Call for Abstract Submissions

NASN is seeking abstracts that support the NASN2020 learning outcomes and incorporate learner-centered strategies.

The abstract submission form will open on August 15, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern.

NASN2020 Learning outcomes

  • Identify three emerging student health trends that impact your student population and a resource that can be used to learn more on those topics.
  • Articulate two new evidence-based practices learned at conference that will be used to promote student health, social and academic success, or healthy communities.
  • Identify three potential new partners/partnerships to collaborate with to advance student health and the role of the school nurse as a health leader in the school setting.
  • Distinguish two ways current practice of care, data collection, or policy development differs from the information presented at conference and develop a plan to change at least one practice.
  • Apply one new concept regarding advocacy and data that can be used to articulate to educators and decision-makers about the role of the school nurse in the 21st century.
  • Identify two new resources from NASN and exhibitors that can be used to improve practice.

NASN2020 Abstract Deadlines

2020 oral presentation submission due date: Thursday, October 10, 2019

2020 poster presentation submission due date: Thursday, February 6, 2020

Due dates are by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST).

How to Submit

  1. Read the Abstract Submission Guidelines: Use these as a guide to collect the information you need before you start the online form.

  2. Read the Abstract Submission Policies: The abstract submitter and any co-author(s) must agree to these policies.  Be sure to read these thoroughly.

  3. Choose one author to start the submission process: Read more about authors on the abstract submission guidelines. 

  4. When you have completed the steps above, go to the submission platform.  

Contact NASN with questions.

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