Deadlines Near for Research Funding and Abstract Submission
Research Funding Opportunity!
Accepting applications for the IHCNO 2024 Marilyn D Harris Research Grant to support your
study that is planned or in progress.
Please review the announcement and application under the Research tab for
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Applications are due September 30
Call for Abstracts Extended to September 29th, 2023
and Conference Updates
The Call for Abstracts for the Tsao Foundation-International Home Care Nurses Organization (IHCNO) Hybrid Conference in Singapore 2024, Transforming Home and Community-based Care in an Ageing World, has been extended to September 29th, 2023. Please consider submitting an abstract. Abstracts for presentations (in-person and virtual) and eposters about community and home-based care endeavors are welcomed.
The abstract guidelines and submission form and more detailed information about the conference are at: Click Here
Thank you for your submission and we hope to see you at this hybrid conference in Singapore.
Abstracts for oral and e-poster presentation are sought from clinicians, educators, leaders, researchers and students involved in community and home-based care for the 2024 Tsao Foundation - IHCNO Hybrid Conference (Singapore and Virtual). The 2024 Conference will include in-person, live-streaming, and recorded/on-demand content. Of particular interest are abstracts for oral and e-poster presentations that align with the conference tracks and themes.
Submit abstract(s) electronically via this
DEADLINE for submissions: 11:59PM US Eastern Time, 29 September 2023.
Abstracts and presentations must be in English. The first author is responsible for the abstract content and for communications with the abstracts and conference planners. Abstract submission signifies the intent of the presenter(s) to register and attend the conference via live or virtual format if the abstract is accepted.
The Hybrid Conference will be held 18-20 April 2024, in Singapore. Selected presenters must be paid registrants. Presenters will assume costs related to travel, accommodations, and conference registration fees.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:
Abstract: 250 words maximum for the body of the abstract
· Font: Arial, 12 point.
· Use block format: Do not indent paragraphs; single space text and double space between paragraphs.
· Format content according to type of abstract e.g. (practice, education, research, leadership and management, etc.)
· Spell out abbreviations the first time they appear
· Indicate your preference for oral or e-poster presentation (located on the abstract submission form)
ABSTRACT RECEIPT, REVIEW DECISION, and AUTHOR CONFIRMATION
Submitted abstracts will be acknowledged with a follow-up email of receipt from Oxford Abstracts.
The primary abstract author will be contacted by email of the abstract review decision by Friday, 27 October 2023.
The primary abstract author of an accepted abstract is to confirm participation in the 2024 Hybrid Conference by completing conference registration forms. Registration due date: Friday, 10 November 2023. (Conference registration details will be shared at a later date. Do stay tuned!)
We thank you for your submission and hope to see you at the Singapore Conference! More information about the conference is at: Here
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Help us Recognize and Celebrate the IHCNO 2023 DAISY Foundation Nurse Leader Honoree!
Dorcas Wanjohi RN, BSN, PHN,MHA and current supervisor Sabrina Trovato (pictured below)
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Dorcas with Melissa Kimble, BSN, RN, PHN
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In Loving Memory
Dr. Christiana Kouta, Cyprus
Christiana Kouta, PhD, Msc, Bsc, DipN, RN was a dedicated volunteer with the International Home Care Nurses Organization (IHCNO). We sadly recognize her death which occurred on March 25, 2023. Read More Here
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IHCNO Advisory Council Member is Honored by CDC
Elizabeth “Betsy” Walls, MSN, RN, MBA, NHCP- BC, is the retired Director of Personal Health for the Chester County Health Department (Pennsylvania). Betsy’s efforts helped to establish the Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) Program and Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) in Chester County. Betsy was recognized as the Pennsylvania’s PHEP Trailblaze in celebration of CDC’s 20th anniversary of the PHEP program and Walls’ decades-long service to public health. Betsy is one of two Pennsylvanian’s who received this CDC recognition.
Congratulation to Professor Julie Green!
IHCNO Board Member Julie Green was promoted to Professor of District Nursing in January 2020. Due to COVID restrictions, she was not able to deliver her inaugural lecture.
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Professor Julie Green RN PhD FQNI FRCN Head of School
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