29th Annual Medical Surgical Conference ‘Call for Abstracts’ now open!
This is a great opportunity for nurses working on evidence based practice projects, quality projects, and research projects to present at the 2019 Medical Surgical Conference April 4 and 5, in San Francisco, California.
Share research, evidence-based practices, lessons learned and fresh approaches to Medical–Surgical Nursing Practice.
First-time and seasoned presenters are encouraged to submit an abstract for a concurrent session for the Medical Surgical 29th Annual Conference.
The Medical Surgical Planning Committee welcomes abstracts from nurses on new, innovative and practical approaches that can be used in a variety of nursing practices.
Educational tracks at the 2019 Annual Conference include:
- Clinical Practice
- Health Policy
- Performance Improvement
All Submissions MUST be sent in ONE DOCUMENT to [email protected] by OCT 15, 2018 at 11:59pm Pacific time with the subject line 2019 ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS
To Submit an Abstract you must be able to present at the conference April 4 or 5, 2019 in San Francisco, CA
You will only be notified if you are selected. Notification will be done by email on November 6, 2018
The primary presenter and one co-presenter (if applicable) will receive a 50% discount to attend either one or two-days of the conference if chosen to present a speaker session.
Required information and documents
- Name (s), credentials, personal address, email, and phone number.
- Speaker session description
- Limit 25 words
- Short description of the session with objectives
- May be used in promotional materials on our website if accepted
- 250 word limit
- Addresses essential component of the presentation (reviewers should be able to evaluate the content of the presentation)
- Concise and cohesive
- Speaker Bio
- Required for each speaker
- 100 word limit
- For use at Conference if presentation selected
- For use on website if selected
- Two to three references
- Evidence based practice/peer reviewed journals, clinical guidelines, best practices
- Current (no older than five years) unless considered a classic work
- Publication information in a format such as APA