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Call for Presenters

Call for Session Presenters

Our two professional tracks for 2019 are “Advancing” and “Emerging” Leader

The “Advancing” track focuses on experienced leaders. This track is engineered for nurse leaders expanding their strategic and program management.  It is oriented for leaders responsible for developing other leaders and measuring organizational impact.
Examples:
1. Making Big Changes: Aligning organizational change with strategic plans.
2. The Next Generation: Developing leaders and succession planning.
3. Impact: Measuring, evaluating and communicating success.

The “Emerging” track focuses on aspiring and growing nurse leaders who supervise, coordinate or manage care teams and projects while working closely with other leaders across organizations. The track is designed for nurse leaders that are launching their leadership careers or expanding within their current leadership roles.
Examples:
1. Gaining Leverage: Making an impact while managing from the middle.
2. Effective Connections: Linking operations to strategy.
3. Personal Advancement: Nurse manager “personal development” topic.

Educational Session Guidelines
Sessions are 60-minute blocks of which 50 minutes are dedicated to delivery. The remaining 10 minutes are for setup/takedown and questions.
Content clearly and directly supports both the conference theme and the relevant professional track.
Content must be a blend of both evidence and experienced based content and are highly interactive. 
Ideal sessions empower the attendee to leave with new insight, tools, and techniques to immediately use for personal and/or organizational advancement.

To Apply:
Education sessions will be selected by the NWone Conference Committee (sub-committee of the Development Commission). We will use an accredited approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. For consideration of approval by the NWone Conference Committee, please submit the following via email toAdmin@nwonl.org by March 15th:
1. Title of the session
2. Target audience/track
3. Summary with rationale
4. Objectives
5. Supporting activities

Call for Poster Presenters

We invite you to submit a poster abstract to share and celebrate your work on a leadership initiative whether conducted research or practice. If you have led a process improvement project, quality initiative, or have influenced culture and change through nursing leadership – we want to hear from you!

To Apply:
Send your abstract (details below) to Admin@nwonl.org by March 30th.

General Poster Guidelines:
Poster abstracts will not be edited for content. Standard Size is 48×36″.

Abstracts are limited to 1,200 words, excluding the title and should contain all six of the following elements:
Title – Title of project or research
Purpose — What was the intent or goal of the project or study? What did you want to learn?
Background/Significance — What was the problem and why was it important? What knowledge are you building on?
Method — What was the design? What was the sample? What instruments were used? What was the intervention or practice change? How was data collected and analyzed?
Results — What were the findings? What was the impact on nursing practice and/or clinical outcomes?
Conclusions — What do the findings or your research or outcomes of your project mean? What are the implications for clinical practice and/or care delivery?

Approved Poster Presenters will be expected to bring poster to the conference to display and be present during the lunch and break display period on Monday May 19th from 12 – 1pm and retrieve your poster Monday evening.

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