Call for Abstracts

Annual Forum 2025 Call for Abstracts

Are you looking for a way to increase your professional leadership? Want to share the best practices you've learned over the years? The AALNC Annual Forum is your chance to gain valuable speaking experience, establish yourself as an LNC leader, and advance the knowledge of your fellow LNCs.

Contribute a proposal today to be considered as a speaker at the virtual AALNC Annual Forum 2025, taking place April 26-27, 2025. Presentations will contribute to the knowledge base of attendees and establish your leadership in our LNC community. Explore the topics of interest and guidelines for consideration below.

The deadline to submit a proposal is Friday, August 9. Notification of acceptance/decline will be sent out no later than Monday, September 30.

Submit Your Abstract

Discounted registration for the Annual Forum or an equivalent honorarium will be provided to accepted speakers — optional activities excluded. Travel and housing arrangements will be the responsibility of the speaker.

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Submission Topics

AALNC plans all educational activities in accordance with needs assessment criteria and processes established by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). Based upon the learning needs expressed by our target audience, the Forum Planning Committee identifies the overall subject categories to be addressed at next year's Forum.

Clinical Issues

Clinical Issues entail the practice of nursing as a profession. Standards, guidelines, and principles for the professional management of medical conditions are the basis for LNCs to objectively evaluate patient care.

LNC Business Skills

LNC Business Skills are necessary to be a successful independent or in-house LNC. Topics include how to develop, market, and grow your business; communication and leadership skills for all LNCs.

LNC Practice Issues

LNC Practice is a foundation for the skills required in diverse LNC roles. An understanding of litigation cases and the legal system are core components for LNCs as they define and grow their practice.