25th International Nursing Research Congress
Engaging Colleagues: Improving Global Health Outcomes
The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International’s research priorities are advancing healthy communities through health promotion; preventing disease and recognizing social, economic, and political determinants; implementing evidence-based practice; targeting the needs of vulnerable populations such as the chronically ill and poor; and developing nurses’ capacity for research.
Opportunities are available to submit abstracts for the 25th International Nursing Research Congress. Research – and evidence-based practice abstracts are currently being accepted. If you would like to submit an abstract or for suggested topics and submission guidelines, please select one of the abstract categories below.
Abstracts for translational research that demonstrate a direct link to the theme Engaging Colleagues: Improving Global Health Outcomes are invited.
Research sessions will serve as networking forums 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, nurses can further the scholarship and health care of the world’s populations.
- Analyze innovative strategies to engage in interprofessional collaboration to improve global health outcomes.
- Promote the translation of evidence toward achieving health outcomes through research, education, and practice.
- Examine variations in interprofessional approaches to global health and social issues.
- Evaluate evidence that influences policy and increases funding opportunities.
Suggested Topics for Submission
- Complementary health practices
- Culturally diverse health behaviors
- Global nursing education (Accepted abstracts from this category are eligible to receive the Excellence in Educational Research Award.pdf, a program of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International and the Chamberlain College of Nursing Center for Excellence in Nursing Education).
- Global nursing research
- Health promotion/disease prevention
- International collaborations
- Nursing leadership
- Technologies to influence research
- Theoretical/methodological issues