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Alaska: What does the future look like as the population ages + what are the implications for health care delivery?

22.05.2017

This conference from 27 May - 3 June 2018 will offer the opportunity to discuss what ageing will look like into the 21st century and how health care services will be delivered. For Nursing, in particular, it will provide a platform to explore how Nursing services across the health care spectrum may alter.
Held aboard the Celebrity Infinity cruise ship, you will experience the majesty of the Hubbard Glacier in Alaska. With its pristine waters, abundant wildlife and breath-taking scenery, you will be spoilt for choice on this once in a lifetime travel adventure.

The Organising Committee warmly invites abstract submissions, for an oral presentation from those clinicians, researchers, and educators wishing to share their knowledge, innovative practice planning, and learnings in the implications of ageing in the 21st Century.

Call For Abstracts
The theme for this conference is:
"What does the future look like as we age into the 21st Century and what are the implications for health care delivery?”

This conference will offer the opportunity to explore what ageing will look like into the 21st century and how health care services will be delivered. For Nursing, in particular, it will provide a platform to investigate how Nursing services across the health care spectrum may alter.

Will research and science mitigate the current issues associated with chronic disease?
Will public health initiatives lead to disease prevention and a healthier older population?
Will residential aged care be delivered as it is now in an institutional setting?
Will robotics play a role in care delivery?
Will technology allow people to remain supported at home?
Will we reinvent what home means?
Will the Baby Boomer generation redefine the concept of customer service in the health care industry?
Will Nursing as a profession be able to adapt and change to meet these expectations?

The Organising Committee warmly invites abstract submissions, for an oral presentation from those clinicians, researchers, and educators wishing to share their knowledge, innovative practice planning, and learnings in the implications of ageing in the 21st Century.

The Conference Themes:

Acute health service delivery
Chronic disease management
Mental health services
The aged care industry in Australia
Community based services including general practice and public health services
Education Institutions – What will the role of the Nurse be in health services delivery?

Presentations will be 45 minutes duration with an additional 15 minutes allocated for questions and discussion.
General Policies and Requirements for Submission of Abstracts

All abstracts must be received by the Conference Managers no later than 5pm Monday the 22nd of May 2017.
All submitting authors will be notified of the results of the review of abstracts by Friday 26th of May 2017.

It is a condition of acceptance that all presenters must be registered delegates.
The Nurses for Nurses Network and Education at Sea Conference is not able to provide funding for presenters. However, all accepted presenters who register by the deadline, and for the full conference, will be eligible for a 50% discount on Conference Registration fee for one presenter for one presentation only.

If your abstract is accepted, you must register for the conference before Friday 7th of July 2017. Papers will not be scheduled for presentation until registration has been received.
Presenters must be available to present on any of the conference days, as assigned by the Conference Committee.
All abstracts must contain original work.
The presenting author must submit the abstract.
All abstracts must be prepared according to the guidelines provided.
It is the responsibility of the presenting author to ensure that the abstract is submitted correctly and received by the Conference Managers by the deadline.
The Conference Managers will not be held responsible for abstract submissions not received.
Abstracts must be 300 words or less (including references) and must not contain figures or tables.

Submission of Abstracts
Please select the appropriate category for your abstract.

1. PRACTICE REPORT
This option is most suited for papers on case studies, strategic interventions, service delivery programs, action research, evaluation and other practice issues.
Practice report abstracts should contain concise statements of:
Issues:
A short summary of the problem and context;
Discussion:
A brief description of the project or intervention, including outcomes, approach to review or evaluation, and consideration of implications.
Conclusions:
A brief description of the significance of the findings and where relevant, recommendations for future practice.
Implications:
A statement of the practical and/or theoretical implications of the presentation.

2. ORIGINAL RESEARCH
This option is most suited for scientific, or empirical research studies.
Original research abstracts must contain concise statements of:
Background:
The study objectives, the hypothesis to be tested, or a description of the problem;
Methods:
Method(s) used or approach taken;
Results:
Specific results in summarized form (with statistical analysis if appropriate);
Conclusions:
Description of the main outcome of the study. All abstracts should disclose primary findings and avoid, whenever possible, promissory statements such as "experiments" are in progress or results will be discussed
Implications:
A statement of the practical and/or theoretical implications of the research study.

3. POLICY
This option is most suited to papers focusing on policy issues and debates.
Policy abstracts should contain concise statements of:
Issues:
A short summary of the issue(s);
Discussion:
A brief description of the policy background, position taken and implications;
Conclusions:
A brief description of the conclusions and significance of the findings.
Implications:
A statement of the practical and/or theoretical implications of the presentation.
Guidelines for Abstract formatting:

TITLE
The abstract title should be short, informative and contain the major key words. It should be in sentence case, Arial, BOLD, 14 pt size, and centre aligned.
Authors

Abstract titles should be followed by authors first initial and last name (with the presenting author in bold).
Current Bio (please note the Conference Mangaers may edit to for word spacing available) and jpg file of head and shoulders for conference program.

Abstract text

Abstract text must be in Arial, 12pt size, single-spaced and justified.
Abstracts are to be a maximum of 300 words, including references.
There is to be a maximum of 2 references.
Use standard abbreviations only. Within the body of the abstract, when using abbreviations spell out the name in full at the first mention and follow with the abbreviation in parenthesis. Abbreviations may be used in the title, provided the name in full is outlined in the body of the abstract.

Submit as a pdf document and jpg file of photo via email to Conference Manager info@nursesfornurses.com.au

For further information regarding abstract submission, please contact the Conference Managers:

The Nurses for Nurses Network
Phone: 07 4151 3884
Email: info@nursesfornurses.com.au

If your abstract is accepted, you must register for the conference (deadline is Friday the 7th of July 2017). Papers will not be scheduled for presentation until registration deposit has been received by Travel Direct Australia.

https://www.nursesfornurses.com.au/events/193/Aged-Care-into-the-21st-Century-Alaska


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