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October 1 - November 5, 2021

EXTENDED - ACHNE 2022 Annual Institute Abstracts Due

Call for ACHNE 2022 Annual Institute Abstracts

June 9-11, 2022, in Alexandria, VA, and Virtually.

Apply here

We invite you to present your work, insights, and research on diverse topics that address the following conference objectives and supports ACHNE’s Core Values:

Conference Objectives

  1. Identify successes challenges and missed opportunities in the history of community/public health nursing, such as insights from the COVID-19 pandemic in the US and globally.
  2. Describe historically informed, innovative strategies to enhance community/public health nursing education, research/scholarship, and practice.
  3. Discuss implications and influence of historical community/public health nursing practice on current and emerging policies and programs.
  4. Identify past, present, and future social justice opportunities to foster healthy, equitable communities.
  5. Explore past, present, and future strategies for leadership development of community/public health/ population health

ACHNE's Core Values

  • Collaborative partnerships
  • Evidence-based practice
  • Excellence in education
  • Inclusiveness
  • Leadership development
  • Professional development
  • Research and scholarship

If accepted, we strongly encourage you to make every effort to attend the 2022 Annual Institute in-person.  However, we recognize that we are in uncertain times.  To assist with this, we are incorporating a virtual component that will allow for virtual attendees and digital presentations in some capacity.

Apply here

EXTENDED Deadline: November 5, 2021, 11:59 PM ET

The theme of the ACHNE 2021 Annual Institute is: 

Looking Back: Lessons We Carry Forward to Shape the Future of Community and Public Health Nursing

Call for Abstracts which will be accepted in one of two categories:

  1. Podium presentations - 15 minutes, single or multiple speakers, single topic. A presenting author will be expected to register and attend the Annual Institute.  Additionally, authors will be expected to prerecord their presentation and upload it prior to the AI meeting to facilitate on-demand viewing and provide a backup in the event authors are unable to travel. 
  2. ePosters - Poster presentations will be created and accessed using Learning Toolbox again for 2022. Directions for creating e-posters will be sent to authors whose abstracts are accepted for poster presentations.  A presenting author will be expected to register and attend the Annual Institute.

All abstracts are limited to 500 words.  Submissions must list up to three (3) measurable, educational objectives for your presentation, using only one (1) verb per objective.  Authors will also need to identify which conference objective(s) the abstract addresses and classify the focus of the abstract as Education, Practice, Research, Health Policy, or Other.  Authors must also provide a list of references within a five-year time limit. Objectives and References are not included in the abstract word count.  The lead author will enter the names, degrees, credentials, and institutional affiliations for each additional author.  All presenters are required to complete a Conflict of Interest form.  This information is required by our CE provider and must be provided in order to submit an abstract.  This will be emailed separately to each author listed in the abstract.

Abstracts undergo a blinded, peer-review process. Abstracts will be reviewed and scored [0=not apparent, 1-weak, 2=moderate, 3-strong] on each of the following criteria:

  • Relevance to conference theme and objectives
  • Significance to community health nursing education and practice (Of interest to our audience? Implications stated or suggested?)
  • Quality of description of subject matter (Well written and organized? Style and appearance adequate?)
  • Clarity and cohesiveness of abstract (Rationale sound? Conclusions logical?)
  • Creativity of approach / Originality of subject (Novelty of concept or application?)
  • Relevance to the conference theme (Developing and Supporting Leadership)

 Apply here

The EXTENDED deadline for these submissions is November 5, 2021. 

All proposals for the AI must be received electronically no later than 11:59 PM ET on November 5th, 2021. The ACHNE Program Committee will notify applicants regarding the status of their proposals by December 1, 2021. If accepted for presentation, the presenting author(s) agree to present their proposal at the ACHNE Annual Institute on June 9-11, 2022Presenting authors must be members of ACHNE and registered for the 2022 Annual Meeting at the time of presentation.

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2021-10-01 2021-11-05 America/Detroit EXTENDED - ACHNE 2022 Annual Institute Abstracts Due Call for ACHNE 2022 Annual Institute Abstracts June 9-11, 2022, in Alexandria, VA, and Virtually. Apply here We invite you to present your work, insights, and research on diverse topics that address the following conference objectives and supports ACHNE’s Core Values: Conference Objectives Identify successes challenges and missed opportunities in the history of community/public health nursing, such as insights from the COVID-19 pandemic in the US and globally. Describe historically informed, innovative strategies to enhance community/public health nursing education, research/scholarship, and practice. Discuss implications and influence of historical community/public health nursing practice on current and emerging policies and programs. Identify past, present, and future social justice opportunities to foster healthy, equitable communities. Explore past, present, and future strategies for leadership development of community/public health/ population health ACHNE's Core Values Collaborative partnerships Evidence-based practice Excellence in education Inclusiveness Leadership development Professional development Research and scholarship If accepted, we strongly encourage you to make every effort to attend the 2022 Annual Institute in-person.  However, we recognize that we are in uncertain times.  To assist with this, we are incorporating a virtual component that will allow for virtual attendees and digital presentations in some capacity. Apply here EXTENDED Deadline: November 5, 2021, 11:59 PM ET The theme of the ACHNE 2021 Annual Institute is:  Looking Back: Lessons We Carry Forward to Shape the Future of Community and Public Health Nursing Call for Abstracts which will be accepted in one of two categories: Podium presentations - 15 minutes, single or multiple speakers, single topic. A presenting author will be expected to register and attend the Annual Institute.  Additionally, authors will be expected to prerecord their presentation and upload it prior to the AI meeting to facilitate on-demand viewing and provide a backup in the event authors are unable to travel.  ePosters - Poster presentations will be created and accessed using Learning Toolbox again for 2022. Directions for creating e-posters will be sent to authors whose abstracts are accepted for poster presentations.  A presenting author will be expected to register and attend the Annual Institute. All abstracts are limited to 500 words.  Submissions must list up to three (3) measurable, educational objectives for your presentation, using only one (1) verb per objective.  Authors will also need to identify which conference objective(s) the abstract addresses and classify the focus of the abstract as Education, Practice, Research, Health Policy, or Other.  Authors must also provide a list of references within a five-year time limit. Objectives and References are not included in the abstract word count.  The lead author will enter the names, degrees, credentials, and institutional affiliations for each additional author.  All presenters are required to complete a Conflict of Interest form.  This information is required by our CE provider and must be provided in order to submit an abstract.  This will be emailed separately to each author listed in the abstract. Abstracts undergo a blinded, peer-review process. Abstracts will be reviewed and scored [0=not apparent, 1-weak, 2=moderate, 3-strong] on each of the following criteria: Relevance to conference theme and objectives Significance to community health nursing education and practice (Of interest to our audience? Implications stated or suggested?) Quality of description of subject matter (Well written and organized? Style and appearance adequate?) Clarity and cohesiveness of abstract (Rationale sound? Conclusions logical?) Creativity of approach / Originality of subject (Novelty of concept or application?) Relevance to the conference theme (Developing and Supporting Leadership)  Apply here The EXTENDED deadline for these submissions is November 5, 2021.  All proposals for the AI must be received electronically no later than 11:59 PM ET on November 5th, 2021. The ACHNE Program Committee will notify applicants regarding the status of their proposals by December 1, 2021. If accepted for presentation, the presenting author(s) agree to present their proposal at the ACHNE Annual Institute on June 9-11, 2022.  Presenting authors must be members of ACHNE and registered for the 2022 Annual Meeting at the time of presentation. ----