BACCN Twitter Chat #baccnabstract

13th Feb 2018

Thinking about submitting an abstract for the upcoming #BACCNConf2018? Don't know where to start?? Have a look at the storify version of our recent Twitter Chat where various  BACCN Scientific Committee Members alongside some of our previous conference presenters shared their own TOP TIPS in writing an abstract that will be accepted for Conference. 

Please remember that your abstract submissions help us to create a packed, varied and inspiring programme so we're looking for your input to ensure the programme is as current and relevant to all critical and immediate care professionals as possible. 

The themes this year are: 

  • Developing New Roles & Ways of Working
  • Building Resilience within Critical Care Nursing 
  • Education & Training
  • The role of Research Nurses and Nursing Research within Critical Care
  • Patient & Family Involvement within Critical Care
  • Quality Improvement Projects with a focus on Prevention - see scholarship      details below

We have a range of presentation styles to choose from for delivering your paper, from oral presentations to electronic poster displays. Whether you’re a seasoned presenter or a first time speaker we have lots of guidance and support in place to make sure you get the most out of your session and feel confident in your presentation. Visit the download centre to read guidelines, watch our first time presenter video and download electronic poster templates. 

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Our next Twitter Chat will take place on the 6th of March when we'll be discussing "newly qualified nurses working within ICU" Please join in and let's talk #newnurse

Karin

BACCN Conference Director

https://storify.com/karin_gerber/baccn-twitter-chat-5a82c34142e9c6164e72da54

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