2023 Conference on Adolescent Health
Translating Research into Practice
2023 Conference on Adolescent Health
The 2023 Conference on Adolescent Health is set to be virtually on May 11-12, 2023! As we work to translate research into practice, 100% of the sessions at this year’s event will be co-facilitated by youth, and the planning of the Conference will be guided by the AHI Teen Advisory Council (TAC TAC).
The Annual Conference on Adolescent Health brings together an interdisciplinary community of health care professionals to share research and best practices aimed at improving adolescent-centered care. Each year, the event hosts over 450 attendees from nearly all 50 states and a growing international community. The fully virtual event in 2021 brought together 875 attendees.
Registration for the event will open on Monday, February 6, 2023.
Since the 2023 Conference on Adolescent Health will be held virtually, we have adjusted attendance fees to reflect the event’s format. If you cannot cover the conference’s cost, please reach out to email@example.com, who has scholarship opportunities available.
Virtual Conference registration prices
|Registration Type||Early Bird 1-Day||Early Bird 2-Days||1-Day||2-Day|
|Health care professionals||$150.00||$250.00||$175.00||$275.00|
Conference attendees from the fully virtual 2021 event include:
2022 Experience Through Art Award
In support of ongoing efforts to amplify youth voice, AHI is hosting their second annual Experience Through Art award that will work to center youth voice and perspective at the Annual Conference on Adolescent Health.
The 2022 Experience Through Art recipient will receive a $100 stipend and a complimentary registration to the 2022 Conference on Adolescent Health. All submissions have the opportunity to be shared at the event. In efforts to support new business opportunities for young artists, art pieces and any contact information young folks are interested in communicating will be shared with Conference attendees.
- Created by youth.
- Depicts what the artist would like their health care professionals to know about working with youth or what adolescent health means to them.
- Submissions need to be submitted digitally.
- Accepted formats include: JPG, PNG, PDF, MP4.
- The medium is flexible, as long as a photo or video can be submitted of the piece.
The deadline to submit an art piece is on Friday, May 20, 2022.
Call for Proposals
Call for Proposals is now open! Share your program, practices, or research with an audience of over 450 leading adolescent health professionals. The hybrid event in 2022 brought together 600 attendees.
AHI is currently accepting Breakout Sessions, Oral Presentations, and Poster Presentations. Submissions that address social determinants of health, racism as a public health crisis, PCOR/CER-funded research, and works that focus on the many needs of youth as it relates to their intersecting identities will be prioritized.
To learn more about the submission process, or review the proposal questions in advance, check out our Call for Proposals Submission Guide.
Call for Proposal submissions closes on Friday, October 21.
Call for Posters
Want to share your innovative research project or program with an interdisciplinary audience of health care professionals? Submit your poster abstract for the 2022 Conference on Adolescent Health by Friday, June 3.
A Poster Presentation is intended to share innovative research, practice, or programs. Works in progress that will be completed by the Conference date can be submitted. Presenters will also have the option to display their poster in person to be viewed during the Networking Session. This is optional, not required.
Call for Awards
The Excellence in Adolescent Health Award recognizes individuals or teams doing exceptional work in the field of adolescent health. Recipients will have demonstrated the Adolescent Health Initiative core values of Collaboration, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Expertise, Innovation, Quality, and Responsiveness through their work.
This award is recognized each year at the Annual Conference on Adolescent Health.
*This year, special attention will be paid to individuals or programs who intentionally center anti-racist practices in their work.
Examples of exceptional work may include quality improvement projects to impact adolescent health outcomes, an effective health center program, innovative research related to adolescent health, or a project connecting youth to community resources.
The deadline to submit a nomination is Friday, February 11.
Countdown to the 2023 Conference on Adolescent Health
Sponsorship and Exhibiting Opportunities
Sponsorship & Exhibiting opportunities are now open for the 2022 Conference on Adolescent Health. For more information about our new hybrid Sponsorship Levels, please check out our 2022 Sponsorship Packet.
*In efforts to amplify the race-centered work happening around adolescent health, AHI is offering a complimentary exhibiting table and a 40% sponsorship discount to any organization doing race-centered work in their communities. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact our Marketing Manager, Janine Driver.
The support, involvement, and enthusiasm of our Conference sponsors help to actualize AHI’s vision of transforming the health care landscape. We are grateful for their commitment to adolescent health and amplifying youth voice. Thank you!
Take time to enjoy all that downtown Ypsilanti has to offer! Ypsilanti is diverse, has a rich culture, and a deep pride – with the downtown area consisting of two unique districts: Downtown and Depot Town. The many outdoor attractions and historical sites include the Michigan Firehouse Museum, Ypsilanti Historical Museum, Yankee Air Museum, the Huron River, and Riverside Park.
What are attendees from #AHI2021 saying about the event?
“Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. Don't change a thing. I was so impressed by every breakout session and the keynote speakers. It was just fantastic to be an audience member.”
“Inspiring! Despite the distance, I connected, so well. As a result of culture, most African Americans shy away from discussing sexual matters openly, so I was inspired that such could be discussed in mature settings, bringing together adolescents and practitioners.”
“I absolutely loved it and I think that anytime the youth themselves were able to talk and present it made it that much more powerful.”
Thank you to our funder!
The Conference is partially funded through a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award (EASCS-24871). As Conference Speakers are selected, PCOR/CER-centered research will be listed below.
If you are a PCOR/CER researcher interested in presenting at the event, please get in touch with AHI’s Marketing Manager, Janine Driver, (she/they) below.