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NTNP CE Conference - Call for Poster Presentation Abstracts!

Posted 5 months ago by Robert Metzger

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NTNP CE Conference  - Call for Poster Abstracts!

The NTNP Annual CE Conference is scheduled for April 4, 2020 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 March 1, 2020. The primary or one designated author of accepted abstracts will receive discounted conference registration.
  • The 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 the 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
  • The deadline for abstracts is February 10, 2020.

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 an 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 a minimum: Purpose, Background & Significance, Method, Results, and Conclusions
  • Abstracts from evidence-based practice integration, creative solutions, or process improvements should include at a minimum: Purpose, description, methods, evaluation, and outcomes.
  • Best practices abstracts should include at a minimum: Purpose, description, and practice pearls, new or novel management of a condition.

To obtain an abstract submission form, click here: 2020 NTNP CE Conference Poster Abstract