2022 Preparedness Summit: Register Today!

The 2022 Preparedness Summit, Reimagining Preparedness in the Era of COVID-19, will provide an opportunity to reflect on lessons learned from current and previous responses, and highlight tools, resources, and learnings that we can apply into the future.

Registration for the Summit, to be held April 4–7, 2022, in Atlanta, is officially open! Early-bird registration is available through February 21, 2022, and there are a range of registration types available—including virtual—to meet your specific needs.

Why Attend?
PS_2people.jpgThis first in-person meeting since the beginning of the pandemic will provide an extraordinary opportunity to reconnect, reflect, and reimagine preparedness moving forward. While we continue to combat COVID-19 and concurrent all-hazard events, it is critically important to come together as a professional community to assess where our preparedness and response efforts have fallen short, met the mark, or exceeded expectations, and to explore opportunities to refocus, plan, and reimagine the future.

Don’t Miss the 2022 Preparedness Summit
As the first and longest-running national preparedness conference, the Preparedness Summit is the place for you to reenergize while gaining the knowledge, resources, and relationships necessary to prepare for and respond to public health emergencies. Don't miss your chance to join more than 1,000 attendees—who work in all levels of government federal, state, and local), emergency management, volunteer organizations, healthcare coalitions, and academia—to share best practices, build partnerships, advance your skillset, and take away innovative solutions and practical strategies to address the vulnerabilities in our nation's health security system.

Register today!

Health and Safety

The health and safety of participants is our highest priority. As such, proof of full COVID-19 vaccination will be required for all in-person attendees. As public health guidance continues to evolve, NACCHO will base its on-site protocols on the latest CDC and local public health guidelines to ensure a safe environment. In addition to our full in-person conference, a virtual component will also be available for those unable to attend in Atlanta.

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