The Conference Management Committee invites you to submit an abstract for consideration in the program.
Deadline Date for Abstracts: 3 September 2019 at 23:59 North American Eastern Daylight Time
1) The submitter must have the permission of all authors to present the research / project / activity
2) The abstract presenter must be clearly identified as part of the abstract submission; last minute changes are allowed but must be communicated as early as possible to the conference organizer
3) The presenter must register to attend the full conference and pay the appropriate fee to be eligible to present
4) Abstracts will be published in conference materials only if they are presented at the conference
A 12-minute oral presentation by the author(s) plus 3 minutes for questions (15 minutes total)
Rapid Fire Only
A 8-minute oral presentation using no more than 5 PowerPoint slides in total. Questions will be answered during the question time at the end of the session.
A visual 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).
Oral, Rapid Fire or Poster
An 80-minute session with 2-3 presenters on a unified topic meant to instruct others. This may include a coordinator/moderator who can also be a speaker (to a maximum of 3 speakers). (NOTE: This type has a different and specific criteria from the others).
All abstracts will be reviewed by 3 independent reviewers by the committee for inclusion in the presentations and poster sessions at the conference. Please note there are limited spaces available in the program. Scores will be averaged across all 3 reviewers to identify a composite score. This score will be used to determine acceptance and, if the submitter has indicated the type of presentation, or the slotted presentation type.
|Oral, Rapid Fire and Poster Abstract Scoring Grid for ICCN 2020||Score out of 4 (0-4 possible)|
|The purpose clearly describes the project, research or activity|
|The purpose, specific aims, and/or objectives of the study are clearly stated|
|The background of the project, research or activity is summarized|
|The project, research or activity is original and innovative, challenging existing paradigms or clinical practice or developing or employing novel concepts, approaches, methodologies, tools, or technologies for oncology nursing or patient outcomes|
|The topic is innovative and significant, important, or relevant to international oncology nursing|
|The significance to nursing is described|
|Project Description/Research Method & Evaluation/Analysis|
|The project/program is clearly described including methods for evaluation|
|The design, sample, and data-collection instruments or methods used to gather data are described|
|The methods are appropriate to the purpose of the project or study|
|If there is an intervention, it is clearly described.|
|The data analysis/evaluation measures or plan is fully described|
|If a study, there are no flaws in the study (e.g. statistical errors, improper sampling) that should keep it from being presented|
|Results/Findings/Outcomes are fully described|
|Results/Findings/Outcomes flow logically from the purpose or aims|
|Conclusions flow logically from the findings|
|The discussion interprets the results and reaches defendable conclusions|
|Impact/Usefulness/Implications for research, education, practice or policy are presented|
|The abstract is well written|
|The ideas are clearly communicated|
(Maximum of 24)
|(Maximum of 24)|
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