2014 Alaska Maternal Health &
“Advancing Wellness Across the Lifespan”
The Alaska MCH and Immunization Conference is organized by the Alaska Native Epidemiology Center (EpiCenter) and the Alaska Division of Public Health, Section of Women’s, Children’s, and Family Health. We are excited to provide an opportunity for rural and urban Alaskan health professionals to come together to learn about best practices, tools, and surveillance data related to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of women’s, children’s, and adolescent health issues in Alaska.
By attending this activity participants should be able to:
Describe at least two best practices for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of key maternal, child, adolescent, and family health issues in Alaska.
Identify one key research trend of concern to health professionals and policy makers in rural and urban Alaska.
Describe how to access and use resource tools that are available to assist in your work.
Each conference, we archive the presentations as .pdf documents for future reference. Click on each year below to access individual presentations.
2014 Agenda Posted!
See who is presenting and to start planning for the upcoming conference. Click here to learn more.
2010 Conference Presentations
The 2010 conference materials can be accessed here. This also includes content from the 2010 Infant Safe Sleep Summit.
2012 Conference Presentations
During this conference, select workshops and plenaries were recorded and uploaded to our site. View the presenations in .pdf or video format here.
Abstract Deadline Feb. 1, 2014
Sept. 24-25, 2014
Early Registration: $250.00
Late Registration (after Aug. 11): $300.00
Do you live outside the Anchorage and Mat-Su area? If so, you may qualify for travel assistance to the conference. Click the button below for details.
2012 Presentations Online!
Looking for a presentation that you missed or want to view? Select conference presentations are now available for download. Video presentations are available for each of the previous conferences!