Abstracts Sought for CC34
It's time to put your ideas forward for possible inclusion at the Thirty-Fourth Coalition Conference to be held in Covington, Kentucky in 2022.
We invite abstract submissions for presentations on topics relevant to evidence-based APRN practice, including clinical practice topics, research, public policy, business, education and leadership.
We are actively recruiting abstracts for educational sessions, workshops, panels or poster presentation.
The Kentucky Association of Nurse Practitioners and Nurse-Midwives is very excited to introduce this opportunity for sharing ideas at the KANPNM Annual Meeting. The electronic system is now open and will close on June 13, 2021. All abstracts will be peer-reviewed by Education Committee members.
The official notifications for ALL ABSTRACTS will be emailed after the first week in August 2021.
This will be followed by a final e-mail containing presentation date/time and will be sent by the end of September of 2021, to all accepted presenters.
There is one abstract site and submission date for all presentation formats. All abstract submitters will have a podium or poster option from which to choose.
Students are encouraged to submit posters describing scholarly projects, service learning innovations and Masters or DNP Projects or PhD dissertations.
We expect all interested presenters to submit their abstract according to the track which most closely relates to their topic.
The "General Guidelines" for Abstract Submissions are available from the link at the conclusion of this article. Make note of the submission guidelines shown above and be aware that abstracts that are incomplete, late or not consistent with the format will not be considered.
KANPNM is committed to being a diverse and inclusive association that reflects the communities that we serve.
Abstracts submitted for educational sessions and workshops and in addition to general topic content and management should include (to the extent possible for your topic) discussion of health disparities, health inequities or the role of social determinants of health. Here are some suggestions for how you can include this content in your abstracts.
Briefly include one or more:
Define and describe health disparities and contextualize health inequities in this presentation
Discuss the implications of demographic trends for health inequities
Explain how cultural biases may shape clinical encounters
Address the need to assess individuals and families based upon psycho/social/cultural/political/spiritual perspective
All general abstracts submitted for oral presentation must go beyond appropriate APRN core competencies or show “new” or updated learning (updated management, guidelines, new research, new models, etc), and have appropriate documentation of references.
Include at least 6 references dated within the past five years, from peer-reviewed, refereed journals or texts are required with the abstract submission.
Topics relevant to clinical practice, research, education, health policy, leadership and business that expand on current practice or introduce novel approaches to care are sought.
If you have a topic, project or presentation that you would like to submit for consideration by the Education Committee, click here to read official guidelines and begin the submission process.