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42nd Annual Conference & Exhibit Call for Abstract Proposals

conference sessionThe APHON Annual Conference Program Committee invites you to share your ideas, expertise, and research on pediatric hematology and oncology nursing by submitting an abstract for the APHON 42nd Annual Conference & Exhibit – "Creating Connections—Shaping Tomorrow" which will be held September 13–15, 2018 in Savannah, GA.

Overview: ANCC Guidelines and Requested Topics

APHON is an accredited provider of continuing nursing education (CNE) with the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and is responsible for developing and evaluating individual educational activities in compliance with current ANCC Accreditation Program criteria. ANCC recently released new criteria which have shifted from a focus on behavioral learning objectives to outcome-based education.

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Abstract Portal Overview

To help submitters become acquainted with the online abstract submission portal, please read through the Abstract Portal Overview. For the best user experience, recommended browsers include Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

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Education Session Abstracts

The education session abstract submission overview provides detailed instructions about the different requirements for submitting a complete proposal for consideration.

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Paper/Poster Abstracts 

The paper/poster abstract submission overview provides detailed instructions about the different requirements for submitting a complete proposal for consideration.

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Abstracts are being accepted now through 11:59 pm Central Time January 22, 2018.

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Writing an Abstract Webinar

The APHON Conference Planning Committee recently held a webinar designed to support participants in composing a successful abstract for a professional presentation. Whether you are a seasoned author or have yet to submit your first abstract, this webinar recording will address components of a successful abstract as well as common mistakes in composing an abstract and how to avoid them.

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