2022 Conference Abstract Submissions are now being accepted.
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!
- Administrative & Leadership
- Death Investigation
- General Forensic & Legal
- Intimate Partner Violence
- Psychiatry & Corrections
Abstracts will be accepted for three categories: 30-minute research/evidence-based practice sessions, 90-minute concurrent sessions, and poster sessions. Submissions should be prepared for presentation in one of the following areas:
In addition to traditional submissions, IAFN encourages students at all levels (BSN/MSN/DNP/PhD) to submit a poster presentation, specifically first-time presenters and researchers whose work is in progress. Present an early stage of a doctoral project to receive feedback from scholars and clinicians.
IAFN is particularly interested in abstracts that increase the use or application of scientific knowledge as an evidence base for forensic nursing practice. IAFN encourages research presentations and EBP projects that focus on methodology and/or development. IAFN welcomes research presentations that are meaningful to nurses in practice, education, and research—and clinical topics that support EBP in forensic nursing. IAFN encourages panel presentations, whereby several people present on the same topic during a single concurrent session.
Please note: EACH PRESENTER OF A SELECTED ABSTRACT MUST REGISTER AND PAY TO ATTEND THE IN-PERSON CONFERENCE. Up to two presenters per selected oral abstract
eligible for a discount on the conference registration fee. One presenter per accepted poster
will be eligible for a discount on the conference registration fee.
- Abstracts undergo blind peer review. The review committee may ask the submitter to clarify points within the abstract.
- To ensure the blind-scoring process, the submitter should not include any identifying author or institution information in the body of the abstract summary.
- Each accepted presenter must agree to record audio content to their slides and/or poster in the conference platform, prior to the event.
Need Help Preparing Your Submission?
Watch this online webinar for guidance: Share Your Expertise! Demystifying the IAFN Conference Application (Poster & Podium). Access the IAFN Online Learning Center here (sign in to your IAFN account or create an account), then click on Course Catalog, scroll down to the webinar title, and earn 1.5 contact hours for viewing the video. To view the video with no earned credits, click here.
The abstract summary may be a maximum of 250 words/1850 characters and it is typed directly into the online form. You can begin an abstract, save it, and return later to complete it.