Interested in speaking at a CPCA conference?
CPCA conducts multiple conferences and summits throughout the year. Are you interested in speaking at one of them? Our call for presenters process allows anyone to submit a proposal for any of our events. All submissions are vetted through a planning group for each conference, and submission deadlines vary.
NOW ACCEPTING ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS: 2020 CPCA ANNUAL CONFERENCE
October 15-16, 2020
Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites
Los Angeles, California
DEADLINE to SUBMIT: APRIL 10, 2020
PREVIEW SUBMISSION QUESTIONS
CPCA hosts this annual two-day program for our members, partners, and community health champions as a way to help educate and empower attendees to learn from one another, and honor those who have been instrumental through the year in addressing the healthcare concerns and challenges facing California's uninsured and underserved communities.
2020 ANNUAL CONFERENCE INFORMATION
Each breakout workshop/panel is slated for either 40 or 90 minutes, including questions and should have no more than three presenters. Any reimbursement or complimentary items offered will only be available for up to three panelists per session. To have your session considered, all information collected in the online submission form must be completed and submitted no later than April 10, 2020.
900+ attendees that include key decision makers and leadership from hundreds of health centers throughout California and beyond:
- Health Center Executive Leadership
- Operations Personnel
- Medical Directors
- Clinical Leadership
- Care Team Members
- Policy & Legislative Advocates
- State & Regional Primary Care Partners
- Health Center Board Members
2020 SESSION TRACKS:
Constantly evolving in response to new challenges and opportunities facing community health centers, these leading-edge tracks provide a platform for strategies and solutions that will shape the future of healthcare, while helping us create a dynamic program highlighting the vital role of California's health centers in the health system.
Policy + Advocacy
Statewide vehicles for transformation
Health centers as leaders in state, regional, and national policy and advocacy arenas
Innovative partnerships and networks that support the strengthening of health centers
Specifically intended for clinicians and clinical leadership
Strategies for emerging care models within primary care, behavioral health, and oral health
Social determinants of health
Strategies for improving the financial and operational practices of health centers
Creating competitive advantages
How to ensure long-term sustainability
Health center leadership building a high-performing workforce
Creating safe spaces to foster practice innovation
Promoting creative partnerships for change
Lindsey Ono, Assistant Director of Events & Sponsorship