CFP: Innovation, Dissemination, Translation (ENRS)

2018 Annual Scientific Sessions

Celebrating 30 Years of Nursing Science: Building a Legacy of Innovation, Dissemination and Translation April 11-13, 2018 – Newark, NJ

ENRS invites you to submit a workshop proposal for the 2018 Annual Scientific Sessions.

The topic you select may vary but should be relevant to the mission of ENRS “Promoting Health through Nursing Research” and the 2018 conference theme and objectives:

Celebrating 30 Years of Nursing Science:

Building a Legacy of Innovation, Dissemination and Translation

Objectives:

1.  Examine innovative programs of research in which nursing perspectives have made significant contributions to advancing the quality of care to individuals, families and communities.

2.  Propose innovative strategies for dissemination and translation of nursing science into practice.

3.  Explore theoretical and methodological perspectives of nursing science including dissemination and translation of nursing science into practice.

ENRS WORKSHOPS are held concurrently during the first afternoon of the conference. Each are one hour in length. Interested parties should complete the Concurrent Workshop Proposal Form. Please submit the application by Friday, September 29, 2017. Accepted applications will be notified in mid-November. Historically, two standing workshops include: 1) an NINR update and 2) an Editors’ Presentation. You may review the previously covered conference topics on our website as a guide.

*Please note: ENRS does not provide honoraria for workshop presenters.

Victoria Vaughan Dickson, PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN

2018 Conference Chair and President-Elect

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