THI PROJECT

29th Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference

April 1 – 5, 2019  |  Marriott Hilton Head Island Resort | Hilton Head Island, SC

Adapting to the Emerging Growth and Evolution of Health Promotion
How Do Employers, Clinicians, Health Promotion Providers and Communities Need to Adapt to Benefit from the Emerging Growth and Evolution of Health Promotion?

This conference brings together health promotion professionals from across disciplines and settings – for an experience filled with learning, sharing and connecting with others who share your passion for health promotion.

The three-day Core Conference features breakout sessions that present a balance of the latest science and practical application, three keynotes who will challenge and inspire, and more than 40 poster presentations offering a range of research findings and case studies.

Preconference Intensive Training Seminars offer two additional days of in-depth learning in a small group setting presented by some of the most talented and accomplished professionals in health promotion. Seminar topics include Motivational Interviewing, entrepreneurial leadership, evaluating workplace health promotion, brain health, organizational change and more.

Many conferences present the current science, and some present the art of implementing what we know to maximal, real-world effect.  This conference uniquely delivers on both: the latest, best evidence regarding ‘what,’ and unique insights from those actually getting it done about ‘how.’

Attend sessions presented by the top authors, scientists, entrepreneurs and program leaders in the field. Be involved through interactive discussions, networking sessions and fitness activities.

You will return home equipped with practical strategies and research backup to make your programs and your work more effective.

Collaborating Organizations

  • American College of Lifestyle Medicine
  • American College of Preventive Medicine
  • American Psychological Association
  • Food Tank
  • NutritionFacts
  • Society for Nutritional Education and Behavior
  • Oldways
  • South Carolina Hospital Association
  • True Health Initiative
  • WorkWell
  • WELLCOM

Learn about the most effective evidence-based strategies to improve program outcomes from some of the most talented scientists in the world.

Connect with several hundred of the most talented practitioners who manage the most effective programs all over the United States and other nations.

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