Instructions for Submitting Abstracts
DNP Conference: May 18, 2019 in Austin
Submission Deadline: February 15, 2019
PLEASE READ THROUGH TO END BEFORE SUBMITTING AN ABSTRACT
Texas DNP, along with Texas Nurse Practitioners, invites you to submit an abstract for a Poster Presentation at our upcoming conference on May 18, 2019. Selected abstracts will be invited to present as a podium poster presentation.
The theme of the conference is: Building New Bridges - Driving New Partnerships
- All presentations must be bias-free (i.e. no industry/pharmaceutical slides)
- Abstracts should represent completed works or projects
- If your work or project is not completed, please specify an anticipated completion date.
- Work previously submitted at other venues remains acceptable for submission to this conference.
- Submission will close on Friday, February15, 2019 at 5 pm CST.
ABSTRACT SELECTION PROCESS
Texas DNP Board Members will review all poster abstracts submitted. Selections will be made based on abstract content, speaker qualifications and content related to the interest of the DNP conference curriculum. Texas DNP encourages the submission of DNP-student scholarly project works.
Presenters will be notified by the first week of March 2019 if the abstract is accepted. In order to be considered, you must download the two forms below, and submit them with your application:
Speaker Bio Form
Speaker Disclosure Form
***If you fill the forms out on the computer, make sure the information is saved before submitting them***
ABSTRACT REVIEW CRITERIA
Submission must include:
1. Contact information for all presenters
2. Abstract Title
3. Objectives (3-5)
4. Abstract: 500 words; to include background, methods, results or outcomes, and discussion.
Topic is relevant to Texas DNP mission and values. For more information: www.texasdnp.com
Content supports the Texas DNP Conference major agenda topics, including clinical and advance practice, policy, education and program development, administration and executive practice, and leadership.
TOPICS OF INTEREST
Leadership and Administration
Clinical or Advanced Practice
Education or Program Development