National Center for Farmworker Health
Call for Health
info@ncfh.org
1770 FM 967 • Buda, TX 78610
(512) 312-2700
(800) 531-5120
fax (512) 312-2600
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24th Annual Midwest Stream Farmworker Health Forum


 

 

Date: November 20-22


Location: The St. Anthony Hotel in San Antonio, Texas


The 24th Annual Midwest Stream Farmworker Health Forum, Produced by the National Center for Farmworker Health, Inc. is an annual conference that provides quality, farmworker specific, professional development experiences for individuals in all disciplines within farmworker health. The Forum offers a diverse program featuring sessions on clinical topics, lay health outreach, research, and leadership development. Participants also have the opportunity to gain continuing education credits. So join your colleagues in San Antonio, Texas, for a great conference

Who Should Attend…

Health care providers, administrators, board members, health educators, lay health professionals, students, researchers, farmworkers and co-sponsors are invited to assemble and share new ideas, learn innovative strategies, and enhance their skills in health care delivery for the migrant and farmworker population.

Registraion information will be available beginning August 25, 2014 


Hotel

To join us, call The St. Anthony Hotel in San Antonio directly at (210)227-4392 and identify yourself as a group member of the National Center for Farmworker Health when placing reservations.

To book your reservations online, please visit: The St. Anthony Hotel

Special room rates are $116/night plus tax. Rooms are limited, reserve now.

Exhibitors

Do you want to promote your organization’s newest products and services? Organizations with innovative programs, tools and educational materials are encouraged to exhibit! Please contact Christina Brito at (512) 312-5459, or via e-mail, brito@ncfh.org

Sponsorship

Local and national organizations and agencies interested in promoting their organization within the farmworker health arena are invited to co-sponsor the conference. Please contact Christina Brito at (512) 312-5459 or brito@ncfh.org