Society Events

National Summit for Health Communication

The National Summit for Health Communication is a collaborative and interactive meeting for our members to work collaboratively to advance the Society. The Summit is an opportunity to network with the leaders in the field of health communication and provide input on where our research and advocacy efforts are most needed. This members-only planning and strategy session promises to teach and inspire you while offering you the chance to connect with some of the best and brightest in our field. 

Planning is underway for the 2019 Summit. If you're not currently a member, sign-up for email updates to stay informed about the event. Learn more about the 2018 Summit.

National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media

The Society is pleased to join the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and National Public Health Information Coalition (NPHIC) as co-sponsors of the National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media (NCHCMM). NCHCMM 2018 will be September 11-13, 2018 in Atlanta.

This conference brings together individuals representing academia, public health researchers and practitioners from federal and state government and the private sector, and provides a forum for collegial dialogue within and across these disciplines. The conference is an excellent opportunity to meet with colleagues and shape the future of health communication, marketing, and media practice.

Important Dates


Early Bird Rate

(On or Before

July 31, 2018)

Regular Rate

(August 1, 2018 –

September 1, 2018)

Regular Conference Registration

$485 $545

Government Rate (federal, state, local FTEs only)

$410 $450

Student Rate*

$245 $250

Pre-conference Workshops

$80 $80

*Students must submit a copy of their student ID with the registration form.

Conference Registration will close on Registration will close on Saturday, September 1, 2018 or when maximum attendance capacity is reached. Onsite Registrations will not be accepted.

Register to attend NCHCMM