From Alligators to Spaceships: Florida Nursing Science Past, Present, and Future
Florida is uniquely positioned to encourage the development of science and research. From its geography and early population centers to the abundance of universities it currently houses, Florida continues to lead in scientific achievements.
Florida has a rich history of influential nurse researchers from the barrier-breaking work of Mary Elizabeth Carnegie to the pioneering theories of Imogene King.
Join us as we journey through time, uncovering the foundations of nursing research and examining future opportunities for today’s nurse researchers.More about this course...
9:25am - 11:45am: Virtual Poster Hall
Poster Presentations from Nurse Researchers across Florida
25+ poster presentations will be available for viewing in our Virtual Poster Hall. Join presenters during their live Q&A sessions to hear about their studies.
12:00n - 1:00pm: Panel Presentation
COVID-19 Frontline Experiences: A Catalyst for Future Nursing Research
Nurses' experiences on the frontlines during the Coronavirus Pandemic have given them insight into potential areas for research and improvement. During this panel discussion, we'll hear some of those firsthand encounters, look at some
of the research that has already begun, and discuss potential future avenues for nurse researchers.
Registration includes access to the live virtual conference on July 25 plus additional access to conference materials for 30 days. Approximately 4 contact hours will be available for participants at the live conference.