In a diverse and changing world, the Honor Society of Nursing is striving to connect nursing scholarship and practice through the dissemination of research findings. Scientific sessions will serve as a networking forum to bring together researchers, educators, administrators, clinicians and policy makers to address the global health of the world’s people. Through the presentation of research findings, nurse can further the scholarship and health care of the populations of the world.
Suggested Topics for Submission
- Culturally Diverse Health Practices
Innovation in Healthcare
Nursing Education Research
Research into Practice
Translating Science Into Nursing Education Practice Award
This program of the Sigma Theta Tau International/Chamberlain College of Nursing Center for Excellence in Nursing Education (STTI/CENE) will be presented at the 44th Biennial Convention during the STTI/CENE pre-conference.
The top scored abstracts in the nursing education research category that also meet the following criteria will be considered for this award.
- The translation of science addresses a universally applicable and contemporary problem.
- The scope is multisite, regional, national, or multinational and involves a diverse student population.
- How it facilitates changes in education and/or practice is demonstrated.
- There is use of relevant evidence.
- There is a potential impact on one or more of the following: student, faculty, patient, and environmental outcomes.
Presentation options include the following:
- Individual abstract (20-minute presentation)
- Symposium Concurrent Session (75-minute presentation)