Registration for Preventive Medicine 2022 Is Now OpenMake your plans today to attend ACPM's Preventive Medicine 2022, June 15–18 in Denver!
After two years of the greatest public health challenge to beset our nation — and the world — in nearly a century, Preventive Medicine 2022 is returning as an in-person event. Plan now to attend and participate in hundreds of sessions with content that is centered on the science-based and evidence-supported practices that will:
- Prevent future pandemics.
- Reduce the burden of chronic disease.
- Stop injuries before they happen.
- Improve the health and wellbeing of all populations.
2022 KBS Lecture: Janine Austin Clayton, MD, FARVOEstablished by the ACPM Board of Regents in 1979 to recognize Dr. Katharine Boucot Sturgis' outstanding contributions in research, teaching and service in the field of preventive medicine, the annual KBS Lecture is an opportunity for nationally recognized leaders to explore key issues and innovations in health promotion and disease prevention.
ACPM is excited to announce Janine Austin Clayton, MD, FARVO as the 2022 KBS Lecturer. Dr. Clayton is the Associate Director for Research on Women’s Health and Director of the Office of Research on Women’s Health at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). She is the architect of the NIH policy requiring scientists to consider sex as a biological variable across the research spectrum, a part of NIH’s initiative to enhance reproducibility, rigor, and transparency.
The 2022 KBS Lecture will be held June 15 from 3:30 to 5:15 p.m. Register now to secure your seat! Register Now