Abstract submission is now closed
The EAUN invites urology nurses and other professionals to submit a poster abstract on a topic relevant to urology, continence, oncology, nursing or a related field. You can choose to submit a Poster Abstract or a Video Abstract.
|1 August 2020||Abstract submission system open|
|1 May 2021||Deadline for abstract submission|
|May 2021||Abstract selection by the EAUN Scientific Congress Office members|
|1 June 2021||Outcome abstract selection available via the online abstract submission system. You will receive a notification by email.|
|3 August 2021||Abstracts (full bodies) are available in the EAUN21 resource centre for EAUN members only.|
|3 September 2021||Abstracts (full bodies) are available in the EAUN21 resource centre.|
|26 November 2021||Abstract upload available via Wiley’s author portal for publication in the International Journal of Urological Nursing. Authors of the abstracts presented in the Virtual EAUN21 Poster and Video Sessions will receive a notification by email.|
The EAUN is committed to the development of an ever expanding body of knowledge in urological care and to raising the quality of care provided to those we serve through two broad routes, namely research (the creation of new evidence via a formal research study, primary research) and practice-development (the application of evidence to innovative / novel practice). We welcome abstracts from both of these inter-related areas as we value the importance of both equally, seeing them as critical to the development of our profession of nursing. Accordingly, you may enter abstracts under two broad categories; research method abstracts or practice-development abstracts.
Science-oriented (primary research) abstracts: Presentation of information in research abstracts follows the accepted research method process and can relate to both quantitative and qualitative research abstracts.
Practice-development oriented abstracts: Abstracts submitted here will present information / data on completed or ongoing practice-development initiatives or innovative urological nursing practices which are NOT part of a formal research study. Urological nursing occurs in many different areas and abstracts are welcome from all perspectives. In the abstract state the objective of the practice development initiative, the process(es) undertaken, and any materials and methods used. Whilst abstracts about ongoing initiatives are welcome, it is necessary to include information on the way in which you will / have evaluated the impact and effectiveness of your initiative and its implication for practice.
Accepted videos will be shown by the presenter during the Combined Abstract and Video Session. Check the page Video Abstracts for more information.
Abstract and Video Presentation Instructions