The theme for the 2013 Symposium is “Public Health Prevention and Care: Bridging the Gaps.” The focus of the Symposium is on the use of the National Prevention Strategy to work with communities and stakeholders at the local, state, Tribal, national and international level to address health disparities among border, cross cultural and at-risk populations.The objectives of the Plenary and Track sessions at the Symposium will be on bridging the knowledge gaps needed to improve the health and quality of life for at-risk populations by moving the focus of healthcare from sickness and disease to prevention and wellness.
Five free Pre-Conference sessions will be held on Tuesday, May 21 at the Renaissance
Category Day Detail Agendas (Thursday)
Thursday Closing Keynote and room list for Category sessions
The Planning Committee for the 2013 USPHS Scientific & Training Symposium thanks everyone who submitted an abstract for presentation at the Symposium, which will be held May 21-23 at the Renaissance in Glendale, Arizona.
Information on uploading your presentation is available on the Speaker Information page.