Poster Presentations

2021 SNOW Conference Posters
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We would love to have you share your knowledge.  Attached are the "Standard" poster guidelines and submission form. 

Return the submission form to ASAP. 

Virtual Posters will need to be completed by September 28th.  This will allow time for the content to be uploaded to the platform. 


There is no length requirement.  Share your research, share your practice guidelines.

Please email me with any questions.

Here are some documents to help with Poster Presentations for Virtual 2020 SNOW Conference:

Is there something special you are doing at your district? Consider participating in poster presentations during the School Nurse Organization of Washington's (SNOW) conference.

Semi-Annual SNOW Conference Poster Presentations

Accepted poster session presentations at the SNOW Spring/Fall Conferences are:

  • Clinical/Practice;
  • Research; and
  • Policy/Issues.

SNOW poster presentations are judged and an award will be given to the top presenter(s). The award amount is $100.00. In addition, all presenters will receive a Certificate.

To present at the SNOW Spring/Fall Conferences and to be considered for this award, you must first complete and submit the SNOW Presentation Proposal Form. Proposals must be completed by October 1st for the Fall Conference and March 1st for the Spring Conference.

Kris Harper Conference Board Liason

Submission Guidelines

Poster presentation abstracts will be peer-reviewed by the members of the SNOW Spring/Fall Conference Task Force according to the following:

  • Relevance/timeliness to school nursing practice and conference theme;
  • Organization and clarity of content and objectives;
  • Application of content to improving clinical and theoretical expertise;
  • Qualifications of presenter(s) relative to content and presentation ability; and
  • Evidence-based presentation.

Content may not be commercial in nature.

Submissions must comply with all guidelines to be reviewed.

Each submitted abstract will have one primary contact/presenter for all notification purposes. All correspondence will be conducted with the primary contact. The primary contact is responsible for communicating with other co-submitters/presenters. The primary contact will have the opportunity to forward information about their submission via e-mail to themselves and co-submitters if they choose.

Submission of an abstract is your commitment to participate in the conference.