APHON 45th Annual Conference & Exhibit Call for Late Breaking Poster Abstract Submissions

Abstract Portal Closes July 6, 2021, at 11:59 pm Eastern Time.

The Annual Conference Program Committee invites you to submit an abstract for a pre-conference, concurrent, paper, or poster presentation during the 45th Annual Conference & Exhibit, which will be held October 27-30, 2021, at the Salt Palace Convention Center & Marriott in Salt Lake City, Utah.

APHON is seeking high-quality late-breaking abstracts for the fall conference. The late-breaking abstracts must be NEW abstracts. Previous abstracts that were not accepted for the 2021 conference cannot be revised and resubmitted at this time.

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ANCC Guidelines

APHON is an accredited provider of continuing nursing education (CNE) with the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and is responsible for developing and evaluating individual educational activities in compliance with current ANCC Accreditation Program criteria. Current ANCC criteria are focused on outcome-based education.

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Abstract Portal Overview

To help those submitting an abstract become acquainted with the online abstract submission portal, please read through the Abstract Portal Overview. For the best user experience, recommended browsers include Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

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Paper/Poster Abstracts 

APHON and Children's Oncology Group paper presentations are 20 minutes in length which includes Q&A. Poster presentations for both APHON and Children's Oncology Group presentations are mounted on a 4'x7' board and available for viewing in the exhibit hall area throughout our scheduled exhibit hours. The conference objective for the poster session is to provide new information that can be applied to pediatric hematology/oncology nursing practice. The paper/poster abstract submission overview provides detailed instructions about the different requirements for submitting a complete proposal for consideration.

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