The Maine Public Health Association’s fall conference is the largest meeting dedicated to public health in Maine, attracting 400+ professionals across the state. New for 2020, we are focusing regionally:
- Northern Maine: One Maine, One Health
- Western Maine: Food & Behavioral Health
- Eastern Maine: The Intersection of Mental Health & Public Health
- Southern Maine: Public Health Innovation & Adaptation and Social Determinants of Health.
Over the course of four weeks, from September 29th through October 23rd we’ll come together virtually to learn, develop our skills, and network.
Registration and agenda coming soon!
The Call for Abstracts for the Portland conference is now available! We suggest reviewing the 2020 Call for Abstracts application before submitting it online. If you have any questions, please contact Membership Manager, Heather Drake.
Past MPHA Conferences:
35th Fall Conference (2019): One Maine, On Health.
34th Fall Conference (2018): Addiction and the State of Public Health in Maine
33rd Fall Conference (2017). Health Equity: Can We Get There From Here?
32nd Fall Conference (2016). Population. Environment. Policy.
31st Fall Conference (2015). Building Our Brand: Making Public Health Visible in Maine
30th Fall Conference (2014). Building on 30 years of Public Health Progress in Maine
29th Fall Conference (2013). Health in All Policy: The Value of Public Health in Maine
28th Fall Conference (2012). Community Connections: Building Creative Partnerships for the Health of all Mainers
27th Fall Conference (2011). Facing Public Health Challenges Today for a Healthier Tomorrow
26th Fall Conference (2010). Mosaic of Public Health: Putting the Pieces Together
25th Fall Conference (2009). Portraits of the Past, Visions of the Future
24th Fall Conference (2008). Politics and Public Health
23rd Fall Conference (2007). Public Health Emergencies