UPDATE! #NMA2020 abstract submission deadline has been extended to APRIL 20TH! Please share within your networks, we are getting international submissions, so this is a worldwide response!
In light of the rapidly changing situation re: #Covid19, #NMA2020 has EXPANDED to feature NEW (not previously peer-reviewed) abstracts with knowledge/perspectives relevant to NURSING THE COMMUNITY in the context of this pandemic Pls consider sharing your expertise & RT!
Calling all nurses, nursing students & faculty who have had presentations, posters, and podiums canceled by COVID19! Read about this innovative initiative that will bring together a virtual nursing conference through #Twitter. The theme is Nursing Mutual Aid (#NMA2020), a description is below, along with the details of how to submit an abstract and participate as either a presenter or a learner. The #NMA2020 conference is Thursday, April 30, 2020, abstracts are due Tuesday, April 10th!
Co-created by nurses & midwives to support mutual aid, to foster global connections, & to amplify nursing knowledge from conferences & other events recently canceled by Covid-19.
o To create a virtual platform & community through which nurses and scholars of nursing can share opportunities to participate in mutual aid. (For more on what “mutual aid” means, click here)
o To curate a Twitter conference where nurses and scholars of nursing present and discuss knowledge from previously-accepted, peer-reviewed posters, presentations, and plenary talks recently canceled due to Covid-related disruptions.
o To amplify nursing scholarship, especially the scholarship of folx who are students or recent graduates, early career, and/or occupy positionalities currently marginalized within nursing and writ large.
o To create a sense of connection and foster solidarity, locally and globally, during a time of social distancing and uncertainty.
o To communicate the value and impact of nursing scholarship to media, multidisciplinary partners, and the public.
o To offer an experience & content that is:
Free & Open-Access