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The conference will bring together nurse leaders, clinicians and educators from around the globe to discuss the critical role of nursing in the strengthening of health systems. More information about sessions, speakers, and registration will be posted soon.

Nurses: A Force for Change: Improving Health Systems’ Resilience

Date
October 14, 2016 - October 15, 2016
Time
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Pre-registration required?
Yes
Registration closed?
No

Join us in Boston on October 14th and 15th for Nurses: A force for change: Improving health systems’ resilience.

The conference will bring together nurse leaders, clinicians and educators from around the globe to discuss the critical role of nursing in the strengthening of health systems.

More information about sessions, speakers, and registration will be posted soon.

Call for Abstracts and Lightning Talks

Abstract categories

  • Research: Research relevant to global health with a focus to health systems strengthening
  • Practice Improvement/Program Evaluation: Health systems improvement/evaluation/implementation science
  • Lightning Talks: Health systems innovation/advocacy/interprofessional collaborations: Do you have an innovative advocacy idea or other exciting global health activity you want to share? These brief (5 minutes) lightning talks are a great opportunity for first-time presenters. Learn more about giving lightning talks here.

How to Apply

Abstract submission is now open. Submission deadline is September 15. 

To submit an abstract, download the form in either PDF or Word format: PDF, Word Document

After completing the form, please save and upload it at http://seedglobalhealth.org/nursing-conference/.

Abstracts should be no longer than 350 words and include the following headings: Introduction/Background, Objectives, Description of Project, and Outcomes/Implications for Global Health Nursing.

Lightning Talks and Innovation/Advocacy Pearls: Submit a 100-word description of your idea. The purpose of a lightning talk is to make a salient point and explain it as quickly as possible. That’s it!