September 14, 2023
The Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (OADN) is pleased to announce $3,000 in poster awards for the top faculty and student posters at the 2023 Convention, November 15 – 18 to be held at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego. Poster presentations and judging will take place on Friday, November 17, with awards being announced during the final general session on Saturday, November 18.
Trajecsys Corporation, a leading provider for Centralized Clinical Recordkeeping for Associate Degree of Nursing Schools and Programs, is continuing its support of the OADN and OADN Foundation in 2023.
“We are excited and honored to support nursing faculty through our Trajecsys Leadership Institute Scholarships and through our sponsorship of the 2023 OADN Convention poster awards,” said Brian Bright, CEO of Trajecsys. “We are thrilled to be able to give back to the nursing community and help support the next generation of nursing leaders.” Trajecsys provides nursing programs with proven tools to help manage and track nursing student time and attendance, skills tracking, forms, evaluations, and student surveys, as well as program Systemic Plan of Evaluation with our patented SPE Module – available to OADN members.
Post University is also a proud sponsor of the 2023 Student & Faculty Poster Awards this year. American Sentinel College of Nursing & Health Sciences at Post University offers a myriad of degree programs including RN-BSN, RN-BSN/MSN, MSN, MSN-NP, DNP, and MBA-Healthcare.
“Post University is proud to sponsor the poster process in order to support students’ research efforts, provide opportunities to sharpen presentation skills, and increase visibility within the research community,” said Kimberly Nerud Ph.D., RN, who serves as dean for American Sentinel College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Post University.
Thanks to the generous support of Tracjecsys and Post University, the top three posters in both faculty and student categories will be awarded:
Poster presentations provide students with the opportunity to present original research, hone their evidence-based practice competencies, and develop their skills as public speakers. Top consideration will be given to poster abstracts that present well-designed research or demonstration projects, particularly those that are evidence-based and include data.
This year’s convention theme, Turning the Tide of Nursing Education, focuses on innovative strategies and solutions to address the unique challenges and opportunities facing associate degree nursing (ADN). Nursing students have weathered community societal challenges and have emerged resilient recognizing the need to rise up and create a better today and turn the tide for a brighter future. Our joint journey through recent past challenges shined the spotlight on many key areas that ADN programs are now addressing to better prepare new graduate nurses.
Students must be enrolled in a pre-licensure registered nursing program of any degree type. Graduate and RN-BSN students are not eligible.
**Please note: The 2023 call for faculty podium and poster abstracts has closed.