Instructions for presenters
Considering being a presenter in NGR? The first step is to complete the NGR course presentation abstract. Be as descriptive as possible to give us a clear picture of the relevance of your presentation. Feel free to contact any of the members of the committee if you have questions about the abstract. If your abstract is accepted and you have never given a nursing presentation you will need to complete the presentation development module. The module may take up to 12 hours to complete. Members of the NGR committee will assist you with your presentation module activities. Continuing education credit will be awarded for completing the module. We want to give every nurse with interest the opportunity to present.
We are delighted that you are considering being a presenter in NGR. The first step is to complete the NGR course presentation abstract. Be as descriptive as possible to give us a clear picture of the relevance of your presentation. The abstracts will be reviewed by the NGR committee. Applicants will be notified of selection within two weeks of submission. If the abstract is accepted for NGR you will need to complete steps 2-5 completely at least two months in advance of your presentation. This time frame will allow us time to not only approve your application for continuing education but to make arrangements for the taping of the presentation.
1. Complete the course presentation abstract
2. Fill out the release form
3. Application for continuing education course approval
Follow the steps to request continuing education units for your course. In addition to the application for course approval, please provide us with 5-10 questions generated from your NGR presentation. Questions need to be multiple choice or true and false. The questions will be placed in HealthStream along with the course evaluation.
5. Submit all materials
Submit all documents to Tish Campbell, R.N., B.S.N.