INRC2017
 
 
TNMC & WANS
International Nursing Research Conference 2017
20-22 October 2017
Culture, Co-Creation, and Collaboration for Global Health
 
 

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

We would to invite you to submit research to
the TNMC & WANS International Nursing Research Conference 2017,
on “Culture, Co-creation, and Collaboration for Global Health”
which will be held between 20-22 October 2017 – Bangkok, Thailand.


Download the INRC2017 brochure , here.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  1. Nursing towards emerging issues/ Global health
  2. Intervention/ Innovation in healthcare/ education/ service systems
  3. Cultural diversity in healthcare/ education/ service systems
  4. Collaboration and partnership in healthcare/ education/ service systems
  5. Leadership and management/ policy in health care/ education/ service systems/nursing workforce
  6. Ethics in healthcare/ education/ service systems

Type of work may include:

  1. Research original research or replication studies (developing new knowledge or validating existing knowledge)
  2. Quality improvement project (use a systematic, data-guided approach to improve care processes or outcomes and clinical innovations)
  3. Evidence-based practice implementation (translate the evidence and apply it to clinical decision-making or develop best practices/ management/ education)

Outstanding Nursing Research Award:

The TNMC & WANS INRC 2017 has established this award to encourage nurse researchers to present their research at the conference and to honor outstanding nursing research in international society. The winner may be invited to submit their full paper to The Pacific Rim International Journal of Nursing Research. The paper must then be submitted directly to the editor of the journal and will go through a double-blind peer review process. For more details, click here.

Presentation format:

  1. Oral: A 10-15 minute public speaking presentation, including questions and answers (i.e. 10-minute presentation plus 5-minute Q&A). Speakers present the research and/or findings of their accepted abstracts using a PowerPoint presentation.
  2. Poster: Presenters will be offered an area to show their poster and a time to present it.

The committee reserves the right to allocate a different presentation type based on the program availability and suitability for the audience.

Submission rules and details:

  • Abstracts should be of original work and must be written in English.
  • Abstract scoring criteria will be based on scientific merit, clinical relevance and clarity.
  • If accepted, one of the authors must register and present the abstract at the conference.
  • If more than one author is attending the conference, each must register separately.
  • A maximum of two abstracts can be submitted per one presenting author.
  • An abstract must be formatted as follows:
  • Double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font, left-justified, 1-inch margins.
    Maximum of five keywords. No figures, no references, and no tables.
    Must not exceed 300 words (excluding the title, authors, affiliations, and keywords).
    Exceeding the word-limit will be automatically rejected.
  • The body of the abstract must to be structured with the following subtitles (in order):
    Introduction, Objectives, Methods, Results, Conclusion
  • No submission by fax. Submit an abstract here

Important Dates & Deadlines

Submission Deadline: Sunday 30th April 2017,
Deadline Extension: Wednesday 31st May 2017, no later than midnight ICT
Notifications Of Acceptance: Friday 30th June 2017
 
Last update: Jul. 14, 2017