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Abstract Submission is Open!

 

The International Conference on Forensic Nursing Science and Practice is an opportunity for forensic nursing clinicians and researchers to exchange knowledge and discuss new approaches to practice. Be part of this important conversation and share your experience with your colleagues!

Deadlines:

30-minute research / EBP sessions:

11:59 p.m. (EST) March 8, 2019

 

90-minute concurrent sessions:

11:59 p.m. (EST) March 8, 2019

 

Poster sessions:

11:59 p.m. (EST) April 30, 2019

 
 

 

From the Call for Abstracts:

 

Presentations by national forensic nursing experts, science from other disciplines with relevance in forensic nursing, national and international standards, cutting-edge forensic nursing research and evidence-based practice are the foundational elements of the International Conference on Forensic Nursing Science and Practice Conference. This year’s conference seeks to offer opportunities for nurses, researchers, nursing leaders, educators, law enforcement, policy makers, and all related professionals to share important knowledge and experiences that have implications in forensic nursing science.


Abstracts are invited for three categories: 30-minute research and evidence-based practice sessions, 90-minute concurrent sessions and poster sessions. Submissions can be:

  • Theory (presenting practice or theoretical concepts as analysis or framework),

  • Practice (presenting quality improvement projects, programmatic or practice projects, or case study), or

  • Research to practice (original or duplicative research supporting forensic nursing principles combined with their application in forensic nursing practice as evidence-based practice projects). Both qualitative and quantitative research projects are encouraged.
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    In addition to traditional submissions, we also welcome and encourage:

  • Panel presentations, whereby several people present on the same topic during a single concurrent 90-minute session.

  •  NEW: 30 minute Research/Evidence-Based Practice Sessions, whereby new knowledge and findings from applied knowledge can be disseminated

  • Students at ALL levels, first-time presenters, and researchers whose work is not yet complete, for poster submissions. 
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    Of particular interest are abstracts that will increase the use or application of scientific knowledge as a basis for forensic nursing practice. Research presentations and evidence-based practice projects focusing on methodological and/or development of technological aspects of research are invited. Research presentations that will be meaningful to nurses in practice, educators, and other researchers are encouraged. Clinical topics should support evidence-based practice in forensic nursing. You are also encouraged to assemble and submit panel presentations, whereby several people present on the same topic during a single concurrent session.

     

    Learn more about conference tracks and full submission details.

     


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