Submit a Workshop for the 2022 PCA & HCCN Conference

The 2022 PCA & HCCN Conference abstract submission site is now OPEN! Notifications will be send by the end of August.

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The National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) is excited to accept abstract submissions for the 2022 PCA and HCCN Conference! This conference is designed by and for PCAs, HCCNs, and NTTAPs, and are looking for workshops, educational sessions, and train the trainer sessions focused on what is important to YOU!ย  PLEASE take this opportunity to share the expertise, innovation, and resources of your organizations among your peers in Ft. Lauderdale this November!

We are excited to gather in-person for this year’s PCA and HCCN Conference , in accordance with COVID-19 safety protocols, in beautiful Fort Lauderdale, FL, November 14-16, 2022!

Submission Deadline: July 15, 2022

ย NACHC is privileged to partner with dynamic PCAs, HCCNs, and NTTAPs continually pushing the bounds of innovation in, and outside of the areas listed below.

While the below topic areas are priorities for health centers, PCAs, HCCNs and NTTAPs, NACHC wants to showcase the innovative advancements related to these, and/or additional topic areas YOU feel are important to the future of advancing the health center mission.

We ask you to showcase among your peers your innovative perspectives and resources (tools, templates, etc.) by submitting an abstract within the following areas:

  1. Data / Informatics (examples include, but not limited to the below)
    1. Data Governance
    2. Public Health Informatics
    3. SDoH and Social Needs
  2. JEDI / Health Equity
  3. Partnerships / Community Engagement
  4. Policy (Federal / State / Regulatory)
  5. Operations / Quality
  6. Value Based Care and Payment
  7. Workforce / HPET (examples include, but not limited to the below)
    1. Nurse Leadership
    2. Telehealth
  8. Social Drivers of Health (SDoH)
  9. Innovations
  10. Emerging Topics (examples include, but not limited to the below)
    1. National Emergency โ€“ Childrenโ€™s Mental Health
    2. Violence (domestic, PTSD, trauma)
    3. Long COVID

Submissions of any topic are encouraged and welcomed, as we seek to facilitate an environment of advanced learning, showcasing unique perspectives on typical topics and/or newer subjects and themes important to the advancement of the health center mission.

Submission are welcome for educational and workshop sessions. The sessions are defined as follows:

  • Educational workshops are usually lecture or panel style sessions addressing a single subject or topic. The session generally has a leader and several speakers and the format allows for discussion among the speakers and the audience. ย Resources can be provided as part of the speaker(s) presentation.
  • Workshop Sessions are opportunities for a group of people to engage in intensive discussion and activity on a particular topic, skill, resource, or project. It is interactive from the start, relying on cooperation and engagement from participants. This engagement can result in the formulation of new ideas, proposals, or skills as well as the ability to implement a resource, idea, skill, etc. at the participantsโ€™ organization.

Thank you for taking the time to submit your abstract!ย  All submissions will be notified of acceptance status by the end of August 2022.

The call for abstracts will be open from Tuesday, June 28, 2022 to Friday, July 15, 2022 at 11:59 PM ET. NACHC expects to notify selected speakers by the end of August. If you have any questions, please contact Ryan Smith.*

*Acceptance of an abstract does not commit NACHC to the payment of professional fee or travel support.