ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS HAVE CLOSED
The International Society for Nurses in Cancer Care (ISNCC) would like to thank all those who submitted an abstract for presentation at the International Conference on Cancer Nursing (ICCN) 2015. The general call for abstracts and the late-breaking call for abstracts are now closed. We received many quality abstracts from around the world on the ICCN 2015 theme: Cancer Nursing Research: Global Strategies and Implications for Evidence Based Practice.
ISNCC is pleased to announce that all accepted abstracts will be published in the ISNCC Cancer Nursing abstract supplement this year!
As the abstract submission system has closed, abstracts cannot be edited at this time. All abstracts will be published in the ISNCC-Cancer Nursing abstract supplement as submitted.
Accepted abstracts will be presented in one of the following formats:
- Oral Only: A 15-minute oral presentation by the author(s) plus 5 minutes for questions (20 minutes total)
- Poster Only: 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)
- Cancer across Lifespan (Pediatric, Adult, Elderly)
- Clinical Trials
- Cultural Diversity
- Comparative Effectiveness Research
- Dissemination and Implementation Science
- Ethics & Informed Consent
- Family & Caregivers
- Health Disparities
- Health Policy, Advocacy and Economics
- Health Promotion
- Improving Health Systems
- Innovations in Practice
- Measurement & Instrument Development
- Models of Care Delivery
- Palliative & End of Life Care
- Quality and Safety
- Research Design and Methods
- Treatment Development
- Workforce and Healthy Workplace Issues
Writing an Abstract - considering submitting an abstract for ICCN 2015? Watch this webinar to get some tips on how to write a good abstract!
Presentation Skills - preparing to present your abstract at the ICCN 2015? Watch this webinar to learn more on what to focus on and what the common errors of presentation are!