Resources for Poster Presenters
Learn valuable tips for creating effective abstract submissions and poster presentations
ARN offers useful resources to help you create, submit and present your abstracts. Learn what makes an abstract successful, how to present a poster virtually, and more. Our resources below will help you put together abstract submissions that you will be proud to present!
Creating a Successful Abstract
Do you want to get published but don’t know where to start? Learn how to create a successful abstract submission from Amy Bok, MSN RN CRRN. This presentation will explore all aspects of abstract submissions, including content, structure, and why you should submit one for publication.
Writing an Abstract for a Research or QI Poster Presentation
Hear from Theresa Pietsch, PhD RN CRRN CNE, as she describes the purpose of writing and submitting an abstract for a conference poster presentation and discusses the major content headings of a research study or QI project abstract. She will also discuss the importance of knowing the conference abstract guidelines, like word limitations and writing and reference formats.
Steps to Constructing Research and QI Posters
Get informative tips from Beverly S. Reigle, PhD RN on how to properly construct research and QI posters following a simple six-step process. Dr. Reigle’s presentation will also provide poster templates and available resources that you can and should utilize when creating your own poster.
Presenting Your Poster Virtually at a Conference
Sara Hynes, Cidalia Vital, MS, RN, CNL, CPAN, and Anne Deutsch, RN PhD CRRN discuss all things virtual! Learn how to prepare and record audio presentations, engage in virtual Q&A discussions, and more. This presentation will provide you with everything you need to know to have a successful virtual poster presentation.
These presentations are not eligible for CNE credits. If you're in need of CNE credits, please check out our on-demand education, the upcoming conference, or other opportunities for CNE credit through an ARN membership.