Charlotte, NC | MARCH 2-4, 2021
2021 State of Black Health Biennial Conference
The most compelling meeting in the nation that builds on health equity solutions for African American communities. This year's conference will tackle cancer, gun violence, mental health and a myriad of other critical public health issues.
NAATPN, Inc. is pleased to host the 2021 State of Black Health Biennial Conference in Charlotte, NC. This national, 3-day event convenes public health professionals and community advocates concerned with achieving health equity for African Americans. Through panels and interactive workshops, we equip attendees with an actionable policy plan for improving Black health in their regions. Early registration ends November 2.
WELCOME TO THE QUEEN CITY
Maximize on this incredible opportunity to engage with African Americans professionals who are changing lives for the better.
Book within the State of Black Health room block at the Charlotte Marriott City Center.
The SBH national conference examines the core influences on health including economic, institutional, and social inequalities.
This track will address how injustices in our nation's judicial, educational, and federal institutions produce unhealthy communities and promote health inequality.
This track will explore how unemployment and the attainment of livable wages contribute to current health disparities and remains a primary concern in African American communities.
WELLNESS & CHRONIC DISEASE DISPARITIES
This track reviews corporate, community, healthcare, and governmental public health efforts that are moving the needs toward reducing HIV or other chronic disease disparities.