2019 QSEN National Forum objectives.• Share innovations or research in teaching strategies or curricular design that enhance QSEN competency integration in academic and practice settings.• Share innovations or research in practice strategies that integrate QSEN competency into practice settings.• Share QSEN Informatics competency and simulation innovation that target quality and safety education and practice.
Pre-conference or workshop content should be free of agency, trade and/or commercial product names. An anonymous version of the content will be peer reviewed by at least two expert reviewers.
Pre-conference or workshop content will be reviewed by the following criteria:• Purpose is clearly stated.• The content aligns with the conference theme and the QSEN mission/vision.• The content is innovative and would be of interest to others.• The content is organized, clear, and concise without typographical errors.• The content includes "take-home" materials for conference attendees to use when returning home.
Please make sure your author information is complete and accurate. Please note that all submissions are final; you will not be able to edit your entry once the form has been submitted. You will not be given a confirmation email after you submit. If you have any problems using this form or have any questions about the submission process, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
The abstract is a brief summary of your work that includes the background, methods, and a summary of your work with recommendations. The pre-conference or workshop is limited to a total of 600 words in the combined background, methods, and summary sections. We are unable to accept abstracts that exceed the 600 word limit.