Research Education

Disseminating your work: From abstract to presentation

As nurses and advanced practice providers, you can play a valuable role in conducting and disseminating IBD research, and the videos below can help guide you through the process. While these videos follow guidelines for the Crohn's & Colitis Congress, the general concepts can also be applied to other submissions. Please check specific requirements for each submission.

Part 1: How to Create an Abstract

Video Length 00:13:14

How to Write an Abstract: Education for Nurses & Advanced Practice Providers In this 13 minute video, you will learn about professional development, choosing an abstract topic, developing the abstract, and reviewing submission guidelines as they relate to the Crohn's & Colitis Congress.

 

Browse resources from the video:

Congress 2020 Abstract guidelines: www.crohnscolitiscongress.org/abstracts  

Previously Accepted Abstracts: https://academic.oup.com/ibdjournal/issue/25/Supplement_1

Congress 2020 Abstract Submission Instructions: https://youtu.be/a1QBe99SXms

 

Part 2: How to Create a Poster Presentation 

Video Length 00:09:46

How to Create a Poster Presentation: Education for Nurses and Advanced Practice Providers In this 10 minute educational video for nurses and advanced practice providers, you will learn the nuts and bolts of creating a poster as they relate to the Crohn's & Colitis Congress®. You will see examples of a poster that need improvement and a poster that is considered appropriate for submission

 

Part 3: How to Present a Poster Presentation

Video Length 00:03:49

How to Present a Poster: Education for Nurses and Advanced Practice Providers In this educational video for nurses and advanced practice providers, you will learn about the benefits of presenting a poster, final preparations for presentation, and how to conduct the presentation.

 

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