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JULY 25-26TH, 2023



Conference Information

Florida Public Health Association would like to invite our members and other public health professionals from around the state to our 2023 Annual Educational Conference. Presentations and Posters will focus around Social & Economic Factors, Public Health Collective, and Public Health In Action. 

When: July 25-26

Where: The Florida Hotel and Conference Center, 1500 Sand Lake Road, Orlando, FL 32809

Registration: Conference Registration is Open!


 FPHA Member General  Non-Member General  FPHA Student Member  Student Non-Member  
 $300  $375  $100  $140  

***If you are a
Local County Health Department employee,
please fill out this form and email form back to for specific DOH membership***

Hotel Booking: $124/night Follow This Link to Book Your Hotel (Booking deadline July 20th or until filled, whichever occurs first)

Agenda: Draft Agenda

Submit an Abstract for the "Call for Posters & Presenters"

Calling all FPHA members, public health students and faculty, and public health organizations. FPHA is inviting you to submit a proposal for posters and/or presentations for our annual educational conference. This year’s theme focuses on Bridging the Gap of Multisector Partnership, our goal is highlight public health in action, whether that is through work within the health departments, academic institute or partnership with the community. We encourage you submit topics focused on Social & Economic Factors, Public Health Collective, and Public Health In Action. You can submit to present a poster, an oral presentation, or both.

Submissions are closed, all abstracts submitted are under review.

Thank you

Exhibitor/Sponsorship Options

Participating as an exhibitor at the 2023 FPHA Educational Conference will give your company/organization a forum to share information about your products and programs with a variety of public health professionals from all over the state of Florida. You will also gain full access to top-notch conference topics and speakers. We will recognize your company/organization in the conference program, meal signage, and on the FPHA event page. Your company/organization is a valuable partner and resource for public health professionals and the Florida Public Health Association. We know that our partnership can provide a pathway to excellence in public health.

Exhibitor Prospectus

Exhibitor Registration

FPHA W9: Please click here to download FPHA W9

Awards and Scholarships Application Deadline Friday, June 9th, 2023

Award Nominations Any FPHA member may submit a nomination for an Association Award.  Awards may not be given in each category every year. Please submit award nominations to: 

Click here to see the full list of awards available for nominations. 

Public Health Scholarships Available

Students may apply for an FPHA Scholarship which will be presented at the 2023 FPHA Annual Conference during the Awards and Scholarship Ceremony on Wednesday, July 26th. This scholarship will cover registration to attend the 2023 conference and a one-year membership beginning July 2023. Learn more about how to apply by clicking here

Robin Napier Memorial Scholarship Available

The Florida Public Health Association has created a scholarship in memory of Robin Napier. A long-standing FPHA member, former FPHA President, and successful Health Officer for the Florida Department of Health. Robin had been a DOH family member for over 25 years, starting in Putnam County as an accountant and eventually she became Health Officer in 2008. In 2012 she was appointed as Health Officer in Hernando County. Robin served in several interim Health Officer roles over the years along with numerous committees and organizations like FPHA and FACCHO. Robin excelled in her position as Health Officer and represented what true leadership is for public health. The Robin Napier Memorial Scholarship will help support professional development opportunities for women in the public health field. The goal would be to support women who have a desire to grow in the field of public health, specifically within the Florida Department of Health.

Scholarship details and the eligibility requirements can be found here

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