Showcase Your Expertise
As The Leader in Pediatric Education for Nurse Practitioners®, we pride ourselves on providing our conference participants with innovative, advanced education on child health, practice and advocacy issues relevant to pediatric-focused APRNs and their healthcare partners.
New this year: View a quick, seven-minute video with tips and tricks for writing an abstract presented by NAPNAP Executive Board Member-at-large, Teri Moser Woo PhD, ARNP, CPNP-PC, FAANP.
NAPNAP’s Conference Planning Committee and Research Committee are excited to provide a forum for presenters to showcase your initiated or completed pediatric health care-related nursing research or provide innovative practice models and topics with a future-oriented perspective. The online application is open. Visit Posters on the Move for more information about our Research and Practice Innovation Poster guidelines. Deadline is Oct. 1.
The industry-sponsored abstracts and related posters depict the outcomes of research that has been sponsored by an industry. These posters are excluded from the competitive judging process and are displayed separately from our Clinical Research and Practice Innovation posters. There is also a fee associated with submission and review of these abstracts. Find out more on the specific guidelines and submit by the February deadline!
(“Hands-on” or interactive audience)
We are looking for creative and innovative 2+ hour sessions that will provide skills training or may offer an in-depth review on a condition or topic. Intensive workshop sessions may require special arrangements to allow for extensive interaction between the audience and the presenter, increased time for the session, special equipment requirements or hands-on opportunities for the participant. The deadline for these submissions has passed.
Keynote and general sessions are meant for the entire conference audience, usually focused on a current hot topic in child health or advanced practice nursing or have a inspirational, humorous or futuristic theme. NAPNAP only accepts submissions via an online application query process. Unfortunately, queries that come through email or promotional mailings cannot be reviewed. Generic “canned” topics that do not address the NAPNAP membership specifically are not considered. All applications received are reviewed and remain on file for three years. Please do not submit clinical topics through the keynote application process. Decisions made annually by Sept. 1.