Hampton University's 37th Annual Conference on the Black Family

Registration Information

Full Registration

Full registration includes admission to the Opening Ceremony, all panels and roundtables, and a logo gift.

The full registration prior to March 14 is $25 for the general public; and $15 for military and seniors.

After March 14, the full registration is $50 for the general public; and $35 for military and seniors.

Additional Registration Options

Thursday Luncheon Only - $25 per Person

Friday Luncheon Only - $25 per Person

The Opening Ceremony, all panels and roundtables are FREE for HU students, faculty,staff and preceptors.

For more information, please call (757)727-5071.

March 18-20, 2015

Come join leaders from education, politics, health professions and the general community all convening on Hampton University's beautiful waterfront campus to discuss this year's theme, "Controlling Diabetes: A Call to Action for Minority Families." We will focus on the problem of diabetes, health disparities, and diabetes management in communities. The Conference is designed to be a public health intervention aimed at accomplishing selected goals and objectives of the federal government's Healthy People 2020. Diabetes is a controllable disease with devastating consequences when uncontrolled, and we will explore the important role of families in controlling the disease and eliminating diabetic complications. We have assembled an exciting team of keynote speakers and informative workshops in order to accomplish the Conference objectives.

Schedule

Wednesday, March 18
Opening Ceremony 7:30pm Ogden Hall, Hampton University
Keynote: Griffin Rodgers, M.D., Director, National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) of the National Institutes of Health
Thursday, March 19
Panels & Roundtables 9am - 11am Hampton University Student Center
Luncheon 11:30am - 1:30pm Hampton University Student Center
Panels & Roundtables 1:30pm - 5pm Hampton University Student Center
Keynote: Linda Siminerio, PhD., Chair, National Diabetes Education Program and Professor of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh
CE - Special Situations in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes
(This activity is intended for nurses, dietitians and pharmacists)
1pm-3pm | Separate registration required at mycecenter.com.
Friday, March 20
Workshops 9am - 11am Hampton University Student Center
Closing Luncheon 11:30am - 1:30pm Hampton University Student Center Ballroom
Keynote: Rear Admiral Pamela Schweitzer, Chief Pharmacy Professional Officer of the United States Public Health Service, and Assistant Surgeon General

The Hampton University Conference on the Black Family

Since 1978, when Hampton University President Dr. William R. Harvey recognized a need for consistent and formal dialogue concerning the African-American community, the Hampton University Annual Conference on the Black Family has provided an annual forum for people to come together to discuss important issues concerning the black family.

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