DNP Conf: Call for Abstracts
2014 Doctors of Nursing Practice Seventh National Conference
The DNP in Practice: The Health, the Care, and the Cost
Call for Abstracts is now Closed. 353 abstracts were received and presenters have been invited.
|Call for Abstracts|
|Abstract Submission Requirements|
|Poster Presentation Requirements|
|Podium Presentation Requirements|
Poster, Podium and Panel Presentation
Theme: The DNP In Practice: The Health, the Care, and the Cost.
As Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) prepared nursing professionals continue to identify their roles in transforming health care, the need for demonstration of scholarly contributions to the profession increases.
This conference aims to provide a forum for advanced practice nurses, leaders, policy makers, and scholars to further explore and share competencies of the DNP prepared nurse that can influence health care practice, delivery, and patient outcomes.
Doctors of Nursing Practice, Inc. (DNP, Inc.), in its effort to showcase the innovative roles of the Doctor of Nursing Practice prepared nurse and the impact on nursing science and national healthcare delivery agenda, enthusiastically invites you to submit an abstract for Podium, Panel, or Poster presentation for the Seventh National Doctors of Nursing Practice Conference.
2014 Doctors of Nursing Practice Seventh National Conference: The DNP in Practice: The Health, the Care, and the Cost
1. Describe how the DNP prepared nurse can contribute to improving the health of populations.
2. Identify how the DNP prepared nurse impacts health care in relation to improving the patient experience of care, including quality and satisfaction.
3. Identify the impact of the DNP prepared nurse in entrepreneurial efforts that reflect cost effective healthcare outcomes.
4. Discuss innovative roles of the DNP prepared nurse that impact the Triple Aim (The health, the care, and the cost)
Final selections will be based on the quality and clarity of the abstract, study specific abstract content, as well as relevance of the described content to conference theme.
Submission Deadline: Abstracts for presentations must be submitted NO LATER THAN MIDNIGHT EST January 31, 2014. Late submissions will not be reviewed.