AFHTO 2022 Conference: call for abstracts

April 26, 2022
Reconnect and Reimagine: moving forward together

It’s time to highlight primary care.

Present your ideas and initiatives at the AFHTO 2022 Conference:
Reconnect and Reimagine: moving forward together

We’ll be selecting sessions and posters for our 4 core themes and we need your help. We want your insight, from system and policy-level discussions to patient-focused inquiries into the ways teams can better serve their communities now as we reconnect and reimagine, moving forward together.

What do we mean? Dive deeper into our conference theme.

The deadline to submit for an #AFHTO2022 presentation is
May 26, 2022, at 5:00 PM (EDT)

Review submission guidelines

Submit online

Reduced registration fee for concurrent session presenters: For each approved concurrent session, up to 2 presenters will each be granted a $35 discount off the conference registration fee. Additional discounts apply for patients presenting at the conference. (Discount doesn’t apply for poster displays.)

This is our first hybrid conference. This means it will be a mix of in-person sessions and on-demand. We will continue to have regularly scheduled webinars focused on primary care teams’ needs for the rest of the year so as always send in your suggestions! For this conference, we welcome speaker suggestions.

Conference key dates:*

  • April 26, 2022- Call for abstracts
  • May 26, 2022- Deadline for abstracts
  • June 15, 2022 - Bright Lights nominations
  • July 2022- Conference registration opens
  • September 28, 2022- Early bird registration deadline
  • October 12, 2022- AFHTO 2022 Conference

Do you know anyone with interesting and innovative initiatives to share? Please forward this email to your colleagues, community partners and stakeholders to make sure everyone has an opportunity to present their initiatives.

And don’t forget, the deadline to join a working group and/or Bright Lights review committee is next Tuesday, May 3. Come behind the scenes of our first hybrid conference and be the first to learn about new developments in the field, influence conference programming and discover the latest innovators in areas directly relevant to your work. Working group members also receive a discount off their registration fee.

For more information, you can contact us by phone (647-234-8605 x1200) or e-mail (