CALL FOR LATE-BREAKING ABSTRACTS - POSTER ONLY
The International Society for Nurses in Cancer Care (ISNCC) invites you to submit a late-breaking abstract for presentation at the International Conference on Cancer Nursing (ICCN 2017). The theme for ICCN 2017 is "Merging Research and Practice Across the Globe”.
This is a fantastic opportunity to present to oncology nurses from around the world, and accepted late-breaking abstract presenters will also be guaranteed the early registration rate!
The deadline to submit a late-breaking abstract is Monday, April 17th, 2017 at 3:00 PM North American Eastern Time.
Please note: Only Poster Presentations will be considered at this time.
All abstracts must be submitted via the official online submission system. Incomplete submissions will not be reviewed.
Accepted abstracts will be published in Cancer Nursing as an Abstract Supplement this year. Please ensure the content of your abstract submission is accurate prior to submitting. Instructional sessions will not be published in the Abstract Supplement. Please note that only abstracts that are presented at ICCN 2017 will be published in the Abstract Supplement.
Abstracts and instructional sessions should be submitted only if the author(s) intend(s) to attend the meeting and present if accepted.
Submission limit: maximum of two submissions per author, addressing different topics (regardless of presentation type)
Late-Breaking Abstracts - Presentation Formats:
- Poster Presentation: A visual poster display. Author(s) must be present. Designated poster session times will be listed in the Conference Program. Presenting authors will be required to stand by their posters during listed time(s).
• Advances in Treatment Development (Genetics/Genomics, Integrated Therapy, Clinical Trials)
• Cancer across the Lifespan (Pediatric, Adult, Elderly)
• Comparative Effectiveness Research
• Cultural Diversity/Health Disparities
• Dissemination and Implementation Science
• Ethics/Informed Consent/Decision-making
• Family & Caregivers (Family-Centered Care)
• Health Policy and Advocacy/Working with Charities, NGOs and the Government
• Health Promotion/Risk Reduction
• Improving Health Systems (Workforce/Healthy Workplace Issues, Health Economics)
• Innovations in Practice (Models of Care Delivery, Transitional Care, Inter-professional Care, Variations on Current Models)
• Innovations in Technology (Social Media, Methods of Communication/ Interaction)
• Measurement & Instrument Development
• Palliative & End of Life Care
• Quality and Safety
• Research Design and Methods
• Symptom Management/Side-effects/Self-management/Psychosocial Care
Please refer to the official online submission system for detailed submission instructions and requirements.
Watch the webinars below for tips on writing an abstract and presentation skills! These webinars were prepared by Patsy Yates, ISNCC President Elect and Professor at Queensland University of Technology, Queensland, Australia.
Writing an Abstract