2017 National Conference Presenting Opportunities

conf landing 2revAANP cordially invites all interested parties to submit proposals for 75-minute presentations, 30-minute podium presentations and/or poster sessions, to be considered for inclusion in the AANP 2017 National Conference schedule.

Please click on the tabs below for information regarding each type of presentation, and submit your proposal accordingly.  
NOTE: Submissions for Industry Scientific Poster Presentations will open early 2017. Please check back for instructions; do not submit Industry Scientific Poster Presentations using the processes described in the tabs below. 
A limited number of submissions will be selected as 30-Minute Podium Presentations and/or Poster Sessions at the AANP 2017 National Conference. Major abstract categories include clinical/practice and research.
  • Areas of interest include: novel clinical or education interventions, innovative models of care, emerging health conditions, evolving leadership and policy issues, original research findings and resourceful outcome measures.
  • Final selections will be based on the quality and clarity of the abstract and relevance to the contemporary NP practice environment.

Appropriate Content:

  • Completed research papers concerning all facets of NP practice (in-progress reports will be considered for poster session only)
  • Brief updates regarding clinical innovations and practice issues relevant to NPs (to allow coverage within a 30-minute podium presentation or poster session)

Submission Guidelines and Process:

The proposal submisson period ended on Monday, August 29, 2016 at 5PM CT. If you have any questions regarding the proposal submission process, please contact Debbie Jones at 512.442.4262 ext. 5222 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
A limited number of submissions will be selected for 75-minute presentations at the AANP 2017 National Conference. Proposals will be reviewed by the AANP 2017 National Conference Committee and evaluated to ensure the following: 
  • Proposals include accurate and complete information.
  • Content is current, evidence-based and suitable for a 75-minute presentation duration.
  • Presentation does not promote personal interest in a service, book or product.
  • Presenter’s experience indicates expertise in the subject area.

Submission Guidelines and Process:

Final selections will be consistent with the identified educational needs, presentation ethics and objectives of the conference. Conference objectives are to:
  • Provide expert faculty presentations of current, practical and clinically oriented evidence-based practice information that addresses the roles of providers and patients, incorporating an inter-professional perspective.
  • Provide state-of-the-art skill enhancement workshops.
  • Discuss current national, state and local legislative, regulatory and practice issues affecting nurse practitioners.
  • Provide international and national opportunities for collegial networking.
A separate submission (limit 4 per primary presenter) must be completed for each 75-minute proposal. NOTE: Proposals for workshops will not be considered within this call.

The proposal submission period ended on Monday, August 15, 2016, 5PM CT. If you have any questions regarding the proposal submission process, please contact Dr. Anne Norman at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
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