NASN is seeking abstracts that support the NASN2018 learning outcomes and incorporate learner-centered strategies.
- Incorporate the principles of the Framework for 21st Century School Nursing PracticeTM into daily practice to advance student and population health.
- Identify school nursing trends that have evolved over the last 50 years of NASN.
- Apply evidence-based best practices that promote student health, academic success and healthy school communities.
Oral presentation submission due date: Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Poster presentation submission due date: Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Due dates are by midnight Eastern time.
To get started:
Read the Abstract Submission Guidelines. These details outline the entire submission process including submission content that will be requested. It is important that you use this outline to draft your submission before starting the submission process.
Read the Abstract Submission Policies. This information includes author agreement statements and NASN's conflict of interest policy so you can determine if the NASN Annual Conference is a good fit for your abstract.
Determine who will create and start the submission process. You MUST be an author to use the online submission form.
What if your submission has multiple authors?
Choose one author to create and start the submission. When the submission is created, additional authors will be added to or listed in the submission. Each author listed in the submission will log into the form to update and complete their author information once the submission has been created. Additional guidelines for authors are provided in the Abstract Submission Guidelines.
What if you are not an author but are an assistant submitting on behalf of an author?
You will not use the online submission form. Contact Deborah Griffin at email@example.com to submit using a different form.
When you are fully ready, access the online submission form.
Contact NASN with questions.
National Association of School Nurses is accredited with distinction as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.