Call for Abstracts Open!
NEHA is accepting submissions for abstracts to present at its second Enhancing Environmental Health Knowledge (EEK): Vectors and Public Health Pests Virtual Conference on May 15 – 16, 2018. Submit an abstract and take advantage of a unique opportunity to engage with environmental health professionals of all levels in an exciting virtual environment.
About the Conference:
Dates: May 15-16, 2018
Cost of Attendance: Free
The EEK Virtual Conference is designed to enhance the knowledge of environmental health professionals to help them respond to events of public health concern as well as bring professionals together to exchange information and discover new solutions to issues in vectors and public health pests. We are looking to facilitate collaboration across multiple sectors (including academia, research, private industry, and environmental public health) and encourage anyone to submit an abstract who works within the field of vector control or public health pests.
NEHA is seeking abstracts that explore topics such as...
- Rodents, ticks, mosquitoes, bed bugs, etc.
- Integrated pest management
- Emerging vectors and vector-borne diseases
- New technologies in vector and pest control
- Climate change and vectors
- Program improvement strategies and resources
- Methods for surveillance and program evaluation
- How information can be used by the public
- Lessons learned
- And more!
The virtual conference environment will include:
- Auditorium presentations
- Poster sessions
- Networking lounge
- Exhibitor booths and resources
Please note: Registration will officially open on April 10th.
How to Submit an Abstract:
The abstract submission period is open. Abstracts must be submitted by March 21, 2018. To submit an abstract, please view the Abstract Submission Guidelines below
Thank you to the following partners for exhibiting at EEK:
- Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Public Health Foundation
- American Public Health Association
- American Mosquito Control Association
- Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
If you have questions, please contact Alyssa Beck at firstname.lastname@example.org