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2018 Education Summit Abstract Review
2018 OLN Education Summit Abstract Review

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GUIDELINES FOR REVIEW OF ABSTRACTS FOR ORAL & ORAL or POSTER PRESENTATIONS AT EDUCATION SUMMIT 2018 

Please note that each abstract is numbered and there are 29 to review.  The submitters of these abstracts indicated they wished to do an oral presentation.  The first 7 were submitted for Oral Presentations only, the other 22 were submitted as either Oral or Poster Presentations.  We can schedule three (3) and perhaps five (5) presentations of 30 minutes. Selections should fill in the gaps and not duplicate, or could amplify, what the main presenters are doing.

Each abstract is listed separately below; Please click on the link for each abstract to complete the review. 

Please indicate if you think this abstract might lend itself to a presentation of 30 minutes or would be better as a poster presentation.  We would then ask if they would do a poster presentation rather than an oral presentation.  Please complete the comments section for each abstract to help in our selection.

When noting your overall evaluation of each abstract (using the criteria below to guide your judgments), use the following RATING SCALE:

  • 4 =  Excellent/Outstanding … meets the criterion with no question

  • 3 =  Good … worthwhile ideas, but does not meet the criterion to the “Nth” degree 

  • 2 =  Fair … some interesting ideas, but leaves much to be desired

  • 1 =  Poor … offers very little that would be appealing or exciting

Please CAREFULLY consider the following when giving each criterion a score of 1, 2, 3, or 4. 

  • SIGNIFICANCE - To what extent is this topic significant to nursing education?
  • CLARITY - Is the focus of the presentation clear?
  • QUALITY - Well written, good ideas, worth an oral presentation
  • UNIQUENESS - To what extent would this presentation offer unique ideas, new  approaches, etc.? Is it a duplicate from previous years?
  • BREADTH -  Do the ideas presented have broad applicability (e.g., to other programs, settings, student groups)

In the column space marked Oral or Poster, please indicate if you think this could be an oral presentation or poster presentation. . 

Add any COMMENTS & RECOMMENDATIONS. If you are one of the applicants or recognize one of the abstracts, please indicate in the comments section a CONFLICT OF INTEREST and do not review that abstract.

Please complete the review on or before Monday, November 13, 2017.  (This date is essential as we need to notify those accepted for oral presentations by November 17, 2017.) 

Thank you for assisting with this process.

Please make selection at the top of this page and begin your review.

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Oral or Poster Presentations

Please click on each abstract individually and complete review.  Click "Submit" at the end of each review to complete.

Oral or Poster Presentation Submissions

Abstract #1 - Teaching Health Assessment in the Virtual Classroom

Abstract #2 - Increasing Accessibility in Distance Education Courses

Abstract #3 - From Nursing Student to Educator: Mentorship with Meaning in a Digital World

Abstract #4 - Using Legislative Databases and Websites: Teaching Students Useful Health Policy Navigation Skills

Abstract #5 - Health Informatics in Associate Degree Nursing Programs: A National Study

Abstract #6 - Using Faculty Created YouTube Mini-Videos to Enhance, Update, and Stimulate Classroom Teaching

Abstract #7 - Perceived Presence of Faculty Using Interactive Media in Online Classes

Abstract #8 - Student Success with Computerized Examination

Abstract #9 - Development of a Standards-Based School Nursing Curriculum

Abstract #10 - Collaboration Between Academia and Practice to Develop An Online Preceptor Development Program

Abstract #11 - Pedagogical Approaches: Keeping up with Millennials in a Digital World

Abstract #12 - Becoming an RN: Bridging the Gap Between Nursing School and Practice

Abstract #13 - Stat Math Lab: An Innovative Technology Driven Teaching Strategy for Nursing Dosage Calculation

Abstract #14 - Flipping the Classroom: An Innovative Strategy to Promote Active Student Engagement in Nursing Education

Abstract #15 - Incorporating IPADS with Interactive Content Into Nursing Courses

Abstract #16 - Are Your Patient's SAD

Abstract #17 - Incorporating Multiple High-Fidelity Simulations and Simulation Assessment Into Nursing Courses

Abstract #18 - The Flipped Classroom Approach to Leadership Development

Abstract #19 - Innovative Strategies for Teaching Evidence Based Practice Through Gaming

Abstract #20 - Use of Technology in an Online Nursing Informatics Course

Abstract #21 - Redesigning a Clinical Practice Model for Nursing Students

Abstract #22 - Move Over Millennials: Generation Z Goes to Nursing School

SELECT TO PLEASE LIST YOUR TOP FIVE ORAL or ORAL/POSTER Here

Poster Only Presentations

GUIDELINES FOR REVIEW OF ABSTRACTS FOR POSTER PRESENTATION AT EDUCATION SUMMIT 2018

Please note that each abstract is numbered and there are 23 ABSTRACTS FOR POSTER PRESENTATIONS to review.

The submitters of these abstracts indicated they wished to do a POSTER presentation.  (These would be in addition to the potential 22 that are not chosen for oral presentation for potential number of 45 poster presentations.  The poster presentation room holds about 25 comfortably.)  Please carefully make your review and selection.

The format for review of the Poster Presentations is slightly different than the Oral Review but the same critical review and careful consideration should be used before selecting Accept or Reject.  Please consider the following when choosing to Accept or Reject the poster presentation and make notations in the comments section for each abstract.

  • SIGNIFICANCE - To what extent is this topic significant to nursing education?
  • CLARITY - Is the focus of the presentation clear?
  • QUALITY - Well written, good ideas, worth an oral presentation
  • UNIQUENESS - To what extent would this presentation offer unique ideas, new  approaches, etc.? Is it a duplicate from previous years?
  • BREADTH -  Do the ideas presented have broad applicability (e.g., to other programs, settings, student groups) 

Add any COMMENTS & RECOMMENDATIONS. If you are one of the applicants or recognize one of the abstract, please indicate a CONFLICT OF INTEREST in the Comments Section and do not review that abstract. Please complete your review on or before Monday, November 13, 2017.. Thank you

Please click here to review the 23 Poster Only Abstracts.  Thank you.

Poster #1 -Utilizing Evidence & Synergy Model to Create Standardized Orientation Tools

Poster #2 - Using Diffusion of Innovations Theory to Facilitate a Transition to Concept-Based Curriculum

Poster #3 - Communication Simulation Using Livestreaming

Poster #4 - Promoting NCLEX Success:  Simulation Technology Across the Curriculum

Poster #5 - New Online Adjunct Faculty Mentorship Program

Poster #6 - Data Driven Decision Making

Poster #7 - Faculty Incivility in the Online Classroom: Implementation of Civility Policy and Procedures

Poster #8 - Using Scavenger Hunt Activities to Engage Students in Infection Control & CMS Quality Initiatives

Poster #9 -Comparison of Diets and Types of Conflict Influencing Diet Selection

Poster #10 - Integrating Community Health Worker Roles in the Curriculum for Prelicensure Nursing Students

Poster #11 - The Use of Role Play for Identification and Assessment of Human Trafficking

Poster #12 - Experiences Teaching Korean Nursing Students: Faculty Perspective

Poster #13 - Preliminary Investigation of the Nursing Attachment Styles Questionnaire

Poster #14 - MultiCultural Student Resource Group for Nursing Students

Poster #15 - Investigating the Reliability and Validty of a Patient Education Questionnaire for Nursing Students

Poster #16 - Success Gives You Courage: The Lived Experience of a Group of ESL Learners

Poster #17 -Implementation of Revised Clinical Evaluation Performance Tool in a Baccalaureate Nursing Program

Poster #18 -Accelerated BSN Nursing Students: Central Line Dressing Change Skill and Cognitive-Affective-Behavioral Changes

Poster #19 - An Undergraduate Interprofessional Course: Theoretical and Simulation Experiences for Accelerated BSN Students

Poster #20 - Designing and Implementing a Patient Education Skill, Training for BSN Nursing Students

Poster #21 - Implementing a Strategic Education Plan to Improve ECG Competency in New Caregivers

Poster #22 - In the Shadow of Trauma: A Nursing Student's Path

Poster #23 - Situational Awareness

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