The National League for Nursing
Eighth Annual NLN Technology Conference
Unleash the Power: Technology in Education and Practice
Thomas Jefferson University
Jefferson School of Nursing
Bringing you the latest in simulation, e-learning, informatics, and telehealth,
this annual conference will have presentations on MOOCs, flipping the classroom,
mobile apps, IPE and more. Stay current on developments in technology and informatics
so you can best prepare your students to function in today’s technology-rich
health care environments.
CALL FOR POSTER ABSTRACTS
Abstract submissions are invited for research projects and innovative teaching
strategies using technology. Topics include, but are not limited to, e-learning,
simulation, telehealth, and integration of informatics into the curriculum.
Review and Selection Process for the 2013 Technology Conference
Click here to submit an abstract.
- All abstracts are peer reviewed through a competitive selection
- Submissions must identify contact information – email,
affiliation, and phone number – for the primary presenter, and the names
and credentials of any co-presenters.
- Communications from the NLN will be only with the primary
presenter, who will be expected to communicate with any co-presenters.
- Abstracts must be submitted to the NLN via the online process
no later than 11:59 pm (ET) on Monday, May 27.
A pop-up confirmation message will appear immediately after you click the
Submit button. Please print it for your records. If you do not receive the
confirmation that your abstract submission was received, email Caren Shaw
at email@example.com for assistance with your
- The NLN strongly recommends early submission of abstracts
for the technology conference as the submission deadline is strictly enforced.
- Abstracts received by the stated deadline will be circulated
to a team of reviewers for blind review and decisions will be made by June
15 . Any primary presenter that is not notified by June
15 should contact Caren Shaw.
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