​Submission Guidelines

Deadline for submission: August 26, 2016

Submission Categories

Abstract Submission Guidelines

You may submit as many abstracts as you like as a presenter or first author.

These abstracts should not have been submitted in any previous conferences.

Abstract should consist of work done in the last three years (published, presented, in process, etc.)

Abstract(s) should not exceed 500 words and should cover introduction/objective, methods, results and recommendation/conclusion.

Select the most appropriate following themes for your abstract. Select 'Other' only if it does not fit one of the themes and specify the theme that best fits your abstract in the space given.

  • Clinical practice
  • Public health/ community health practice
  • Nursing Education
  • Research

Three keywords are mandatory.

Submission Form

Video Submission

Purpose:  The purpose of the video presentation is to showcase and highlight the nurses, midwives, faculty, graduate students and AKU alumnus impact on health care systems in local and global context.
Nurse, midwife, faculty, students or alumni of AKU are invited to submit a video file to ICNM conference that showcases their role and contributions and its impact on the health care system in local or global context. Please see the guidelines for preparing video file. Videos that do not adhere to these requirements will not be reviewed.

Introduction: The video must include the name, qualifications (degree / diploma), year of graduation (in case of alumni), experience as a health professional, name of institution and acknowledgement to the team.

Title: The caption must reflect the impact or type of work done over a time period.

Length: Video file of 3 – 5 minutes length will be accepted for review.

Content: The author or health expert (nurse, midwife) should take up the majority of the center of screen. The video must highlight alumni impact on the health care system locally/ regionally/  globally. The theme of the ICNM conference must be reflected in the video with a specific focus on any of the following areas:

  • Clinical practice
  • Public health/ community health practice
  • Nursing Education
  • Research

Video Quality: The video should be continuous, and can be shot using any device capable of recording standard or high-definition video. A high-quality webcam on computer, a hand-held video camera, or a hand-held device such most recent iPhone and iPad can be used to shoot the video.

Videos can be of standard definition or high definition. If you are unsure which definition your camera shoots, it is most likely one of these two
Videos must be properly edited for background noise, blank space, & misspelling

Uploading Video: Upload your video through “drop box” with following information:

Video Copyright: Once the video is submitted for publication, ICNM will have the Copyright of video.