The National League for Nursing Fifth Annual Technology Conference: “Health Information Technology; Meaningful Uses in Nursing Education” October 29-31, 2010, Fairbanks Hall on the Indiana University Campus, Indianapolis, IN
The NLN Technology Conference showcases state-of-the-art applications of simulation, e-learning, informatics, and telehealth. Learn about the federally funded HRSA HITS Scholar Program, Second Life, and more. When you are current on developments in technology and informatics, you will be able to prepare students to function in today’s technology-rich health care environment.
CALL FOR TABLETOP POSTER ABSTRACTS
Abstract submissions are invited for research projects and innovative teaching strategies using technology. Topics include, but are not limited to, e-learning, simulation, telehealth, and integration of informatics into the curriculum.
Review and Selection Process for the 2010 Technology Conference. All abstracts will be peer reviewed through a competitive selection process. Submissions must identify contact information – email, affiliation, and phone number – for the primary presenter, and the name and credentials of any co-presenters. Please be advised that communications from the NLN will be only with the primary presenter, and this person will be expected to communicate with co-presenters, if applicable.
Abstracts must be submitted to the NLN via the online process no later than 4:00 pm (EST) on August 20, 2010. Please note that a confirmation of successful receipt by the NLN will pop-up immediately after you click the Submit button. Please print that pop-up message for your records. If you do not receive the pop up message that your abstract submission was received, please email Caren Goodwin at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive assistance with your submission. The NLN strongly recommends early submission of abstracts for the Technology Conference as the submission deadline is strictly enforced. Abstracts received by the stated deadline will be circulated to a team of reviewers for blind review, and decisions about selection will be made by September 15, 2010. If the primary presenter does not receive notification of a decision by September 15, 2010, please contact Caren Goodwin.
Abstract submission: http://www.nln.org/facultydevelopment/conferences/technology/abstracts/index.htm