This inaugural conference presents a unique opportunity for all health professionals and students to present, learn and interact about research and evidence-based practice from across North Dakota. We are working to bridge Research with Practice.

We are interested in abstracts from the wide range of evidence-based practice and research including student evidence-based practice practices, undergraduate and graduate research projects, clinical research, quality improvement projects, educational/pedagogical research, interdisciplinary research, multi-site research, workshops on evidence-based practice, research and health professions education and more.

Please see our full Call for Abstracts for all guidelines. Completed and submitted abstracts are due by midnight on March 31st.  

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* 1. Please provide the contact information for the first author of the abstract. This person will serve as the primary contact.

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* 2. If you are a health profession education student, please indicate which program you are currently attending.

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* 3. Please list additional authors and their Organizational Affiliation.

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* 4. Select one objective that best fits your presentation.

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* 5. Please indicate your preference (s) for presentation format. Please note that the committee will make the final selections. Abstracts not selected for presentations will have the opportunity to present a poster.

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* 6. Title of your Presentation

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* 7. List one learning outcome of your presentation. What will the learner be able to do as a result of attending your presentation?

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* 8. Please copy and paste your abstract into the text box below. You can also upload your abstract document in question 9. You do NOT need to complete both q8 and q9.

Abstracts should follow the guidelines and include no more than 300 words. Avoid reference to authors, institution names, locations or funding sources in the abstract as they will be blind-reviewed. Abstracts will not be edited for typing, spelling or grammatical errors.

The abstract should not exceed 300 words and should utilize the headings listed in the call for abstracts.

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* 9. If you would like to upload your abstract following the format indicated in question eight instead of pasting it- you can do that here.

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