Call for Speakers/Topics: National Conference for Nurse Practitioners
May 6-9, 2015 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Wolters Kluwer, publisher of The Nurse Practitioner journal, announces its National Conference for Nurse Practitioners Call for Speakers/topics. This educational meeting and exposition is for primary and acute care practitioners across the continuum of health care.
Currently, we’re soliciting both acute and primary care topics for the conference that will be expanded to 8 breakout sessions in 2015, being held May 6-9, 2015 at the Philadelphia Downtown Marriott in Philadelphia, PA. Note that numerous topics will be selected for presentation during the main conference.
Topic submissions should contain subject matter of interest to both primary and/or acute care practitioners in all specialty areas and practice settings. Topics can include, but are not limited to clinical care, technology, documentation strategies, medication administration, team development, patient and family education programs, family interventions, legal/ethical issues, current trends, and more. Sessions must be “evidence-based.”
CE/Rxcredit will be awarded for educational sessions; therefore,in accordance with the ANCC Standards for Disclosure and Commercial Support, all sessions for which continuing education will be offered must be independent, balanced, and all conflicts of interest must be resolved.
Proposals must include the following:
2-3 behavioral objectives (i.e., what will the attendee learn after attending your session? Use words that begin with “describe,” identify,” “define,” “list,” etc.)
Abstract (3-5 sentences describing what your session will cover--will also be used in the attendee brochure to promote your session, if chosen by the planning panel.)
Please include any past speaking evaluations, speaking references
General Proposal Information/Guidelines
Topics must be submitted via e-mail. To submit a topic, please send to:
Deadline: July 27, 2014
The Planning Committee will evaluate all submissions. You’ll receive notification of acceptance or rejection via e-mail.