Deadline for Abstract Submission has been extended to
23:59 (Japan Standard Time) on August 31(Tuesday), 2021.(2021.08.20)

Call for Abstracts

Timelines for Abstract Submission (not finalized yet)

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It is necessary to register your personal information again for abstract submission even if you completed participant registration. Please go to Registration for New User page.
If you submit abstract for both GNPHN and JAPHN, please enter different email address.

Content of Abstract (Go to the submission button on the left)

Select one of the following two: (A) Activity Report or (B) Research Report.

(A) Activity Report
A report which summarizes practical activities regarding public health nursing and provides reference information to those who plan to perform similar activities in other regions.
The report is concerned with the purpose, details and outcomes of the activities as well as future plans, challenges, etc.

(B) Research Report
A report which summarizes surveys and studies regarding public health nursing.
The report is concerned with the objective(s), methods, results, and discussion of the research.

※You may be advised to change the type. Please leave the final decision to the President of the GNPHN/JAPHN Joint Conference.

Fields of Your Desired Presentation
Among the fields listed below, select your first and second desires for presentation. Your desire will not always be met. (Please leave the final decision to the Secretariat).

1.Making up community
2.District/residence organizing activity
3.Health education and group support
4.Family support
5.Health crisis management (including measures to control pandemics and disasters)
6.Public health nursing management
7.Basic education
8.Education given to qualified nurses who are currently working
9.Healthcare and welfare for parents and their children
10.Healthcare for adults
11.Healthcare and welfare for the elderly
12.Mental healthcare and welfare
13.Healthcare related to infectious diseases
14.Healthcare and welfare for handicapped individuals (including support to patients with intractable diseases and developmental support)
15.School health
16.Industrial health
17.International health

Preparation of Abstract
The text of abstract should be within 350 words. You may break lines in the text. Due to space limitations, please leave the final layout to the Secretariat.
The Activity Report should include headings to structure the content, including but not limited to [Activity Objective/Purpose], [Activity Details], [Activity Outcomes], [Future Plan(s) and/or Challenge(s)], [Ethical Considerations], and [Conflict of Interest].
The Research Report should include headings to structure the content, including but not limited to [Objective/Purpose], [Methods], [Ethical Considerations], [Results], [Discussion], and [Conflict of Interest].
You will enter information into a Web Entry Form. Follow the Instructions for Entry, e.g., how to enter a superscript, etc.
Be sure that the sections of [Ethical Considerations] and [Conflict of Interest] are included in your abstract while referring to the instructions stated below.

Ethical Considerations
When your study was approved by the Research Ethics Review Committee at universities, etc., you should indicate that fact.
When your study was not approved by the Research Ethics Review Committee, you should describe ethical considerations (informed consent, how to ensure anonymity, etc.).
When there is no description about the ethical committee’s review, you should state the key facts, e.g., you conducted an anonymous survey, and you gave relevant explanation to participants and obtained their informed consent. In the case of Case Study or Activity Report, you should exercise caution to prevent identification of individuals or institutions.
When your title or abstract indicates information identifying individuals or institutions, you should state that you obtained the individual’s or institution’s consent to publish the information.
(Example of statement: “The author(s) obtained the consent to publish the name of the institution (e.g., the name of the municipal government, the personal name).
When your study was not approved by the Research Ethics Review Committee, examples of statements are as follows:
“The author(s) gave relevant explanation to study participants and/or cooperating institutions and obtained the informed consent from them.”
“Our study participants and/or cooperating institutions gave their permission to publish the study results.”
“The author(s) explained to study participants and/or cooperating institutions that the study results will be published, and obtained their permission to do so.”
“The author(s) conducted an (anonymous) questionnaire survey with which institutions will not be identified.”
“The author(s) explained to study participants that they will never be disadvantaged regardless of whether or not they respond to the questions.”

Conflict of Interest
In accordance with the guidelines, rules, etc. regarding conflict of interest that are provided by the Japan Academy of Public Health Nursing, you should have the heading [Conflict of Interest] at the end of the text of abstract and in that section, you should state whether or not you have a conflict of interest, and if any, state the details.
When you do not have a conflict of interest, an example of statement is as follows:
[Conflict of Interest] None


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