Beyond Borders: Best Practice In Nursing Children & Young People26 & 27 May, 2016 - Porto, Portugal
Oral or poster presentations abstracts should reflect research studies, practice development, innovative educational practices, service improvement or health policies related to the general theme of the congress – ‘Best practice in nursing children & young people’ and should be written in academic publishing standard English which is the official language of the congress.
Abstracts submitted to the 3rd PNAE Congress on Paediatric Nursing will be peer reviewed by the scientific committee which will decide on their acceptance/rejection.
Authors are invited to submit original abstracts which must have not been published in any format and they are responsible for the content of their presentations.
All accepted abstracts will be published in the Nursing Children and Young People journal.
Abstracts must follow the Scientific Committee guidelines/check list.
Authors can submit through the abstract form online two types of papers:
Abstracts sent by fax, mails, email or CD will not be accepted.
The number of authors is limited to 6 in each paper presented. Each author cannot be part of more than 4 presentations. Authors should indicate which author is the presenter of the paper. Each presenter cannot present more than 2 oral or poster presentations.
Abstracts (oral/poster) are limited to 150 words and should include:
Abstracts should be submitted in English. The presentation of accepted abstract will also be in English.
The presenters of the accepted abstracts must register for the 3rd PNAE Congress on Paediatric Nursing 2016 – ‘Beyond Borders: Best Practice in Nursing Children & Young People’ and pay the registration fee by the 21st of February 2016 at Midnight GMT. If the payment is not received on time, these abstracts will be eliminated from the program and will not be published in the Nursing Children and Young People.