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With Keynote Speakers:

Deputy Secretary Dr. Abinash Achrekar
New Mexico Department of Health 

Dr. Eva M. Moya

University of Texas at El Paso

Please click here for the current agenda

Poster Session Guidelines

Public health is inherently poised to examine and address a wide range of issues through a cross-sectoral lens. It includes preparedness, often an overlooked aspect in public health programming. Not exclusively related to emergencies, preparedness can encompass social determinants of health, access and funding of services, mental and behavioral health, environmental and social justice, as well as disciplines from agriculture to zoonotics, and more. Thus, in the interest of furthering and sharing research, best practices, and innovative developments regarding public health preparedness in the 21st century, NMPHA welcomes abstracts on all related topics.

Included in the theme “PREVENTION, PLANNING, AND MITIGATION: PUBLICHEALTH THROUGH A PREPAREDNESS LENS”, there will be four tracks on topics of special interest to promoting public health preparedness in New Mexico through access, outcomes, and knowledge. These topics are: 

CROSS-SECTOR COLLABORATIONS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS

  • exploring challenges and successes in partnerships for public health 

MENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

  • emphasizing mental and behavioral health, primary prevention and preparedness across all jurisdictions including Sovereign American Indian Nations 

GIS MAPPING, MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS

  • using technology to support public health by enhancing population- and Tribal-based situational awareness and providing actionable information for those assisting at-risk populations that may be impacted by events either natural or man-made 

IMMIGRATION AND BORDER HEALTH

  • pressing concerns related to binational and international public health in the U.S.-Mexico border region of New Mexico in an era of changing immigration policy and migration trends that require improved planning and mitigation across and within sectors 


This event has been approved for 4.5 hours of CHW CEUs on Tuesday and 4.5 hours on Wednesday. 

CHES CEUs are pending approval.


Event Cancellation & Refund Policy

Registration Cancellation by Participant

The deadline to cancel your registration and receive a full refund is five (5) business days before the event. Cancellations received after the stated deadline will not be eligible for a refund. Those with extreme circumstances (e.g., medical emergencies, hazardous driving conditions,etc.) should contact NMPHA at nmpha.mail@gmail.com as soon as possible before the event.

Requests may be considered on a case-by- case basis. Registrations may be transferred to another individual if you are not able to attend.

Cancellations will be accepted in writing only and must be received by the stated cancellation deadline. All refund requests must be made by the attendee or credit card holder. Refund requests must include the name of the attendee and/or transaction number. Refunds will be issued according to how the original payment was made.

 These above policies apply to all NMPHA events unless otherwise noted in the corresponding event materials. Please read all individual event information thoroughly. ​NMPHA is usually required to provide final attendee numbers to the event venue 72 hours in advance of any event and is required to pay fees for individuals who do not cancel their registrations in time.

Note: Pre-conference workshops will be held the afternoon of April 1st. Registration for pre-conference workshops is free, but you must register separately for those sessions.

For more information or questions about your registration (including payment by purchase order), contact NMPHA at nmpha.mail@gmail.com


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