Preventive Medicine 2016, the annual meeting of the American College of Preventive Medicine, will be held February 24-27, 2016 in Crystal City, VA. This year’s conference focuses on the powerful impact of prevention on the practices, systems, and policies affecting the health of individuals, families, and communities. The conference brings together physicians from all specialties whose work advances successful domestic and global public health and policies; health informatics and technology solutions; clinical, lifestyle and occupational medicine best practices and the latest in quality improvement science.
Preventive Medicine 2016 has been designed using a cross-cutting lens to explore new ways to address our broad prevention and health outcomes mandate. The conference plenaries, panels and other sessions explore evidence-based work to find more sustainable and efficient solutions to address current and future health challenges and disparities.
Attendees will see conference programming in the fields of Population Health and Public Policy, Clinical Preventive and Lifestyle Medicine, Global Health, Informatics and Technology, and Quality Improvement, as well as sessions focused on Career and Leadership Development.
For more information about the Preventive Medicine 2016 program or to register, please visit the conference website. Advance registration deadline is Friday, February 5th.