Abstract Submission

Every day, nurses ask critical questions that can change a patient’s outcome and influence practice guidelines. Share your experience and findings through an abstract submission for the APGNN annual meeting! Abstracts can highlight Quality Improvement (QI), Evidence-Based Practice (EBP), or clinical research. Abstracts are blindly reviewed and scored through the APGNN and NASPGHAN Research Committees. Those with the highest score(s) receive Poster of Distinction status for which the recipient (s) will receive $1000 plus the ability to present at the conference. 

Please check back about when to submit abstract submission for 2023

Curious about research but don’t know where to start?

Coming soon to APGNN's professional resources: sample abstracts, templates, and an overview of different types of research
For questions and additional support, contact APGNN Clinical Inquiry Chair, Sara Fidanza.

Accepted Abstract Submissions – 2022


Does Frequency of In-person Clinic Evaluation Impact Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections in Pediatric Home Parenteral Nutrition Patients
Jennifer McClelland BSN, MS, RN, FNP-BC
Boston Children's Hospital

Nurse Administered FibroScan Successfully Implemented During Ambulatory Clinic Visit
Annette McCoy, BSN, RN, CPN
Children's Hospital Colorado

Adherence to Vaccine Recommendations for Patients Post Splenectomy After Total Pancreatectomy Islet Autotransplantation
Angela M Turner, RN
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Verification of Nose-Ear-Mid-Umbilicus (NEMU) Measurement for the Placement of Nasogastric (NG) Tubes in Children
Bridgette Enarson, BSN, RN
Children's Hospital Colorado

Mechanical Complications of Central Venous Catheters in a Home Parenteral Nutrition Population
Rachel M Hoch, MSN, RN, APRN, CPNP
Boston Children's Hospital

Monitoring Efficacy of Constipation Management in a Motility Disorders Clinic Using an Automated Quick Response Electronic Database Capture-Based Patient Survey
Markell Slighting
Primary Children's Hospital

Gastroparesis: A Cause for On-Going Symptoms in Celiac Disease
Patricia A Bierly MSN, CRNP
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Implementing a Novel Telehealth Device to Improve Access to Healthcare For Chronically Ill Pediatric Patients
Marissa Hartwell, BSN, RN
Children's Hospital Colorado

Ambulatory Pediatric GI Nursing: A Novel Nursing Role in a Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellowship Program
Courtney Ort, BSN, RN, CPN
Children's Hospital Colorado