Call for Abstracts: 2019 Nurse-Led Care Conference

Feb 27, 2019 | Nurse-Led Care News |

The Nurse-Led Care Conference will convene national leaders to learn about the transformative role that nurses play in designing the future of healthcare. The event includes a keynote address, plenary and breakout sessions, in-depth pre-conference workshops, and a networking reception.

We are now accepting abstracts for the Nurse-Led Care Conference. All submissions are due by May 31, 2019 at midnight.

The 2019 Nurse-Led Care Conference will take place on October 1-3 in Nashville, TN

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify opportunities to promote and implement value based care strategies.
  2. Demonstrate how to build and support a resilient nurse-led workforce.
  3. Increase awareness of the policy landscape advancing a nurse-led workforce.
  4. Create a data-driven culture to demonstrate the impact and value of nurse-led care.
Abstract submissions are now closed.

Before you begin, you will need the following information/documentation to complete your submission:

  • Download, complete, and upload Conflict of Interest (COI) form for each presenter
  • Abstract title
  • Abstract description
  • Disclosure of funding sources
  • Name, title, credentials, address, phone, and email address for each presenter
  • Choose at least 2 Learning Objectives
  • Description of any relevant community partnerships
  • Abstract information (maximum 500 words)
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Justin Gero, MS was the Senior Manager of Public Affairs at the National Nurse-Led Care Consortium. He  was with the organization from 2016-2021.

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