The National Child Health Policy Conference (CHPC) is designed to bring together a diverse group of stakeholders to review and discuss policy priorities at the forefront of child health.
The conference theme, Child Health Policy in the 2016 Election, will be reflected throughout the agenda, which features sessions on the numerous implications of the upcoming election on children’s health. Speakers from the public and private sectors, as well as from federal, state and local governments, will define key policy issues to support child health system transformation and improve children’s health. Sessions will cover timely policy initiatives for child health while addressing relevant evidence to bridge gaps in child health services research.
Breakout session topics include issues and solutions in child health coverage and access, health information technology, adverse childhood events, and oral health. With more than 200 attendees and a discussion-focused format, the CHPC offers a unique opportunity to gain access to child health policy stakeholders and build your professional network.