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Call for Poster Sessions

Posted December 5, 2016

WSNA invites you to submit a poster abstract for presentation at the Biennial Nursing Convention to be held May 3-5, 2017, at the Tulalip Resort and Convention Center. 

(You must register and attend the Convention in order to have your poster featured.)

WSNA is the leading voice and advocate for nurses in Washington, providing representation and training that allow nurses to reach their full professional potential and focus on caring for patients. As the state’s premier professional nursing organization, we seek to advance nursing knowledge by providing and promoting access to evidence-based research and practice developments. To this end, we invite those who have conducted research relevant to all spheres of nursing practice to share their findings in a poster presentation at the conference. The conference will feature the theme “Creating a culture of safety: Taking responsibility together” by sharing the latest advances in research, practice, technology and health care delivery, and it offers three full days of learning opportunities and collaborative exchange in a beautiful setting.

General Poster Abstract Information

  • WSNA members and nonmembers may submit a poster abstract using the online system.
  • The process is fully automated and easy to follow. Each poster abstract is submitted individually.
  • Accepted research poster abstracts will be published online on this website.

General Poster Abstract Criteria

  • Poster abstract content must support WSNA’s priority agenda topics such as evidence-based practice, leadership, research, ethics, public policy and advanced practice.
  • All research, evidence-based solutions and best practice poster abstracts must have been completed with documented outcomes prior to online submission.

Poster abstracts will not be edited for content.

Submit Your Poster Abstract

Submit your poster abstract via our online form.


Submit your poster abstract

“The variety of presenters provided opportunities for learning that I would not have sought otherwise.” – 2015 attendee

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