Abstracts Open: CityMatCH MCH Leadership Conference & Healthy Start Convention

Feb 07, 2017 | Kim Rodgers

The 2017 CityMatCH MCH Leadership Conference & Healthy Start Convention, Creating Harmony: Every Voice Counts, is an opportunity for Maternal and Child Health (MCH) professionals nationwide to network, share successes, enhance knowledge, and generate new ideas for protecting and promoting the health of urban women, children and families. The conference is now accepting abstracts for oral or poster presentation in the following tracks: “Scientific Research and Data” or “Program and Policy.” This is a great opportunity to share your successes and lessons learned, add to the learning environment, and demonstrate how your community is working to ensure every voice counts. Whether it is your first CityMatCH conference or you’ve attended many over the years, all interested persons and organizations who have a stake in MCH, including Healthy Start grantees, are encouraged to submit an abstract.

Check out the abstract submission guidelines and check out the key conference milestones below.

Abstract Dates

  • 12/15/2016 Submissions Open
  • 03/01/2017 Submissions Close
  • 04/01/2017 Notification of Acceptance (Oral/Poster/Rejected)
  • 06/01/2017 First Agenda Available
    ** Note: dates are subject to change.**

Conference Dates

  • 03/06/2017 Conference Registration Opens
  • 09/18-20/2017 Conference

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Kim Rodgers is the Communications Manager at NACCHO.

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