Online submission of a proposal for an activity at the EIPEN 2019 Conference

For each proposal you have to fill in a separate form. Please keep in mind the limited time for working online. Be sure to have information for yourself written out on beforehand in Word, so that you simply have to copy and paste. All information must be in correct English and checked for spelling.

If you want to submit more than one proposal, you will need to wait 20 minutes between two submissions or use another pc or internet connection. You will receive a confirmation but without opportunities for checking the elements of your submission. You are welcome to send a message to notifying us that you have submitted an abstract. In this way we have your correct e-mail address in our mailing system.

All submissions will be reviewed by the scientific committee on the basis of clarity, relevance for the conference, scientific and/or innovative value for research & development (if applicable), and value for training & practice (if applicable). Names of authors or presenters will be removed for blind review.

Please note that poster submissions also have to contain new or recently started projects or initiatives. If this is not the case but the poster still contains interesting content, the committee can decide to allow it as a showcase of good practice.

Full name of the presenter(s) (max. 2 and starting with first name, e.g., Henriette Lafarde & Walter Johansson)
Position(s)/function(s) (e.g., Senior lecturer, PhD student, Nurse, Team coach... )
Institutional affiliation (e.g., Department of Nursing, University of Medirail)
City and Country (e.g., Carranay, France)
E-mail address(es) of presenters to be notified (max. 2)
Title of the presentation
Author(s) of the study or project (initials of first names followed by family name, e.g., H Lafarde, J Rothbard & W Hohansson)
Abstract (max. 300 words in correct English, no subtitles, no paragraph separations, no references)
Brief outline of the presentation or the method used in a workshop (How will you start, what are the main steps...)
Any information that helps to better appreciate the submission
What format do you choose?
Oral presentation (with pc-projection) for an audience of up to 60 participants
Interactive workshop (with a limited number of max. 30 participants)
Roundtable discussion (with a limited number of max. 30 participants)
If you chose for oral presentation or workshop but the space or quality does not allow it, would you opt for a poster presentation?
Yes, I would have no problem with this
Yes, if that would be the only option
No, in this case I would revise my proposal if still possible
No, in this case I would decline
If you chose for a poster presentation but the committee would like you to give an oral presentation or workshop, would you consider this?
Yes, gladly
Yes, if the committee stimulates me to do so
No, I prefer not