Abstract Submission Form


2020 QSEN International Forum

Abstract Submission

The following form allows you to submit an abstract for potential presentation at the 2020 QSEN International Forum. Submissions will be accepted between November 1, 2019 until December 31, 2019. Notice of acceptance will be no later than February 14, 2020.

Abstract content should be free of agency, trade and/or commercial product names. An anonymous version of the abstract will be peer-reviewed by at least two quality & safety expert reviewers.

Abstracts will be reviewed by the following criteria:
• Contributes to the 2020 QSEN International Forum objectives.
• Purpose is clearly stated.
• The methods are appropriate for the study, program, or project.
• The results from the study, program, or project reported are specific to QSEN competencies.
• The work is innovative and would be of interest to others.
• The abstract is organized, clear, and concise without typographical errors.

Please note that all submissions are final; you will not be able to edit your entry once the form has been submitted. Please make sure your information is complete and accurate.

If you have any problems using this form or have any questions about the submission process, please feel free to contact qsen.institute@gmail.com.


Please enter the title of your abstract. Note: the title does not count in the 350 word limit, but please limit to 15 words or less.

Author Information

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List any additional authors in this field.

Characteristics of the Submitted Abstract

Please select the QSEN competency that is BEST related to your abstract. "Select All Competencies" which will be generally reserved for abstracts about QSEN educational programs, integration of QSEN into curricula, QSEN instrument development, etc.

Abstract Submission

Enter the text of your abstract by entering information in each of the sections provided. You may type directly into the area or cut/paste your content from a .txt or .rtf file or paste directly from MS Word. The abstract is a brief summary of your work that includes the background, methods, evaluation, and implications of your work. The abstract is limited to 350 words total in the background, methods, evaluation, and implication sections, not 350 words in each section. Abstracts longer than 350 words will not be reviewed.
In this section describe the purpose/goal/aim of the work and why this work is important.
For research, describe the study design, sample, instruments, data collection procedures, and analytic approach used. For education or practice innovations, describe the innovation, and the process of implementation.
In this section, for both research and innovation projects, describe analytic findings including actual evaluation data. If this is a work in progress, describe how you plan to evaluate the project.
Describe the meaning of your findings and specific education and/or practice implications.

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