MPHA 2020 ANNUAL CONFERENCE CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Proposals must be submitted by December 3, 2019 11:59 PM.

Proposals will be reviewed during December by the MPHA Annual Conference Planning Committee, and notification on acceptance status no later than early January.

You may submit more than one proposal (e.g. breakout proposal and poster session submission).
Presenters who wish to attend the conference will be asked to pay $25 per day toward food costs.
Presenters who are not current MPHA members, will have an opportunity to join.
Please direct any questions to Merry Grande, MPHA Program Manager, <admin@mpha.net>.

To view a .pdf preview of the RFP questions, visit: https://mpha.net/resources/Event%20Docs/Annual%20Conference%202020/MPHA%202020%20ANNUAL%20CONFERENCE%20CALL%20FOR%20PROPOSALS.pdf
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MPHA ANNUAL CONFERENCE: May 4-5, 2020 at Eagan Community Center, Eagan, Minnesota
OVERVIEW:

The Minnesota Public Health Association Annual Conference and Meeting will be held May 4-5, 2020 at Eagan Community Center in Eagan, MN with the theme: “The Power of Many: Building a Healthier Future Together for All”.

Addressing today’s public health challenges requires innovation and collaboration. The Minnesota Public Health Association’s 2020 Annual Conference will feature Minnesota-based programs and initiatives founded on public health partnerships across the lifespan of the people they serve. Learn what can be achieved through bold, innovative approaches and thoughtful, courageous collaborations.

Presentations will come from a variety of public health areas, including new approaches to concerns around mental health, vaping, and social determinants of health in communities. Other topics may include but are not limited to environmental health and climate change, oral health, child and maternal health, chronic disease and aging, injury and violence prevention, and other timely topics.

The MPHA annual meeting gathers public health professionals at every level from students to mid-career professionals to retired experts from around the state to exchange information and create a healthier Minnesota through effective public health practice and engaged citizens. Dedicated public health professionals who want to connect with peers, pick up new ideas and gain skills to bring back to their workplace or community are encouraged to attend. Application will be made for public health nursing, CHES/MCHES/CPH continuing education credits.

CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES:

Upon conclusion of the conference, attendees will be able to:

 Describe 2 innovative public health approaches being utilized to address old issues in new, more equitable ways.

 Identify 3 public health initiatives where success is contingent upon collaborations between community members, public health professionals, and other non-public health professionals.

 Share 3 ideas or concepts to take back to their workplace and community to build a healthier future for people of all ages, across their life spans.
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