The Public Health Conference of Iowa

2022 Public Health Conference of Iowa
Celebrating Public Health

May 3-5, 2022

The 2022 Public Health Conference of Iowa, presented by CareSource will be a hybrid conference held in-person on May 3-4, 2022, at Scheman Conference Center at Iowa State University in Ames and May 5th will be fully virtual. In addition, all three days will be available virtually on the Pheedloop platform.

Sponsorship/Exhibitor opportunities are available and abstract submissions are open NOW!  Details below.

Sponsorship/Exhibitor Registration Open!

The Public Health Conference of Iowa, presented by CareSource is the premier convening of Iowa’s public health and environmental health communities and is a must-attend event for all Iowans who work in public health, environmental health, primary care, health promotion, health education, laboratory sciences, and exposure to other disciplines within public health.

Being a Sponsor or Exhibitor allows you to reach an exceptional public health audience, creating brand visibility, face-to-face interactions, and the opportunity to build important business relationships. Over 500 public health and environmental health professionals and students from across Iowa and the Midwest are expected to attend the Conference. 

Learn more about the full range of opportunities and secure your spot today!

For sponsorship or conference-related questions please email our conference coordinator, Stacey Nay, at snay@assoc-mgmt.com

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Call for Abstracts – Deadline December 3, 2021

You are invited to submit an abstract to be considered for the concurrent sessions of the 2022 Public Health Conference of Iowa, presented by CareSource. This is a great opportunity to share your work with hundreds of public health professionals and make connections with future colleagues.

Public health professionals are encouraged to submit abstracts focused on current and emerging public health issues. Innovative programs that reach beyond traditional health and environmental circles to collaborate with other disciplines are encouraged. Relevance to the annual theme (Celebrating Public Health) is also considered but is not required.

Session presentations may be a 20-30-minute oral presentation, a 90-minute extended presentation/workshop, or a poster presentation on the results of a health intervention/program, study, or report. Please note, there will not be a separate call for student poster presentations. Students are encouraged to submit their abstracts now.

This competitive abstract submission process will close on Friday, December 3, 2021, at 11:59 PM. Authors of selected abstracts will be notified by January 31, 2022.

If you have any questions, please contact Stacey Nay, PHCI conference coordinator at snay@assoc-mgmt.com