International Korean Nursing Conference; Advances in Nursing Leadersh…
International Korean Nursing Conference;
Advances in Nursing Leadership, Practice, Education, and Research
June 28 – 30, 2018
LaGuardia Plaza Hotel in New York City
Global Korean Nursing Foundation-USA(GKNF-USA)
New York Korean Nurses Association(NYKNA)
Overseas Korean Nurses Association(OKNA)
2018 IKNC Registration and Hotel information are available on NYKNA website, http://www.nykna.org/
starting January 15, 2018. Contact Ms. Miji Kang, ny[email protected] for Information.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The International Korean Nursing Conference, “Advances in Nursing Leadership, Practice, Education, and Research” is accepting abstract submissions for the upcoming conference, to be held on June 28 - 30, 2018, in East Elmhurst, NY.
The International Korean Nursing Conference brings together nursing academicians and practitioners, other health care professionals, and leaders to share their views on advances in nursing education, research and practice/service. This conference offers opportunities to disseminate scientific/clinical discoveries generated by nursing scholars and practitioners to promote innovation and inspire change, develop practical skills, debate important issues, exchange ideas, and interact with your peers.
We are seeking abstracts that cover all areas of nursing, including but not limited to; research projects, evidence-based clinical projects, quality improvement projects, leadership or policy initiatives, education, health care system, informatics, and global health.
Abstracts should be submitted to GKNF ([email protected]). Abstracts could be made in Word or PDF file and electronic submissions are the only accepted format.
The abstract deadline is February 28, 2018 - 11:59 pm Pacific Standard Time and you will be notified of the decision on your abstract status in mid-April via email.
For more information of abstract submission, please contact [email protected]
|Guidelines for Abstract|
Kindly submit a 'camera ready' one-page abstracts by the due date (February 28, 2018, 11:59 pm PST) strictly following the guidelines below to be included in the conference program book.
Completed work or projects may be submitted for either oral or poster presentation. If the work or project is not yet complete, the abstract may only be submitted as a poster presentation. Upon completion of the abstract review, final abstract acceptance will be conditional upon registration by the presenting author.
1. Title: The complete title should be capitalized and no abbreviations should be used in the title.
2. Authors: Names and surnames for each author must be provided. Do not include degrees or titles. Presenting author(s)’ names should be underlined and corresponding author(s)’s name should be in bold.
3. Affiliations: Each author should be referenced by number and listed by department, institution, and country.
Physical Activity during Early Childhood: A Systematic Review and a Meta-analysis
MinKyoung Song1-2, Susan Miller1, Kunsook Song Bernstein3
1 School of Nursing, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR
2 School of Nursing, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
3 School of Nursing, Hunter College, New York, NY
Abstract Evaluation Criteria
Using an evaluation system, ranging from 1 (not acceptable) to 5 where 5 (exceptional) is the highest score, the oral and poster presentations will be judged according to the following criteria:
1. Clarity of the purpose, problem identification, and project objectives
2. Synthesis and analysis of supporting literature and theoretical/conceptual framework, if applicable.
3. Soundness of project implementation
4. Appropriateness of evaluation criteria
5. Predicted and actual outcomes of the project, and how they were measured (include predicted outcomes if the project is not complete).
6. Recommendations for clinical practice, nursing education, and/or policy.
1. Clarity of the purpose and background/significance
2. Theoretical/conceptual framework
3. Soundness of methods and design
4. Appropriateness of data collection (Proposed data collection and analysis if project is not complete)
5. Results and interpretation of results
6. Conclusion: What do the findings mean for the science of nursing?
Based on the average rating by the reviewers, submitted abstracts will be accepted or rejected.