National Conference

The 2015 CNSA National Conference will be held in Regina, Saskatchewan hosted by the University of Saskatchewan- Regina Campus. 

 

2015 CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

CNSA Scholarly Showcase and Leader of Tomorrow Presenter

CNSA is announcing a Call for Abstracts for the 2015 Canadian Nursing Students’ Association National Conference (CNSA) in Regina, SK from January 27- 31, 2015. Abstracts should be in relation to the 2015 National Conference title, “Inspire Excellence; Promoting Empowerment to Achieve Superior Quality of Care.”

Submissions can be made in either French or English. Please indicate on the abstract in which language you wish to present.

Abstracts may be submitted for the following types of presentations:

  1. Oral Presentation: Paper presentation will consist of a 40 minute oral presentation with 10 minutes allowed for questions
  2. Poster Presentation: Posters will be displayed for five days. (January 27- 31st). It is strongly encouraged that presenters be available to be present at their posters for a half an hour each day it is on display. Times will be available on the schedule.
  3. Other: On a case-by-case basis the selection, the committee will consider other forms of presentations such as interviews, videos, etc.

Of all the submissions, ONE abstract will be selected to be the “Leader of Tomorrow” presentation for the 2015 CNSA National Conference. This presenter will present their abstract on the same stage as our many distinguished keynote speakers. Furthermore, the selected presenter will be given a full-page profile in the conference program, including a picture, short biography, and the presenter’s abstract. 

Please note all submissions must be submitted via email to the National Conference director at ncsubmissions@cnsa.ca by December 1st 2014 at 12:00PM EST.

For more information please email the Justin Eisenkirch, the National Conference Director at conference@cnsa.ca.

 Please note:

Abstracts previously chosen and presented at any CNSA event will not be accepted. 

Look forward for more details 


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