Friday, January 15, 2010

Detailed information at: http://aan.confex.com/aan/cans10/cfp.cgi 

Overview: In an effort to showcase advances in nursing science and influence the national health care agenda, the Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science (the Council) invites you to submit an abstract for the landmark biennial 2010 State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research happening September 27th – 29th at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.

The Council’s mission is to promote “better health through nursing science” and act as a national networking and advocacy entity for nursing scientists and supporters of nursing science. At the Conference, nurse researchers from around the country and the world will join with clinical experts, nursing research funders, health care policy makers and academic leaders to dialogue about the impact of emerging scientific discoveries and the state of nursing science.

We welcome abstracts from all interested parties; membership in the Council is not a requirement.

Purpose:

  • Create an international forum for dialogue on advances in nursing science related to nursing and health care practice.
  • Disseminate research findings that can influence health care practice, education, research and policy.
  • Influence the future agenda of nursing research.

General Guidelines: The Planning Committee is seeking papers, posters and symposia that best exemplify the state of nursing and health care science in a focused area of study, including methodological innovations, research technologies and interdisciplinary research. Investigators should submit abstracts derived from completed research only and should clearly specify the contributions of the work to the current state of nursing and health care science. Areas of special interest include translational/implementation science, technology, behavioral change and research to policy.

Presentation Options:

Podium Presentation (20 minutes total; 15-minute presentation with 5-minute question/answer; One presenter per abstract)

Symposium Presentation (60 – 90 minutes total; Minimum of 3 and maximum of 5 total abstracts of related research; One session organizer and 3-5 presenters)

Poster Presentation (Display Board only, no use of AV; Informal oral presentation during designated session times; A 4’x 4’ area on a posterboard will be provided. Posters larger than 4’x 4’ will not be accommodated. Presenters should bring materials to affix their poster to the board as they will not be provided onsite.)

Note: The submission choices are Podium Only; Symposium; Poster Only; Podium or Poster. Submitters will indicate their preference during the submission process.

Submission Deadline: To be considered for the program, submit abstracts according to the instructions by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 15, 2010 (EST).

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3 Responses

  1. Hello:
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  2. Greeting of Peace and goodwill!

    Good day sir. I am a senior Nursing Student from the University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines. I am interested in presenting our poster at your said conference event.

    Our study is about caregiving appraisal. We have developed a module similar to the WHO’s IMCI that is essentially designed for use by the spouse caregivers of stroke patients.

    We now ask your good office what the requirements are in order for us to be able to present at your conference.

    Our passion for caring and love for nursing made us want to go as far as this and share whatever we have experienced and learned to the Global Village. Also, we would want to share our module for use by the caregivers around the world. I hope humanity can benefit from our study, as stroke rates are now increasing worldwide; what with all the unhealthy practices done by modern people.

    I hope I can get a response from you soon.

    Thank you very much and more power!

    Respectfully,

    Clark Edward Uytico

  3. Mr. Uytico: This Web log merely serves as a clearinghouse for nurse writers; you will need to contact the conference organizers who are identified in the blog article. Best of luck!

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