Writing a strong conference abstract can be challenging. It needs to be concise, capture the reader’s attention, summarize topic, outline key points and describe broader implications-all in a few hundred words. The abstract is usually the first (sometimes only) part reviewers read, so it’s important to get it right. This webinar reviews essential elements & key qualities of a compelling abstract.
AONL members and non-members: Complimentary
Beverly Hancock, DNP, RN, NPD-BC, Senior Director, Leadership Development, AONL
Kourtney Sproat, Conference Program Manager, AONL
The program offers attendees the opportunity to earn up to .5 continuing education credits.