The 2016 NACCHO Annual Conference, July 19–21 in Phoenix, will be the largest gathering of local health department leaders and other public health professionals in the United States.
The conference offers an opportunity for local health department staff, partners, funders, and individuals interested in local public health to share the latest research and ideas, network, and test their assumptions about the issues and topics that concern local public health. This year’s conference theme is “Cultivating a Culture of Health Equity.”
NACCHO is the only national organization that hosts annual conferences that specifically address the needs and concerns of local health officials. With an average of 1,300 attendees, NACCHO Annual is big enough to be powerful and small enough to be personal.