Due to the present Covid-19 situation, the 7th ICCHNR-conference, at Linnaeus University, in Växjö, Sweden - has been postponed to June 21-22, 2022. Welcome back for more information at a later date.
At Linnaeus University we are very proud to be hosting the upcoming 2022 ICCHNR-conference. We aim to turn this conference an opportunity for researchers from both near and far to attend and to present their most recent research findings in the field of "Community nursing towards sustainable health". We hope to attract specialists from various disciplines of community nursing, professional, education, research and management to the conference.
We are now into the process of putting together a programme of keynotes, various lectures, seminars, workshops, poster presentations etc.
All necessary information concerning the conference programme, sessions, travel information, accommodation in Växjö etc will soon be available at this very webpage, so please make a note of the adress and come back!
On Växjö, Sweden, and Linnaeus University
Växjö is located in the very heart of southern Sweden, the name Växjö derives from the two Swedish words "väg" (meaning road) and "sjö" (lake), and that's exactly what it is: "the city where the roads meet between the lakes"!
Ever since it's founding in the Middle ages, Växjö has been a place for business, administration and education, and today, among other things, it is also the "home" of one of the two campuses for the Linnaeus University.
Today the city of Växjö has grown to approximately 70000 inhabitants, it has been called "the greenest city in Europe" and the Linnaeus university counts more than 30000 students, and today there's a lot more than shopping and the medieval cathedral to experience in Växjö, in culture, local handicraft, unique shops and world-class restaurants.
A warm welcome to Växjö and Linnaeus University in June 2022!
1st Call for abstracts
2nd call for abstracts
Complete conference programme available
Confirmation on submitted abstracts
Preliminary conference programme
Pre-Conference: Monday 20 June (2022)
10 am Social activities: study visit to nursing home, health care centre, Clinical training Centre at the Linnaeus University
5 pm Registration opens and poster set-up
Poster set up
6 pm Pre-opening ceremony with entertainment (and something small to eat and drink)
Day 1: Tuesday 21 June (2022)
9 am Registration opens and Poster set up
10 am Welcome address
10.15 am Keynote 1
11 am Coffe and Poster viewing
11.30 am Paper presentations
1.15 pm Paper presentations
2.15 pm Coffee and poster viewing
3 pm Keynote 2
3.45 pm Poster viewing
4.30 pm Closing of day 1
7 pm Conference Dinner and reception at the University (in the spirit of Swedish Midsummer)
Day 2: Wednesday 22 June (2022)
8.30 am Registration opens
9 am Keynote 3
9.45 am Coffee and Poster viewing
10.15 am Paper presentations
11.15 am Poster viewing
12 noon Lunch
1 pm Paper presentations
2 pm Keynote 4
2.45 pm Coffee
3.15 pm Discussion in Plenum: Key note speakers
4 pm Closing remarks
To Växjö by train...
Växjö is located in the very middle of southern Sweden and has excellent train connections with, e.g., both Stockholm and Gothenburg, and the Malmoe-Copenhagen region. From Copenhagen it takes approximately 2,5 hours by train to Växjö. Book your trip via the SJ.se website.
...and by air
For travelling between Växjö Småland Airport and Linnaeus University, or Växjö city centre and Linnaeus University, taxi or bus is recommended.
From the airport/city centre to the university
Bus No 4 takes you from Växjö Småland Airport to Växjö city and the railway station, where you change to bus No. 3 for Linnaeus University.
There are three bus alternatives between Växjö city centre and Teleborg, where campus is situated, and the best option is bus no 3 which will take You straight to the university. Other alternatives are buses No 1 or 5 to Teleborg centrum, which is located an 8–10 minute walk from the university.
All bus routes are operated by Länstrafiken Kronoberg, see link for timetables.