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Call for Posters - 2018 Conference

Nurse Practitioners of Idaho 2018 Conference
Boise Centre (On the Grove) -- Boise, Idaho
August 45 & 25, 2018 
Deadline for Application: August 1, 2018

Nurse Practitioners of Idaho (NPI) is seeking poster presentations for their 2018 Conference. This is a two day conference with state and national healthcare leaders presenting on a wide variety of topics for nurse practitioners. This year's theme is maximizing wellness across the lifespan in the primary care setting. Posters submitted for the conference do not need to follow this theme. NPI is excited to announce the 2018 conference will feature Mimi Secor as the keynote speaker.

Poster Guidelines

The posters may be a student thesis, scholarly project or other work that is relevant to nurse practitioners and their practice. Content areas for the posters may include professional issues, clinical practice, research, education and professional development. All lettering, graphics, and photos should be clear, legible, and professional. Proper attribution for referenced sources should be clearly stated on the poster. There is no stipend for poster submission. Any university credit for the submission should be negotiated by the individual student with the institution of learning. NPI will provide confirmation of poster display for use in obtaining credit and supporting a presenter's curriculum vitae. The posters accepted for display at the conference must be delivered to the Boise Centre (On the Grove) by 7am on the morning of August 24.

Application Instructions

All applications for poster submission must be made online or by email. All applications received by the deadline will be reviewed for consideration. Multiple poster presentations are welcome. Deadline for application is August 1, 2018, 5:00 pm.  If accepted, one of the authors must register for at least one day of the conference.

  1. Presentation Title
  2. Name and credentials of all presenters (authors) and co-presenters (co-authors)
  3. Contact information of principle presenter (author):
    1. Full name and professional designation
    2. Mailing address
    3. Email address
    4. Home/office phone number or other contact number
    5. Cell phone number if you are willing to communicate by text
    6. School of enrollment (or the school of prior attendance with year of graduation)
  4. Presentation Summary (maximum 50 words)
  5. Presentation Abstract (maximum 400 words). Each abstract must contain enough detail for evaluation:
    1. Purpose
    2. Introduction summary
    3. Methodology/Process
    4. Results/Outcomes
    5. Implications for practice
    6. Conclusions
    7. References as appropriate
  6. Presentation of Learning Objectives (minimum of 3)

Submit your completed application by email to or through the form found here.

Any questions, please contact Karin Iuliano at