Call for Abstracts

Deadline: March 6, 2023 11:59 PM EST

The Program Committee invites nurses, physicians, educators, and those in related disciplines to submit an Abstract for possible presentation at the ISPAN 2023 Meeting.

We are seeking Abstracts that address the arena of surgical and non-surgical procedures as well as medical issues specific to plastic surgical nursing with a focus on innovations, evidence-based outcomes, assessment and interventions, continuous quality improvement, research, education, work ethics, legal and legislative issues, practice management, marketing, communication, infection control, technology, managed care, patient safety, and environmental challenges for the nurse participating in the field of aesthetic and reconstructive surgery.

An abstract should include the title of the proposed presentation, two objectives, and a concise summary of the overall presentation content.

All Abstracts must be submitted electronically. No other method of submission will be accepted. Selections will be determined by mid March and qualified presenters will be notified via email.

  • Lead speaker must be the submitter of the proposed session.
  • Lead speaker to add the names of their additional speakers as indicated below.
  • Additional speakers will receive individual e-mail requesting disclosure information and other significant notifications.
Please contact the ISPAN National Offices at (978) 927-8330 if you have any questions.

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* * Please note: The ISPAN does not offer any type of honorarium. Travel and housing arrangements are the sole responsibility of the presenter(s).
* This abstract is submitted for:
     Preconvention Workshop General/Concurrent Session Poster
* Identify Topic:
     General Surgical Aesthetic Other (please specify):
* Presentation Title:
* Abstract
(100 words or less)
* Objectives Objectives describe what the learner will be able to do by the end of the presentation. For example: Identify, Explain, Discuss, or Demonstrate if it is a hands-on workshop.
NOTE: Educational objectives are written statements that describe the learner-oriented outcomes which may be expected as a result of participation in the educational activity. In the case of most CE activities, these statements describe knowledge, skills, and attitude changes that should occur upon successful completion of the activity.
Learner-oriented outcomes are expressed in measurable terms, identify observable actions, and specify one action or outcome per objective. The number of objectives for the program should be sufficient to accomplish the intended purpose of the activity. It is recommended that objectives be limited to one or two per hour.

State objectives in behavioral terms using the required format. Objectives must use behavioral verbs, be stated from the standpoint of the learner, and complete the statement: "At the end of this activity, the learner will be able to..."

* Lead Presenter
First Name:
Last Name:
* Speaker Bio
(100 words or less)
Co-Presenter 1
First Name: Last Name: Credentials:

Co-Presenter 2
First Name: Last Name: Credentials:
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* Signature: * Date:

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