Poster presentations are a very valuable and popular part of the education program offered at the annual conference.
Photos taken at the 2015 AAACN Conference.
This very successful event offers a way for nurses and their facilities to share cutting edge advances and best practices in ambulatory care nursing while educating attendees on their achievements. Conference participants can speak with poster presenters to learn more about their topic.
Attendees are also given the opportunity to vote for the best poster. Ribbons are awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place posters. Nurses earn 1.0 contact hours for viewing the posters on display.
View the 2016 Poster Presentations (members must be logged in to view the poster presentations). Posters from the VA are marked with this icon.
Something new this year, view an AAACN photo album and have a look at 2016 conference attendees looking at the posters and having a good time in Palm Springs!
In 2017, join us for our 42nd Annual Conference on May 10-13, 2017, New Orleans Marriott, New Orleans, LA. Visit the online AAACN Abstract Management System to register and submit your abstract for review.
- Poster submissions are open until December 15, 2016
Here are a few comments from attendees when asked what they particularly benefited from at the conference:
“Loved, loved, loved the poster session. Many of the posters represented work by staff nurses! Great work going on out there!”
“Learned so much from the poster sessions both in presentation ideas and content of presenters. “
“The posters were wonderful and the networking they created was wonderful.”
“The presentations and posters were very thought provoking, and relevant to the practice of ambulatory care.”
“Really enjoyed the poster presentations. There were several that interested me and were directly related to something my practice is involved with or interested in starting.”
“Excellent, loved the poster presentations and the networking.”
“I particularly enjoyed the poster presentations! They really showcased the great work being done in ambulatory care.”
"Enjoyed the poster sessions, wish I had more time for reviewing and discussing with presenters."
“The posters were great.”