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2019 NTNP CE Conference - Poster Abstract Submission

Posted 15 days ago by Robert Metzger

NTNP CE Conference  - Call for Poster Abstracts!

The NTNP Annual CE Conference is scheduled for April 6,  2019 in Dallas

Sharing new knowledge, integration of evidence-based practice, creative solutions to problems, or other improvements is a fantastic way to enhance the learning experiences of others and to help build your own portfolio of scholarly works. We invite you to submit a poster abstract for presentation at the conference. 

General Information:

  • Members, nonmembers, and students are invited to submit a poster abstract.
  • Authors of accepted abstracts will be notified by email no later than February 18th, 2019. The primary or one designated author of accepted abstracts will receive discounted conference registration.
  • Presenter of accepted abstracts must agree to be present during the “meet the authors” sessions during the conference day. In the case of multiple, at least one must be present.
  • The preferred size of poster is 36x48” although other sizes will be accepted. The presenter names and affiliations should appear on the poster.
  • Presenters can bring an easel and foam board or can have a tri-fold board mounted poster which will be displayed on a provided table.
  • Abstracts should be sent by email to ahuffman@twu.edu
  • Deadline for abstracts is February 4, 2019.

Poster Abstract Criteria:

  • Abstracts/Posters may represent Research, Evidence-Based Practice Implementation, Creative Solutions, Process Improvement, or Best Practices. Case Study and Program Evaluation posters will also be considered. Permission from agency, co-author or co-workers may be requested.
  • It is preferred that when appropriate, research or work has been completed with identified outcomes; however, works in progress will also be considered.
  • Research poster abstracts must include proof of human subject review.
  • Research poster abstracts should address at minimum: Purpose, Background & Significance, Method, Results and Conclusions
  • Abstracts from evidence-based practice integration, creative solutions, or process improvements should include at minimum: Purpose, description, methods, evaluation, and outcomes.
  • Best practices abstracts should include at minimum: Purpose, description, and practice pearls, new or novel management of a condition.

To obtain an abstract submission form, click here: 2019 NTNP CE Conference Poster Abstract