- Demonstrate the intersectionality of culture to address the social determinants of health and illness.
- Identify collaborative partnerships in the delivery of healthcare.
- Address issues related to diversity, inclusion, and equality in the provision of healthcare.
Information for consideration:
- TCNS encourages and accepts submissions from multiple healthcare disciplines.
- TCNS encourages and accepts both qualitative and quantitative research submissions.
- TCNS encourages diversity of submission topics.
- TCNS encourages and accepts submission from students, clinical practice, research, administration and education.
- TCNS encourages diversity of theories and theorists, frameworks, and models.
- Poster Presentations will be done in a virtual format, including an in-person overview on one assigned day of the in-person conference.
- All presenters must register for the conference and attend in-person unless specifically assigned a virtual presentation.
- Presenters must register to attend the conference by September 15, 2022 or they will be removed from the program. Registration fees are non-refundable after this date.
Abstract Submission Information:
- Abstracts must address the conference theme and objectives.
- Abstracts must be blinded.
- Abstracts must be submitted through the secure on-line system.
- Abstract must be limited to 300-500 words. References included in the body of the abstract only. No reference list should be included.
- Research and Quality Improvement(QI) Project presentations are required to have undergone an IRB review
- Research and other presentations of indigenous populations must have approval from the council/governing body of the indigenous communities. If it is research, then IRB approval from the author's institution is also required.
- Only submissions with completed research will be accepted for podium presentations. That is, if a submission to any category includes results of an investigation, only completed research will be accepted for a podium presentation. On the other hand, if the presentation falls within a category other than research, and does not include research, then there is no such requirement.
- Research based presentation should use the introduction, methods, results, and discussion (IMRAD) structure.
- Posters may include pilot projects, ongoing research, preliminary analyses, literature reviews or other non-research projects.
- Abstracts should be submitted for new work, not presented elsewhere. Abstracts must be an original idea, concept, an improvement or revision of an old idea/concept. If the presentation was only to a local community, such as one’s home institution or a local chapter, it can be submitted to our international conference.
- Non-research symposium presentation may be submitted.
- Each abstract should include a section on significance or relevance to the development of transcultural knowledge.
- Abstract submission deadline midnight Eastern Daylight Time on April 15, 2022.
- Questions can be directed to email@example.com.
Sample Abstract and Evaluation Criteria: