What is optimal health? What vision should our work in the health care system aspire to achieve?
Preventive medicine is grounded in science, driven by evidence and data. But what does the data tell us? How do we operationalize it? How can we use science to advance prevention, engender equity and provide optimal health for all? Answer these questions at Preventive Medicine 2023.
Join colleagues in public health and preventive medicine from across the country to learn from experts in the field, network and build connections. Preventive Medicine 2023 will feature:
Three days of educational sessions — covering the most important topics in public health and prevention: health equity, reproductive health access, COVID-19 and pandemic preparedness, community preventive services, cardiovascular disease prevention, lifestyle medicine and so much more.
Innovative plenary speakers — bringing new and exciting perspectives to the conversation.
Extensive networking and career development — engaging opportunities for all career levels, from medical student to resident to early career physician to long-standing member in the field, there is something for you.
- Culture of New Orleans — fine dining, art, music and more await your visit to NOLA!
Abstract submissions for oral presentations and posters are now open! Deadline for submissions is December 1.
The theme for PM23 is Optimizing Prevention, Social Determinants and Science to Maximize Health for All. Authors are encouraged to submit abstracts and posters in the following categories:
- Research, Evidence and Translation
- Clinical and Lifestyle Medicine
- Public Health and Healthcare Systems
- Preventive Medicine Workforce and Opportunities