Thursday, June 23, 2011 - Saturday, June 25, 2011

APHA Midyear Meeting



Discounted Registration
Registration is now open for the American Public Health Association's first ever Midyear Meeting. Join APHA in Chicago, IL from June 23-25, 2011 to discuss Implementing Health Reform—A Public Health Approach. Partnership for Prevention has partnered with APHA on the development of this important meeting. As a member of a partner organization you will receive a $100 discount on registration. Simply select the Partner Registration button on the main registration page and use the code MYMPartner11. For a full description of the meeting visit www.apha.org/midyear.

Click Here to Register for the Midyear Meeting

Discounted Hotel Rooms
APHA has negotiated a discounted rate of $229 a night at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers. All sessions and events for the Midyear Meeting will be held at the Sheraton Chicago. Book your room today!

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Schedule at a Glance
Attendees will be required to register for specific breakout sessions. A full schedule of the Midyear Meeting is available. The meeting kicks off on Thursday afternoon June 23rd with an Opening General Session that focuses on the historical context for health reform and defines the most current challenges in implementing the provisions of the Affordable Care Act. Breakouts and general sessions on Thursday, Friday and Saturday will cover topics such as prevention, advocacy, protecting public health programs and more. Speaker names are now available for certain sessions. An alphabetical list of current speakers is online for your reference.  Attendees will gain tools for effectively communicating the value of health reform with policy-makers and the populations they serve. The meeting ends on Saturday afternoon with a closing session that will serve as a call to action that engages and motivates meeting participants. 

Space is limited. Register today.

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