June 2018: Meet ABNF in London, England

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June 2018: Meet ABNF in London, England


Smith, Patsy, ABNF Journal


Dear ABNF Journal (ABNFJ) Readers and Faculty Colleagues:

invite you to join in the excitement promised by the 31st Annual Meeting and Scientific Conference of the Association of Black Nursing Faculty (ABNF), Inc. The 2018 conference offers opportunities for conversation, networking, and engagement with faculty from the United States and from London, England. Invitations to attend the conference were extended to schools and colleges of nursing across the United States and the United Kingdom. Planning for the conference in London, follows in ABNF's rich tradition of forming new relationships within and among colleges and universities globally.

This year's conference planning led ABNF to establish new relationships with nursing programs in the United Kingdom. Dame Professor Donna Kinnair Director of Nursing, Policy, and Practice in the Royal College of Nursing, London, England, will address conference attendees. Moreover, nursing programs from the four corners of the United Kingdom have been invited to join the ABNF Conference by registering participants, attending sessions, and engaging in discussions. We look forward to a rich exchange of ideas on education and nursing science with our international colleagues.

Likewise, keynote addresses from the United States will be presented by Dr. Loretta Sweet Jemmott of Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions, and Dr. Henry Clinton Talley V, Lt. Col. (Ret.), of Florida A & M University School of Nursing. The abstracts received for this conference have heightened our sense of anticipation for an astounding series of research and clinical practice podium and poster presentations. …

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