See you at AMCHP 2016!
Regency Washington, DC
Call for Session Proposals
AMCHP invites you to submit a session proposal for the 2016 AMCHP Annual Conference (Jan. 23-26). With many exciting opportunities and changes happening in the maternal and child health (MCH) field; Block Grant transformation, continued Affordable Care Act implementation, a changing workforce and more, the theme for the 2016 conference is The Future is Now: Integrating MCH Transformations. Tracks for this year's conference include:
- Adolescent Health
- Child Health
- Epidemiology/Data, Assessment, and Evaluation
- Family Involvement
- Health Care Financing and Coverage
- Health Equity
- Life Course Approach
- MCH Block Grant Transformation
- MCH Systems Building
- Women's and Infant Health
- Workforce and Leadership Development
The AMCHP Annual Conference is the ideal venue to present your ideas, research, innovative programming, best practices, and effective outreach strategies to MCH and other public health practitioners, directors of state programs, federal officials, advocates, family leaders, researchers, and healthcare providers.
For more information or to submit your proposal, click here.
Exhibitors and Sponsors
To access presentations/handouts from our 2015 program, click here, using the event code "amchp". Any presentations received will be added into the session description.
To view recorded sessions, click here.
To watch the AMCHP TV interviews, click here.
To view AMCHP posters, click here.
If you are interested in continuing education credits, click here.
AMCHP and WebsEdge Brought AMCHP TV to the 2015 Conference
AMCHP partnered with the international film and broadcasting company, WebsEdge, to bring AMCHP TV to this year’s Annual Conference from January 24-27, 2015, in Washington, DC. AMCHP TV was onsite during the conference taping interviews with members and partners. A new episode was featured daily and screened around the venue, as well as in guest hotel rooms and online. This venture served to raise the visibility of the hard work of maternal and child health programs, and public health practitioners, and provided an opportunity to learn about new and ongoing initiatives that are making a difference. To learn more, click here.