The Minnesota Office of Rural Health and Primary Care, Minnesota Rural Health Association, and National Rural Health Resource Center invite proposals for presentations to be delivered at the 2023 Minnesota Rural Health Conference, on June 12-13 in Duluth. The conference theme is "Reconnect. Renew. Revitalize."
Proposals for 60-minute oral presentations and panel discussions that align with one of the conference’s three tracks — Social Drivers of Health, Innovations and Sustainability, and Workforce — are encouraged. Proposal submissions must include at least one presenter who is a rural health care provider, student, person with lived experience, or a person working at a rural health care organization or facility.
The deadline to submit a proposal online is Thursday, January 19, 2023 at 4 p.m. CT.
The proposal form and additional details about the submission process can be found online here.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The Minnesota Rural Health Conference annually seeks to support, connect, and inspire rural health professionals and leaders from across the state as they work toward the goal of building healthy communities. The conference typically attracts a range of attendees: health care executives; health care providers and other professionals; network directors; policy analysts and other researchers; health plan and accountable care organization representatives; educators; staff from government agencies; health professions students; and community members, leaders, and activists.
If you have questions about the proposal process, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.