The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) has announced it will host its 29th International Nursing Research Congress from 19-23 July 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. STTI conducts its annual congress in different cities around the world to be close to members and showcase host locations in each of the organization’s seven global regions.
In Melbourne, congress attendees will have the opportunity to connect and engage with more than 800 nurse researchers, students, clinicians, and leaders focused on evidence-based research, all while experiencing the tastes and wonders of the Land Down Under.
STTI will post a call for abstracts shortly after the conclusion of the 28th International Nursing Research Congress this July in Dublin, Ireland. Abstract deadlines and registration information for the 2018 event will be available soon.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Submission Deadline Extended to 11 December 2017
Sigma Theta Tau International’s research priorities are promotion of healthy communities through health promotion, disease prevention, and recognition of social, economic, and political determinants; implementation of evidence-based practice; targeting the needs of vulnerable populations such as the chronically ill and poor; and capacity development for research by nurses.
Open opportunities are available for submitting abstracts for the 29th International Nursing Research Congress. Research and evidence-based practice abstracts are currently being accepted. If you would like to submit an abstract, or for suggested topics and submission guidelines, please select one of the abstract categories below.