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Nurse Practitioner Associates for Continuing Education (NPACE) is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. NPACE is committed to providing the highest quality continuing nursing education (CNE) programs.

Abstract Submission

NPACE is currently accepting poster abstract submissions for three of our upcoming 2020 nurse practitioner conferences.

Click links below for more information.

Fourth for Free Program

Participants who have paid for and attended a total of three NPACE conference locations within three consecutive calendar years or less (starting in 2018) are eligible for a free conference.

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NP Faculty Program

NPACE offers one free conference registration per 24-month period to full-time faculty of NP academic programs. For complete program information, please click here.

Registration | Hotel | Travel

Be sure to register early as many NPACE events sell out! Hotel rates are per room and subject to state, local and occupancy taxes. To secure a room and obtain the special room rate, make your reservation early.

Program Changes

NPACE reserves the right to make necessary changes in speakers, topics or schedules. The most up-to-date program agendas can be found here.

Cancellation By Registrant

Written notice of cancellation must be received by email or letter. A refund, excluding the $50 non-refundable administrative fee, will be issued when cancellation is received no later than one month prior to the conference start date. Refunds are processed based on the original form of payment. A letter of credit, excluding the $50 non-refundable administrative fee, will be issued when cancellation is received between 30 and 8 days of the conference start date. This is valid for 12 months from issuance and may be used towards any NPACE conference. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received within 7 days of the conference start date.

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Abstract Submission

NPACE is currently accepting poster abstracts for our 2020 conference in Chicago. Research should be focused on health policy, innovation, evidence based clinical practice, scientific research, or collaboration and interdisciplinary practice. Sub-topic ideas should include primary care, mental health, pediatrics, geriatrics, or palliative- end of life care. Submission is open to students and faculty from MSN, DNP, and PhD programs.

Simply complete the Abstract Submission Form below to submit your abstract for review.

KEY DATES:

September 1, 2019 Online submission of abstracts opens
February 7, 2020 Online submission of abstracts close
February 15, 2020 Email notification sent to all submissions
February 24, 2020 Deadline to return completed Presenter Agreement
February 28, 2020 Deadline to register for conference

 

GUIDELINES FOR POSTER ABSTRACT

  1. Full name of submitting/corresponding author and all co-authors
  2. Abstract text:
    1. Use Times New Roman, 12 Font, 1-inch margins
    2. Limit to 300 words excluding title, authors info (affiliations) and references
  3. Highlight the main points
    1. Introduction: Info statement with purpose of the presentation
    2. Methods: Brief description of the research-background
    3. Discussion: Summary of the unpublished data or other relevant info
    4. Conclusion: Summarize in 1 or 2 sentences the primary outcomes of the study, including their potential significance
  4. Funding sources:  Funding sources (organizations, institutions, agencies) for the research included in the abstract should be listed.
  5. Must not contain any commercial bias

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Resume(s) for author(s)
  • Short bio statements for all poster authors
  • One measurable learning outcome.
  • 50-word presentation summary that will be used for conference publication
  • Entire poster must fit onto a 3-foot x 4-foot board
  • Co-authors submitted with the accepted abstracts will be included in the conference materials.
  • Decisions on abstract acceptance are final.

ATTENDANCE REQUIRED

Accepted abstracts must have a presenter in attendance during conference session breaks on Saturday, April 4, 2020 to present their poster(s).

It is not mandatory that the first author be pre-registered and present; the presenter may be any of the contributing authors or a colleague.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEE

Author associated with an abstract must register for the conference and are responsible for all travel expenses (airfare, hotel, etc.) associated with presenting at the meeting. The conference registration is separate from the abstract submission. Abstracts will be removed from the conference if author(s) are not registered for the conference by 2/28/2020. If a presenter(s) withdraws from the conference the poster submission will be removed.

Note our Faculty Program: We recognize the important role of academic faculty in preparing the next generation of NP leaders, and as a show of support, we offer one free conference registration per 24-month period to full-time faculty of NP academic programs. A limited number of seats are put aside at each conference for faculty taking advantage of this NPACE Perk.

ABSTRACT REVIEW

All abstracts will be reviewed and selected based on criteria requirements by an NPACE nurse planner. This will ensure adherence to ANCC Commission on Accreditation CE provider guidelines.

AUTHORS’ AGREEMENT

Upon acceptance of an abstract, presenters will receive a presenter agreement with dates and guidelines. This agreement will need to be signed and returned to NPACE within one week of receipt of email notification of poster acceptance. Failure to return agreement will result in removal of the abstract from the presentation.

Abstract Submission

NPACE is currently accepting poster abstracts for our 2020 conference in Seattle. Research should be focused on health policy, innovation, evidence based clinical practice, scientific research, or collaboration and interdisciplinary practice. Sub-topic ideas should include primary care, mental health, pediatrics, geriatrics, or palliative- end of life care. Submission is open to students and faculty from MSN, DNP, and PhD programs.

Simply complete the Abstract Submission Form below to submit your abstract for review.

KEY DATES:

April 27, 2020 Online submission of abstracts close
May 1, 2020 Email notification sent to all submissions
May 15, 2020 Deadline to return completed Presenter Agreement
May 22, 2020 Deadline to register for conference

 

GUIDELINES FOR POSTER ABSTRACT

  1. Full name of submitting/corresponding author and all co-authors
  2. Abstract text:
    1. Use Times New Roman, 12 Font, 1-inch margins
    2. Limit to 300 words excluding title, authors info (affiliations) and references
  3. Highlight the main points
    1. Introduction: Info statement with purpose of the presentation
    2. Methods: Brief description of the research-background
    3. Discussion: Summary of the unpublished data or other relevant info
    4. Conclusion: Summarize in 1 or 2 sentences the primary outcomes of the study, including their potential significance
  4. Funding sources:  Funding sources (organizations, institutions, agencies) for the research included in the abstract should be listed.
  5. Must not contain any commercial bias

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Resume(s) for author(s)
  • Short bio statements for all poster authors
  • One measurable learning outcome.
  • 50-word presentation summary that will be used for conference publication
  • Entire poster must fit onto a 3-foot x 4-foot board
  • Co-authors submitted with the accepted abstracts will be included in the conference materials.
  • Decisions on abstract acceptance are final.

ATTENDANCE REQUIRED

Accepted abstracts must have a presenter in attendance during conference session breaks on Friday, July 10, 2020 to present their poster(s).

It is not mandatory that the first author be pre-registered and present; the presenter may be any of the contributing authors or a colleague.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEE

Author associated with an abstract must register for the conference and are responsible for all travel expenses (airfare, hotel, etc.) associated with presenting at the meeting. The conference registration is separate from the abstract submission. Abstracts will be removed from the conference if author(s) are not registered for the conference by May 22, 2020. If a presenter(s) withdraws from the conference the poster submission will be removed.

Note our Faculty Program: We recognize the important role of academic faculty in preparing the next generation of NP leaders, and as a show of support, we offer one free conference registration per 24-month period to full-time faculty of NP academic programs. A limited number of seats are put aside at each conference for faculty taking advantage of this NPACE Perk.

ABSTRACT REVIEW

All abstracts will be reviewed and selected based on criteria requirements by an NPACE nurse planner. This will ensure adherence to ANCC Commission on Accreditation CE provider guidelines.

AUTHORS’ AGREEMENT

Upon acceptance of an abstract, presenters will receive a presenter agreement with dates and guidelines. This agreement will need to be signed and returned to NPACE within one week of receipt of email notification of poster acceptance. Failure to return agreement will result in removal of the abstract from the presentation.

Abstract Submission

NPACE is currently accepting poster abstracts for our 2020 conference in Chicago. Research should be focused on health policy, innovation, evidence based clinical practice, scientific research, or collaboration and interdisciplinary practice. Sub-topic ideas should include primary care, mental health, pediatrics, geriatrics, or palliative- end of life care. Submission is open to students and faculty from MSN, DNP, and PhD programs.

Simply complete the Abstract Submission Form below to submit your abstract for review.

KEY DATES:

September 1, 2019 Online submission of abstracts opens
February 7, 2020 Online submission of abstracts close
February 15, 2020 Email notification sent to all submissions
February 24, 2020 Deadline to return completed Presenter Agreement
February 28, 2020 Deadline to register for conference

 

GUIDELINES FOR POSTER ABSTRACT

  1. Full name of submitting/corresponding author and all co-authors
  2. Abstract text:
    1. Use Times New Roman, 12 Font, 1-inch margins
    2. Limit to 300 words excluding title, authors info (affiliations) and references
  3. Highlight the main points
    1. Introduction: Info statement with purpose of the presentation
    2. Methods: Brief description of the research-background
    3. Discussion: Summary of the unpublished data or other relevant info
    4. Conclusion: Summarize in 1 or 2 sentences the primary outcomes of the study, including their potential significance
  4. Funding sources:  Funding sources (organizations, institutions, agencies) for the research included in the abstract should be listed.
  5. Must not contain any commercial bias

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Resume(s) for author(s)
  • Short bio statements for all poster authors
  • One measurable learning outcome.
  • 50-word presentation summary that will be used for conference publication
  • Entire poster must fit onto a 3-foot x 4-foot board
  • Co-authors submitted with the accepted abstracts will be included in the conference materials.
  • Decisions on abstract acceptance are final.

ATTENDANCE REQUIRED

Accepted abstracts must have a presenter in attendance during conference session breaks on Saturday, April 4, 2020 to present their poster(s).

It is not mandatory that the first author be pre-registered and present; the presenter may be any of the contributing authors or a colleague.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEE

Author associated with an abstract must register for the conference and are responsible for all travel expenses (airfare, hotel, etc.) associated with presenting at the meeting. The conference registration is separate from the abstract submission. Abstracts will be removed from the conference if author(s) are not registered for the conference by 2/28/2020. If a presenter(s) withdraws from the conference the poster submission will be removed.

Note our Faculty Program: We recognize the important role of academic faculty in preparing the next generation of NP leaders, and as a show of support, we offer one free conference registration per 24-month period to full-time faculty of NP academic programs. A limited number of seats are put aside at each conference for faculty taking advantage of this NPACE Perk.

ABSTRACT REVIEW

All abstracts will be reviewed and selected based on criteria requirements by an NPACE nurse planner. This will ensure adherence to ANCC Commission on Accreditation CE provider guidelines.

AUTHORS’ AGREEMENT

Upon acceptance of an abstract, presenters will receive a presenter agreement with dates and guidelines. This agreement will need to be signed and returned to NPACE within one week of receipt of email notification of poster acceptance. Failure to return agreement will result in removal of the abstract from the presentation.

Abstract Submission

NPACE is currently accepting poster abstracts for our 2020 conference in Boston. Research should be focused on health policy, innovation, evidence based clinical practice, scientific research, or collaboration and interdisciplinary practice. Sub-topic ideas should include primary care, mental health, pediatrics, geriatrics, or palliative- end of life care. Submission is open to students and faculty from MSN, DNP, and PhD programs.

Simply complete the Abstract Submission Form below to submit your abstract for review.

KEY DATES:

March 1, 2020 Online submission of abstracts opens
June 1, 2020 Online submission of abstracts close
August 1, 2020 Email notification sent to all submissions
August 10, 2020 Deadline to return completed Presenter Agreement
September 30, 2020 Deadline to register for conference

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GUIDELINES FOR POSTER ABSTRACT

  1. Full name of submitting/corresponding author and all co-authors
  2. Abstract text:
    1. Use Times New Roman, 12 Font, 1-inch margins
    2. Limit to 300 words excluding title, authors info (affiliations) and references
  3. Highlight the main points:
    1. Introduction: Info statement with purpose of the presentation
    2. Methods: Brief description of the research-background
    3. Discussion: Summary of the unpublished data or other relevant info
    4. Conclusion: Summarize in 1 or 2 sentences the primary outcomes of the study, including their potential significance
  4. Funding sources: Funding sources (organizations, institutions, agencies) for the research included in the abstract should be listed.
  5. Must not contain any commercial bias

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Resume(s) for author(s)
  • Short bio statements for all poster authors
  • One measurable learning outcome.
  • 50-word presentation summary that will be used for conference publication
  • Entire poster must fit onto a 3-foot x 4-foot board
  • Co-authors submitted with the accepted abstracts will be included in the conference materials.
  • Decisions on abstract acceptance are final.

ATTENDANCE REQUIRED

Accepted abstracts must have a presenter in attendance during conference session breaks on Saturday, November 14, 2020 to present their poster(s).

It is not mandatory that the first author be pre-registered and present; the presenter may be any of the contributing authors or a colleague.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEE

Author associated with an abstract must register for the conference and are responsible for all travel expenses (airfare, hotel, etc.) associated with presenting at the meeting. The conference registration is separate from the abstract submission. Abstracts will be removed from the conference if author(s) are not registered for the conference by 9/30/2020. If a presenter(s) withdraws from the conference the poster submission will be removed.

Note our Faculty Program: We recognize the important role of academic faculty in preparing the next generation of NP leaders, and as a show of support, we offer one free conference registration per 24-month period to full-time faculty of NP academic programs. A limited number of seats are put aside at each conference for faculty taking advantage of this NPACE Perk.

ABSTRACT REVIEW

All abstracts will be reviewed and selected based on criteria requirements by an NPACE nurse planner. This will ensure adherence to ANCC Commission on Accreditation CE provider guidelines.

AUTHORS’ AGREEMENT

Upon acceptance of an abstract, presenters will receive a presenter agreement with dates and guidelines. This agreement will need to be signed and returned to NPACE within one week of receipt of email notification of poster acceptance. Failure to return agreement will result in removal of the abstract from the presentation.

Abstract Submission

NPACE is currently accepting poster abstracts for our 2020 conference in Nashville, TN. Research should be focused on health policy, innovation, evidence based clinical practice, scientific research, or collaboration and interdisciplinary practice. Sub-topic ideas should include primary care, mental health, pediatrics, geriatrics, or palliative- end of life care. Submission is open to students and faculty from MSN, DNP, and PhD programs.

Simply complete the Abstract Submission Form below to submit your abstract for review.

KEY DATES:

June 15, 2020 Online submission of abstracts close
June 22, 2020 Email notification sent to all submissions
July 1, 2020 Deadline to return completed Presenter Agreement
July 10, 2020 Deadline to register for conference

GUIDELINES FOR POSTER ABSTRACT

  1. Full name of submitting/corresponding author and all co-authors
  2. Abstract text:
    1. Use Times New Roman, 12 Font, 1-inch margins
    2. Limit to 300 words excluding title, authors info (affiliations) and references
  3. Highlight the main points:
    1. Introduction: Info statement with purpose of the presentation
    2. Methods: Brief description of the research-background
    3. Discussion: Summary of the unpublished data or other relevant info
    4. Conclusion: Summarize in 1 or 2 sentences the primary outcomes of the study, including their potential significance
  4. Funding sources: Funding sources (organizations, institutions, agencies) for the research included in the abstract should be listed.
  5. Must not contain any commercial bias

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Resume(s) for author(s)
  • Short bio statements for all poster authors
  • One measurable learning outcome.
  • 50-word presentation summary that will be used for conference publication
  • Entire poster must fit onto a 3-foot x 4-foot board
  • Co-authors submitted with the accepted abstracts will be included in the conference materials.
  • Decisions on abstract acceptance are final.

ATTENDANCE REQUIRED

Accepted abstracts must have a presenter in attendance during conference session breaks on August 27, 2020 to present their poster(s).

It is not mandatory that the first author be pre-registered and present; the presenter may be any of the contributing authors or a colleague.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEE

Author associated with an abstract must register for the conference and are responsible for all travel expenses (airfare, hotel, etc.) associated with presenting at the meeting. The conference registration is separate from the abstract submission. Abstracts will be removed from the conference if author(s) are not registered for the conference by May 22, 2020. If a presenter(s) withdraws from the conference the poster submission will be removed.

Note our Faculty Program: We recognize the important role of academic faculty in preparing the next generation of NP leaders, and as a show of support, we offer one free conference registration per 24-month period to full-time faculty of NP academic programs. A limited number of seats are put aside at each conference for faculty taking advantage of this NPACE Perk.

ABSTRACT REVIEW

All abstracts will be reviewed and selected based on criteria requirements by an NPACE nurse planner. This will ensure adherence to ANCC Commission on Accreditation CE provider guidelines.

AUTHORS’ AGREEMENT

Upon acceptance of an abstract, presenters will receive a presenter agreement with dates and guidelines. This agreement will need to be signed and returned to NPACE within one week of receipt of email notification of poster acceptance. Failure to return agreement will result in removal of the abstract from the presentation.

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