AMCHP Invites Community Members, Community-Based Organizations, and Tribal Entities Representatives to Submit a Proposal for AMCHP 2023
October 17, 2022

The call for proposals for the 2023 AMCHP Annual Conference is now open, and community members, community-based organizations (CBOs), and tribal entities representatives are invited to submit a proposal to share their work and ideas under any of the 13 subject-focused tracks.

AMCHP has made a formal commitment to anti-racism and racial equity, which we operationalize through our partnerships, communications, and events. AMCHP also recognizes that the work of Title V and our members is enhanced immeasurably by working in partnership with CBOs and tribal governments. A key piece of this partnership is listening to and learning from community members’ expertise about effective initiatives in their communities and collaborating on ways to further support and sustain that work at the state level.

We would like to leverage opportunities like the 2023 AMCHP Annual Conference to live up to our commitments and invite you to participate by submitting and presenting your work either as skills-building sessions, workshops, poster sessions, or roundtables. AMCHP will continue to make an intentional effort to have community members, those working at community-based organizations, and those representing tribal entities feel welcome at the conference as speakers, thought leaders, experts, and partners. We hope you will consider submitting a proposal or partnering on a proposal this year.

The AMCHP Annual Conference will be held May 6-9, 2023, at the New Orleans Marriot in New Orleans, LA, and will offer content in-person and through our virtual conference platform with the theme Cultivating Diverse Leaders in Maternal and Child Health. We look forward to having participants discuss strategies to grow leaders in maternal and child health (MCH) who reflect the diversity of experiences, cultures, and abilities of the people we serve. Our goal is to nurture innovative, creative, and resilient leaders who use their talents to support healthy communities.

We invite you to learn more about the conference theme and start crafting your proposal at this link. All submissions are due Tuesday, November 22, 2022, at 11:59 p.m. PT. Submitters with submissions completed by this deadline will be notified of their session status by the end of December.

About the Conference

The AMCHP Annual Conference is one of the country’s largest gatherings of maternal and child health (MCH) professionals. Every year, the conference aims to highlight the impact MCH programs are making at all levels for women, children, and families and to provide participants with tools and resources to develop, enhance, and sustain vital MCH programs and services.

To explore the 2023 AMCHP Annual Conference draft schedule at-a-glance and registration rates, please visit our website at this link.

AMCHP Conference Support for CBOs and Tribal Entities

AMCHP has several opportunities to support your participation in the conference. A few of these include:

  • Special networking events to meet other CBOs/tribal entities, as well as connect with other attendees from your state or region.
  • Highlight your work before and during the conference through our newsletter and social media channels.
  • A reduced registration rate for CBOs/tribal entities, in addition to students/youth/young adults, and family leaders.
  • Financial support for interested speakers and attendees for conference registration, travel costs, or childcare.