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Symposia, Podium, and Poster for the 36th Annual Conference

Leveraging Health Equity through Nursing Partnerships in Research, Education, and Practice

wednesday, February 23 - FRIDAY, fEBRUARY 25, 2022 I Sheraton New Orleans

The Southern Nursing Research Society Annual Conference provides an opportunity for SNRS members to report ongoing and completed research as well as theoretical, conceptual, and methodological projects to colleagues and now Scholarly Work as posters. 

The abstract submission site for symposia, podium, and poster presentations (research and scholarly work) is now open for the 2022 SNRS Annual Conference. The majority of podium presentations are selected from the first call for submissions. Students are encouraged to submit an abstract for podium presentation as long as all other criteria listed are met. However, if students would like to be considered for the Top Student Poster session they should submit in the second call for student posters.

Please review the submission guidelines and the rating form/s on the SNRS website within the submission guidelines document. These documents contain important information regarding abstract submission, what types of abstracts SNRS does and does not accept and items that you will need prior to starting the abstract submission process.  Reviewing this information in advance will greatly facilitate the submission process.

SNRS membership is NOT required at the time of abstract submission. However, membership is REQUIRED at the time of presentation, if you are selected.  

To begin the abstract submission process click here to pay your $25 abstract fee via the SNRS online store. You must log in to your account in order to complete the transaction in the online store otherwise you will receive an error. If you do not have an account, on the SNRS portal, please create a new account. Once payment is submitted you will receive a link to the abstract site via your payment receipt.

Please note: There is a $25 submission fee for each abstract including the symposium overview. You must submit payment on the SNRS website before submitting your abstract.

Important Dates:

  • May 17 - August 1, 2021 at 11:59 pm CT: Call for Symposia, Podium, and Posters
  • July 28 - September 12, 2021: Call for Pre-conference Workshops 
    • ​Submit your pre-conference workshop here
  • September 8-October 6, 2021: SNRS will be accepting submissions for the second call of Student/Latebreaker Posters and Non-Research General Sessions. The Top Student Posters will be selected from the Second Call of student research abstract submissions.  

For more information regarding the conference please click here

nhlbi announces participation in pa-18-932 "increasing uptake of evidence-based screening in diverse adult populations (ro1 clinical trial optional)

The National Heart, Lung, and Blood institute (NHLBI) seeks research proposals that would produce generalizable new knowledge informing screening strategies in high-burden and underserved communities and populations, to reduce disparities in screening. Grant applications should address conditions for which there is already good evidence of benefit from screening at least in some demographic or clinical subgroups. Applications could address screening for conditions where the supportive evidence is considered insufficient by the US Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF), such as atrial fibrillation and obstructive sleep apnea, but for which screening is recommended by at least one major organization, such as the American Heart Association (AHA), American College of Cardiology (ACC), the American College of Physicians (ACP), and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). Variation in clinical screening practice guideline recommendations for HBLS conditions such as atrial fibrillation, abdominal aortic aneurysm, and obstructive sleep apnea calls for strengthening the evidence base for prevention screening modalities. NHLBI is interested in supporting applications that also focus on high-risk and underserved/under screened clinical and demographic subgroups where the likelihood of benefit from screening is stronger (e.g., atrial fibrillation in rural populations, older persons, and those with hypertension or diabetes; hypertension in younger persons and men; and obstructive sleep apnea in morbidly obese persons). Proposed screening strategies should have potential to be scalable, sustainable, and affordable. Standard R01 application due dates apply. The Please visit for more details.

OSI Specific Aims Speed Review for son facultY

The Office for Science and Innovation (OSI) offers Specific Aims Speed Review sessions for faculty.  These interactive sessions are open to all School of Nursing faculty and feature speed reviews of aims pages by both senior faculty and attending peers.

Please email the OSI to express your interest to have a speed aims review. The date of the live review will be confirmed based on availability of reviewers and participants.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us or stop by the OSI!

Office for Science and Innovation (OSI)

Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing

525 North Wolfe Street, Room 331

Phone: (410) 614-7005