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Call for Abstracts Now CLOSED

Abstract Timeline

November 1, 2023 - Abstract Submission Opens

January 12, 2024 - Abstract Submission Closes

March 1, 2024 - Abstract Authors will be notified of selection

Presenting at Nurse Educators Conference in the Rockies
Presenting at Nurse Educators Conference in the Rockies

Abstract Submission Instructions

General Information:​

  • Communications will be directed to the designated Contact Person ONLY. The Contact Person will receive a confirmation receipt of abstract submission

  • Author(s) of all accepted abstracts will register in full to attend and present at the Conference

  • Once submitted, revisions to abstracts cannot be accepted

  • Late submissions will not be accepted

  • If the abstract is accepted, presentation materials, short biographies, and headshots of ALL PRESENTERS are required to be uploaded to Whova (the official conference app). Information will be sent to the Contact Person ONLY.



Abstracts may highlight original research, quality improvement projects, evidence-based practice, or practice/educational innovations. Submissions should reflect conference theme "Educating Nurses: Riding the Waves of Change". Complete and submit the online form; one submission per presentation. 

Required Submission Information:

  • Presentation Type

  • Learning Track

  • Audience: Who would find this presentation most valuable?

  • Presentation Title (limited to 10 words or less)

  • Learning Objectives

  • Abstract Marketing Information (limited to 250 words or less)

  • Abstract (limited to 500 words or less)

  • Evidence-Based Citations

  • Authors and Affiliations

Poster presenters Nurse Educators Conference in the Rockies
Presenting at Nurse Educators Conference in the Rockies

Presentation Type:

  • Skill-Building/Participatory Workshop Presentation

  • Podium/Lecture Presentation

  • Research Presentation

  • Poster Presentation

Learning Track:

  • Classroom and Clinical Teaching and Learning

  • Professional Development for Clinical Practice

  • Course, Curriculum and Program Evaluation

  • Faculty Development

  • Instructional Technology Strategies

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