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Crowne Plaza

201 S Shackleford Road

Little Rock, Arkansas 72211

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Arkansas Public Health Association - 2017 Annual Meeting and Expo
May 10-12, 2017
Crowne Plaza
Little Rock, Arkansas

The conference is targeted toward public health professionals in the state, school, medical, and community settings. Information will be tailored to teachers, school administrators, nurses, counselors, prevention specialists, health educators, physicians, nutritionists, and many other health education professionals.

The goals of the conference include: 1) providing practical skills and comprehensive information for individuals involved in public health at the state and local levels, 2) stimulating the exchange of innovative programs and partnerships with state agencies, schools, businesses and communities to create a healthy future for those at risk, and 3) enhancing multidisciplinary interaction and team development among public health professionals.




FAQs:

Will there be Continuing Education Credits?

The planning committee is in the process of preparing applications for continuing education credits for dieticians, environmental health specialist, nurses, medical, and health educators. We will post the exact number of hours available once the applications are approved. Please accept our apologies as we work through the process.

Hotel Information:

  • Location: Crowne Plaza Little Rock (Group Rate)
  • Rates: $91.00 Traditional King or Double Occupancy
  • Deadline: Wednesday, Apri 19, 2017


What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The hotel should have ample parking. In the event that parking is full, please use the neighboring lots.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please email the Conference Chair: Quinyatta Mumford at Quinyatta.Mumford@Arkansas.gov

What's the refund policy?

If registration is cancelled by April 10, 2017, a full refund less $25 will be issued to attendee via mail. Any cancellations after this date, the attendee forfeits their registration fees. All cancellations must be received in writing.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

To streamline the registration process, please bring your printed ticket to the event.

Can I update my registration information?

Yes, you may update your registration information up until March 3, 2017.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

In the event that you can no longer attend the conference, you can transfer your registration. However, this is not applicable to students or presenter (unless the individual is a replacement presenter).

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

The name on your ticket will be the name that is printed on your name tag. Please update your registration to reflect the name you wish to appear on your name tag.



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