15. november 2011
Call for abstract: Nursing History in a Global Perspective
The conference will take place over three days from 9 - 11 August 2012 and will comprise plenary sessions and concurrent sessions. Keynote speakers include Professor Anne Marie Rafferty, Kings College London, England, Professor Christine Hallett, University of Manchester, England and Associate Professor Susanne Kreutzer, University of Osnabruck, Germany.
The conference language will be English and abstracts from all disciplines are welcome. Abstracts are invited for paper presentations on the eight conference themes.
1. Medieval and Renaissance Nursing
2. Nursing in Modern Times
3. Religious and Secular Nursing
4. Gender, Culture and Ethnicity
5. Professionalization and Education
6. Disaster and War
7. Clinical Nursing
8. Nursing Ethics
Guidelines for submission of abstract
Abstracts should not exceed 400 words. Margins must be one and one-half inches on left, and one inch on the right, top and bottom. Center the title in upper case and single space the body of the abstract using 12-point font Times New Roman. In upper case on left state the author's name(s), credentials, institutional affiliation, address, telephone number and e-mail address. In lower case on left state the chosen theme for the abstract. The abstract should fit on one side of one page in a single Word document.
Abstracts will only be accepted by e-mail to Secretary of the Conference Mariann Bay firstname.lastname@example.org Abstracts received after the closing date will not be considered. Call for Abstracts - page 2 Conference, Denmark August 2012 The call for abstracts opens on 16 May 2011 and closes at midnight 15 November 2011. Abstracts will be selected on the basis of merit through blind review and applicants will be informed by 2 January 2012 whether their proposals have been accepted. One abstract only per single and firstauthor
applicant is permitted.
The call for abstracts opens on 16 May 2011 and closes at midnight 15 November 2011. Abstracts will be selected on the basis of merit through blind review and applicants will be informed by 2 January 2012 whether their proposals have been accepted. One abstract only per single and first-author applicant is permitted.
Venue of the conference is the Danish Museum of Nursing History http://www.dshm.dk. The museum is situated in Kolding, Jutland in a former tuberculosis sanatorium with quite beautiful surroundings. The travel time by train from Copenhagen Airport to Kolding is approximately 2½ hours. Closest airport (not served by all airlines) is Billund.
Accommodation of 100 rooms is reserved for conference delegates at the Hotel Koldingfjord, a four-star hotel located next to the museum. See: http://www.koldingfjord.dk/gb A special rate of 750 DKR (app. 100 EUR / 150 USD / 90 GBP) for single rooms per night and 1,050 DKR for double rooms per night has been negotiated for conference delegates. Those wishing to avail of this special rate should reserve accommodation before 8 May 2012. Regular prices for accommodation will apply after this date. Bookings of rooms are now open. When booking, please notify the hotel that you are attending the International Nursing History Conference http://www.koldingfjord.dk/gb
Further information about the conference fee and program will be available when registration for the conference opens on 16 January 2012 on the conference website www.dsr.dk/dshs
Susanne Malchau Dietz
The Danish Society of Nursing History
The Danish Museum of Nursing History