2021 TSNRP Research and Evidence-Based Practice Dissemination Course
CREATING THE SCIENCE, ADVANCING THE PRACTICE
The 2021TSNRP Research and Evidence-Based Practice Dissemination Course will be held September 13-16 at the
La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas.
The TSNRP Research and Evidence-Based Practice Dissemination Course looks to feature keynote lectures by military nursing leaders and nationally known clinical experts, in addition to:
• Break-out sessions with research and evidence-based practice presentations from TriService active, reserve, guard, and retired military nurse scientists and researchers.
• Poster session featuring research and evidence-based practice (EBP) projects relevant to military nursing.
• TSNRP-sponsored Research Interest Group team meetings and presentations, to include Anesthesia, Biobehavioral Health, Expeditionary, Health Systems/Informatics, Military Family, and Women’s Health.
• This year’s course will be in-person, pending DoD & CDC travel guidance. If it is not possible to have an in-person meeting, a multi-day virtual meeting will be held instead. Plenary and breakout sessions will be included.
More detailed information about speakers and presentations will be added to this page as we get closer to the event.
Abstract Submission Dates
Abstracts to be considered for poster or podium presentations will be accepted from 5 March to 30 April 2021. Submitters would then be notified of the final decision no later than 21 May 2021. Travel funding for accepted presenters will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis, pending DoD travel guidelines.
Evaluation and Contact Hours
This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the Maryland Nurses Association, which is an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Everyone in a position to influence the content of this activity has disclosed any commercial relationships relevant to the content they are presenting or to any commercial supporters of the activity. The course coordinator, all planning committee members, and all speakers and others in a position to influence the content have completed the disclosure process. 1. None of the presenters or planners have reported a relevant financial relationship with a commercial entity whose products/services may be related to their subject matter. 2. There will be no discussion of non-FDA approved uses of pharmaceutical products or devices.
Requirements for successful completion:
In order to receive full contact-hour credit (max 13.3 hrs) for this CNE activity, the attendee must attend the live and pre-recorded keynote and plenary sessions as well as view the online poster gallery on the Research Interest Group website. Partial CE hours are awarded as well for sessions attended. The attendee will submit the online evaluation and receive an electronic certificate of completion.
2021 TSNRP Scientific Mentor Awards
The TriService Nursing Research Program created this award to recognize and honor the efforts of nurse scientist mentors within the nursing research community. This award recognizes the significant contributions of scientific mentors to guide and develop military nurses as nurse scientists and scholars, and to advance the care of service members and their beneficiaries. The sheer number of highly qualified scientific mentors was incredible and made this decision a difficult one. However, it became very clear that there were two distinct categories one for Active Duty Scientific mentors and one for Retired Scientific mentors.
The selection of the awardee was based on the commitment of the nominee to military nurses, the quality of the mentorship activities, clear descriptions of how the mentor advocated for the mentees, and how the mentor made an impact on the early career of researchers.