ENRS Annual Scientific Sessions

2016 Conference

April 13-15, 2016 | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

This year's theme is "Nursing Science: Bridging Research and Health". The conference will be April 13-15, 2016 at the Omni William Penn Hotel in Pittsburgh, PA.

The 28th Annual Scientific Sessions appeals to all individuals interested in advancing nursing science, including practicing nurse researchers and dedicated nursing science students and faculty.


  1. Describe nurse scientists' contributions in discovery and dissemination of solutions to promote health science.
  2. Propose strategies to connect healthcare and science in advancing quality of care for individuals, families, and communities.
  3. Examine programs of research in which a nursing perspective is central to bridging gaps in knowledge development.
  4. Explore theoretical and methodological perspectives of science as a collegial integration to promote health.

Supporting Organizations

ENRS thanks the following organizations for their support of this conference:

Adelphi University,  College of Nursing and Public Health

UCONN School Of Nursing
Pitt Nursing Rutgers School of Nursing
Massachusetts General Hospital
NYU College of Nursing
Pennsylvania Organization of Nurse Leaders - SWPONL SouthWestern
Rutgers School of Nursing Camden
Boston College William F. Connell School of Nursing
Columbia University, School of Nursing PACE University, College of Health Professions, Lienhard School of Nursing
Oncology Nursing SocietyNexus, the Nursing Education Xchange
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Robert Morris UniversityDuquesne University School of Nursing
The Rockefeller University Hospital
Chamberlain College of Nursing The University of Rhode Island College of Nursing
NIH National Institute of Nursing Research
Friends of the National Institute of Nursing ResearchCalifornia University of Pennsylvania
Wolters Kluwer
UMASS AmherstNortheastern University, Bouve College of Health Sciences School of Nursing
IRETA and University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing Community UMASS Boston