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*Poster presenters must be registered for conference general session
2018 Poster Submission Guidelines
1. The International Biomedical Neonatal and Pediatric Transport Conference accepts abstracts related to any aspect of neonatal and/or pediatric transport care.
2. Abstracts will be accepted for poster presentations. Poster presenters may be given the opportunity to discuss their abstracts in a brief oral presentation (5 minutes).
3. The International Biomedical Neonatal and Pediatric Transport Conference will consider original research, quality improvement initiatives and/or case reports. Priority will be given to submissions that feature new findings that may lead to changes in practice and improvements in patient care.
4. Awards are available for the best abstracts presented during the program.
5. Presenters of accepted abstracts should notify Bob Lynch at email@example.com as soon as possible if they must cancel their presentation.
6. Submission will not preclude future submission for journal publication, nor does prior publication disqualify submission to this poster session. Priority may be given to papers not previously published or presented.
7. Poster presenters must be registered for conference general session.
8. Abstract registration deadline is no later than April 16, 2018
Congratulations to our 1st Annual Poster Presentation Winner
Cathy Richards, RN, NCCN, EMT-P
Transport Coordinator, WVU Children’s Hospital
Cathy’s presentation on Overcoming Perinatal Healthcare Disparities Through Outreach won over both our attendees and the education board. Cathy received two tickets to the AirBorne 2018 conference!
2017 Abstracts Presented
Independent Transport Teams Decrease Mobilization Time: A Quality Improvement Initiative to Address Mobilization Challenges
Amanda Carr, BSN, RN, Arun Chopra, MD, Nicole Piasio, BSN, RN, Laura Santos, MD
Improving Communication & Prehospital Care: Utilizing Handoff Tools for Neonatal Transport
Jennifer Butler, RN & Tara Chapman, RRT
Multidisciplinary Transport Simulation to Improve Teamwork and Communication Skills
Jane Germano DO
It Takes a Village to Reduce Infant Mortality: Lessons in Partnering
Beth Durham MSN, RNC-NIC, C-NPT
Overcoming Perinatal Healthcare Disparity and Transport Program
Cathy Richards, RN, MCCN, EMT-P
Preparing for Disaster: Development of a Community Hospital NICU Evacuation Plan
Keri Boatright, RNC
The Pressure Is On: Endotracheal Tube Cuff Pressure in the Pediatric Trauma Bay
Nicole P. Reavis, BSN, RN, RNC-NIC, Tammy Rush, MSN, RN, C-NPT, EMT, Rosland M. Baskerville, RRT, C-NPT, John K. Petty, MD, FACS
Inter-professional Collaboration to Develop Innovative Transport Solutions for Neonatal Transports
Walter Black RN, CFRN, C-NPT