28th Annual Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference
March 26 - 30, 2018 - San Diego CA US

Art and Science of Health Promotion Institute

patti.weber@healthpromotionjournal.com
Phone: +012484252737

Bringing together health promotion professionals from across disciplines and settings to share best practices in health promotion. The 28th Annual Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference brings together professionals with a passion for health promotion - individuals who represent the most successful programs in workplace, clinical, educational and community settings. The three-day core conference (March 28-30, 2018) will feature three inspiring and thought-provoking keynote addresses plus: . Concurrent sessions by top scientists and practitioners . Research Reports, Program Descriptions and Panel Discussions presenting the latest research and best practices . Networking opportunities to connect with others at the conference and beyond . Fitness activities for a complete wellness experience Over the course of the conference you will have an abundance of opportunities to collaborate through interactive discussions, networking sessions, fitness activities and social events. The conference will also feature two-day pre-conference Intensive Training Seminars (March 26 and 27, 2018), each offering an opportunity for in-depth focus on a particular aspect of health promotion. Each year we bring together health promotion and wellness program managers, business owners, human resource leaders, nurses, psychologists, health educators, exercise physiologists, nutritionists, dieticians and more from workplace, clinical, insurance, community and academic settings for this one forum to learn and share experiences. This conference will provide you with solid data and practical strategies to make your programs and your work more effective. You will take with you a renewed sense of commitment and passion and the satisfaction of knowing that others are working just like you to make a difference. Continuing Education Credits are typically available for a number of professions including Exercise Science, Health Education, Nursing, Nutrition and Medicine.

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