Webinar – Writing a Winning Abstract (FREE)

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“Writing a Winning Abstract: A Walk through the Abstract Submission Process with our International Nursing Colleagues”

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Horowitz, June-23June Horowitz, PhD, RN, FAAN
Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Research & Professor
University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth
North Dartmouth, Massachusetts USA

 

 

Helene MoriartyHelene Moriarty, PhD, RN, FAAN
Professor
Villanova University College of Nursing
Villanova, Pennsylvania USA
Nurse Researcher
Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA

 

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The purpose of this webinar is to walk you through the process of abstract development and submission to help you create an excellent abstract for submission for the 13th International Family Nursing Conference in Pamplona, Spain. Samples of abstracts for different types of work will be shared. Tips on what to include under each abstract heading will be highlighted. The goal is that your abstract will be accepted for the conference! The abstract submission deadline is October 7, 2017. Ample time for audience input and questions will be provided during the webinar.

Who Should Attend

Nurses who are thinking about presenting papers or posters at the 13th International Family Nursing Conference.  Nurses from around the world who are engaged or interested in family research, practice, education, and policy are encouraged to present.

Learning Objectives
  • Review sample abstracts for varied types of projects (e.g., quantitative and qualitative studies, methodological papers, educational and clinical projects) to identify key components of successful abstracts.
  • Participate in the process of refining abstracts for increased clarity and organization, and scientific rigor.
  • Identify the major steps in the online abstract submission process

 

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