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NAHN 2024 Annual Conference
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Welcome to the NAHN Annual Conference Abstract Submission Site

The National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN) invites abstracts for the 49th Annual Conference, to be held July 31 - August 3 in Atlanta, GA. The theme of the 49th Conference is "El Futuro es Hoy: Advancing Nursing Policies, Systems and Environmental Changes To Impact Our Diverse Communities".

Deadline for submissions is 11:59 pm Eastern, February 15, 2024. Only abstracts submitted during the submission period will be considered.

About the Annual Conference
The NAHN Annual Conference attracts nurses, physicians, nurse educators, researchers, clinicians, case managers, healthcare innovators, and students. Our event is the only nursing association meeting dedicated to exploring healthcare issues affecting the Hispanic population and proposing potential solutions.

Special Notes Regarding Health and Safety
NAHN will hold a face-to-face event in Atlanta and will ensure appropriate protocols are in place to protect the health and safety of attendees. We will communicate details of these protocols as we get closer to the event, knowing that state and federal guidance is evolving. Presenters are expected to attend and present in-person, if selected to do so.

NAHN welcomes your innovation, knowledge, expertise, research, challenges and successes. Our theme is "El Futuro es Hoy: Advancing Nursing Policies, Systems and Environmental Changes To Impact Our Diverse Communities". This theme combines several key aspects of the current experience in healthcare and in particular the Latino healthcare experience. Policies at the local, state and federal level as well as environmental aspects from climate changes to technological implications all affect the future of Nursing. Understanding the effects addressing inequities and disparities in healthcare providers present, past and future experiences provides the fundamental foundation for developing a healthier workforce.

Overall Conference Learning Objectives
At the end of the conference, the participant will be able to:
  1. Explore innovations in healthcare education and their impact on preparing and retaining the next generation of healthcare professionals working with diverse communities.
  2. Promote the adoption of evidence-based approaches to drive positive healthcare outcomes and transform the patient and nursing experience.
  3. Synthesize evidence-based research to address healthcare disparities and promote health equity among diverse Hispanic communities.
  4. Discuss the role of present, emerging, and future nurse leaders in workforce strategy, education, research, and policy to combat ongoing public health challenges affecting the nursing profession and diverse communities.
Abstracts will be categorized into one of the four tracks listed below:
Track 1: Research
Track 2: Evidence-based Practice
Track 3: Leadership, Policy, & Advocacy
Track 4: Education

Abstract submissions are welcomed from nursing, healthcare professionals, and students. Please read and make note of the important dates, requirements and information described in this Abstract Submission Guide.

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