Clemson University

We will be hosting the 6th Global Service Learning Summit on November 3-5, 2019. This collaborative effort between the CU Office of Global Engagement and Globalsl Network will provide opportunities to share best practices for sustainable community-campus partnerships with colleagues from across the nation and the Global South. Mark your calendars for now. More details will be forthcoming in the next few weeks.

Faculty, graduate students, and community partners are encouraged to submit abstracts for discursive sessions, case studies, and posters. Find all conferences themes and submission
guidelines HERE. The online submission portal is now operational. More information will be available soon.

Share with your partners that registration scholarships for community partners are available to incentivize participation from community-campus partnerships. More details

We are very excited to host this important conference. Please share with your colleagues within Clemson University as well as outside institutions.

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King International Nursing Group

2019 Collaborative Nursing Theory Conference

Nursing Theories:  Moving Forward through Collaboration, Application and Innovation

Washington, D.C. - Nov 14-15, 2019 - George Washington University

Co-sponsor:

George Washington University

 In collaboration with:  International Association of Human Caring;  International Caritas Consortium;  International Consortium of Parse Scholars;  Modeling and Role Modeling;  Neuman Systems Model Trustees Group;  Orem International Society;  Roy Adaptation Association; Society of Rogerian Scholars;  Transcultural Nursing Society;  UCONN SON;  Watson Caring Science Institute

An inspiring forum for all nurses (clinicians, researchers, educators, administrators, nurse practitioners, theorists, and undergraduate and graduate students) to celebrate nursing knowledge development through clinical, theoretical, and research presentations related to nursing theory. There will be twenty-four peer reviewed presentations following a keynote panel with time for responses to the panel. A silent auction will be used to raise scholarship funds.

 Program Objectives:

[1] Examine the unique important role of nursing theory in the profession of nursing.

[2] Examine the relationship between nursing theory and health care outcomes

[3] Develop strategies for using nursing theories within one’s practice, whether direct care, education, management or research

Call for Abstracts: To be available on website (king.clubexpress.com). Submission deadline: May 1, 2019.

Conference Location George Washington University

Hotels:  TBD (info to be posted on king.clubexpress.com)

In order to reserve rooms at the conference rate, you will need to register for the K.I.N.G educational conference to obtain the registration code.

 Metro Location: Foggy Bottom/GWU -  (https://www.wmata.com/rider-guide/stations/foggy-bottom.cfm)

Parking: TBD

Registration Schedule:

Early Bird Registration: (by 9/8/2019 5pm Eastern)

Regular Registration after 9/8/2019

Registration fees are currently being developed and will be posted on king.clubexpress.com by 3/1/2019.

Registration Categories:

  • Members of collaborating nursing theory organizations
  • Registrants who are not members of collaborating nursing theory organizations
  • Students

On-line registration will also be available 3/1/2019 at king.clubexpress.com

For additional information, please contact:

Louanne Friend: loutv@hotmail.com

Christina Sieloff: sieloffc@hotmail.com