TNP 2018 Webinar Abstract Submissions
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Instructions for Submitting Webinar Abstracts

TNP Call for Hot Topic Webinars

PLEASE READ THROUGH TO END BEFORE SUBMITTING AN ABSTRACT

IMPORTANT REMINDERS 

  • All presentations must be bias-free (i.e. no industry/pharmaceutical slides) and, for this reason, presentation slides may need to be reviewed in advance. 
  • Note the number of minutes spent on each objective, 3 to 5 objectives for webinars
  • Note the number of minutes that RX will be discussed on each objective.
  • Note that there will be special consideration given to those webinars that meet any/multiple Board of Nursing Requirements ie J=Jurisprudence, E=Ethics, CS=Controlled Substance and G=Geriatrics

ABSTRACT SELECTION PROCESS

The TNP Education Committee will review all speaker abstracts submitted. The Education Committee will make selections based on abstract content, speaker qualifications, and content related to the interest of nurse practitioners. 

Presenters will be notified via email if their abstract is accepted. In order to be considered, you must DOWNLOAD both forms below. SAVE them to your computer. RE-OPEN the file on your computer. COMPLETE the information and RESAVE, and submit them with your application:      

Speaker Bio Form

Speaker Disclosure Form

 

ABSTRACT REVIEW CRITERIA  

Topic is relevant to TNP’s mission, vision and values (for more information go to www.texasnp.org and click on mission).

Content supports TNP’s major agenda topics including advanced practice, leadership, research, etc.

Content is precise, comprehensive, current and applicable.

Content is appropriate for advanced practice registered nurses.

 

PRESENTER HONORARIUM

Presenters receive a $300 TNP credit for a 1 hour webinar. Speakers will be provided an opportunity to donate their speaker honorarium back to TNP.

 















































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