You are invited to submit a poster that advances scientific and clinical understanding and presents or advances new ideas on any topic in the entire spectrum of the art and science of Nurse Anesthesia.

TANA is sponsoring a dissemination and discussion of the scholarly work of SRNAs, CRNAs and anesthesia Faculty in the state of Tennessee as part of the TANA 85th Annual Meeting on October 21-23, 2022.

Posters will be presented during an informal session to allow authors to exhibit and discuss their work in progress or completed work. SRNAs are especially encouraged to submit posters for presentation. This session is designed to foster a collegial environment where CRNAs, SRNAs, and Faculty can discuss their research, as well as make or renew relationships to help foster collaboration.

General Requirements 

Posters must be original work - group work is acceptable. There must be an SRNA, CRNA, or anesthesia Faculty member within the state of Tennessee included on the poster. The title of your poster should be short to attract attention.

Authors 

Authors are encouraged to attend with their poster during the presentation.

Size

  • SRNAs: Poster size may be any size due to school requirements.
  • CRNAs: 36 x 48 inches

Abstract 

Your abstract must have your name, school, and email listed at the top left page. Please do not use bullets; complete sentences are required. If you use acronyms, they must be defined with first use. A disclosure statement is, also, required. Limited to one page maximum, single spaced. Abstracts will be published in a symposium presentation booklet (this does not qualify as professional publication of an abstract). Abstracts must be submitted by September 21, 2022, to be included in the booklet. Abstracts submitted after this date will not be printed.

Setup & Take Down 

All posters will need to be set up on Friday, October 21st from 6:30am-9:00am. They will remain up all day on the 21st to be viewed during conference break times. Posters can be removed after 11:00am on Saturday, October 22nd.

Prizes  

You may present posters and not have them judged if you prefer. If you are interested in having your poster entered for the judging and a chance to win cash prizes, you need to do the following:

  • Put a sentence on your abstract that you are entering the competition.
  • Stand with your poster and have a 1–2-minute presentation prepared on your topic at 9:30am on Friday, October 15th.
  • Prize amounts:
  • First Place $150
  • Second Place $100
  • Third Place $75

Rubric for Poster Contest

Click here for rubric.

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