01 to 05
Community Health Nursing
06 to 10
Mental health and Psychiatric Nursing
11 to 15
Gender Discrimination in Nursing
Advanced Nursing Practice
Ob-Gyn Nursing and Midwifery
Heart & Cardiovascular Nursing
16 to 20
Diversity in Healthcare
Critical Care & Emergency Nursing
21 to 24
Nursing Leadership and Management
Healthcare & Management
25 to 28
Patient Safety & Research
Role of School Nurses
- Abstracts should represent the original work.
- Please add your references (If any)
- Include your picture in the abstract.
- The full name with credentials of Author should be highlighted with their affiliation.
- The Abstract should be written in English.
- Please indicate one – three most relevant themes for your abstract from the conference sessions/tracks.
- Please send in a brief biography together with the Abstract (Kindly refer the Abstract template for example).
- Please download the abstract template and follow the format carefully.
- Abstracts that do not confirm to the guidelines will be asked to revise.
- Abstarct received after the given deadline, due to any reason will not be accepted unless the deadline is extended.
- The abstract should be submitted in the format of MS Word (.doc or .docx) document.
Abstract Format Guidelines
- An abstract is a compendious summary of a research paper’s substance including its background, purpose, methodology, results, and conclusion.
- It should be one paragraph with a word limit of 200-250.
- Please do not include subheadings, bullets, lists and header/footer in the abstract.
- Try to keep the Abstract titles short, but descriptive. Informative titles, indicating key points are encouraged. Abbreviations should not be used in the title.
- Acronyms should be written in full the first time, mentioned in the text, followed by the abbreviation in parentheses.
- Make sure that the scientific names are in Italic.
- Use a negative exponent (g. kgm-3) and do not indicate units as divisions (e.g. kg/m 3 ).
- Any Chemical formulae should be written in a standard form such as “CaCO3”, not as “CaCO3”. Use a zero before decimal points such as “0.45,” not “.45.”
Title: Times New Roman, 12 points, Upper case, centre text in bold
Body: Times New Roman, 11 points; Line spacing: 1, one column of text
- Affiliations should be indicated with superscript.
- A superscript asterisk shout be used for the corresponding author
- Names of affiliations should be given including the country.
- If there is more than one name and address, they should be related by superscript numbers.
- Surname INITIALS 1, Surname INITIALS 1* and Surname INITIALS 2
- Department, Faculty, University, Country
- Department, Institute, Country
- *email@example.com (* Email address of the corresponding author)
Note: Download follow the abstract template for better understanding.
Guidelines For The Co-Authors
- Please note a single registration permits only one person to attend the conference.
- If the co-authors would like to attend the conference their registration and payment are required to be made independently.
- However, they will be given a waiver of 25% in Listener’s Registration Fee.
- The certificate will also be issued for the co-authors upon their registration/payment for the conference.
- Please make prior communications with the organizing committee regards to this matter to avail the benefit of the discount.
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