Scholarly Showcase

Call for Abstracts

CNSA Scholarly Showcase is announcing a Call for Abstracts for the 2017 Canadian Nursing Students’ Association (CNSA) National Conference in Winnipeg, MB from January 25-28, 2017. Abstracts should be in relation to the 2017 National Conference titled, “Celebrating Diversity- breaking barriers through the exploration of cultural safety.” The Scholarly Showcase is an annual event at the CNSA National Conference that gives nursing students the opportunity to display and present projects and research that they have been working on. We believe that as future nurses and healthcare professionals, we must foster an environment that promotes interprofessional collaboration and knowledge sharing.

Research is a crucial part of health care, and especially in nursing. It ensures that as health care professionals, we are providing the best and safest care possible to our clients and communities based on evidence and best practices. We encourage all nursing students to reach out to their faculty and colleagues to explore the world of research and to contribute to nursing’s specialized body of knowledge.

Submission Criteria

Your research or project must meet the following guidelines:

  1. Submissions can be made in either French or English. Please indicate on the abstract in which language you wish to present.

  2. Indicate your name, school and title of project.

  3. Authors must organize and present the research abstract with the following information (Please do not use headings):

    • Background or significance of the project;

    • Purpose of the investigation

    • Methods to collect and analyze the data;

    • Results of the study; and

    • Conclusions, including implications for practice

  4. The abstract should be a maximum of 300 words and be submitted via email to the by January 15th, 2017 11:59pm CST.

    A $500 prize, sponsored by the Canadian Association for Nursing Research (CANR), will be awarded to the best abstract, as awarded by CANR Board Members.

Email your submission or any questions to research@cnsa.ca.

Betty WangScholarly Showcase