2024 Conference on Adolescent Health: Translating Research into Practice

Meeting Dates: 
Monday, May 6, 2024 to Tuesday, May 7, 2024
Meeting Time and Location: 

Morris Lawrence Building at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, MI



Registration Opens February 2024

Call for Proposals

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 hybrid event in 2022 brought together almost 600 attendees from 42 states, 11 countries, and 280 organizations.

We hope that you will consider joining us again next year for the hybrid 10th Annual Conference on Adolescent Health, set to be held on May 6-7, 2024, at the Morris Lawrence Building at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, MI.

The objectives for the 2024 Conference include:

  • Describe patient-centered outcomes research as it relates to adolescent health.
  • Identify evidence-based health care practices in the areas of mental health, physical health, sexual health, and nutritional health.
  • Determine strategies to implement best practices in adolescent health care within various health care and program implementation settings including primary care, school-based health centers, specialty care, health departments, community organizations, and state and local government.
  • Develop evidence-based communication skills for working with adolescents specific to morbidities prevalent in adolescents.

The Annual Conference on Adolescent Health is directed toward physicians, nurses, social workers, registered dietitians, health educators, public health professionals, and all others who work with adolescents in a health care capacity. CEU credits are available for attendance.

The event offers sessions on Primary Care, Mental Health, Sexual & Reproductive Health, School-Based Health, Youth Engagement Strategies, and Community-Based Interventions.