Update Conference

Registration Fee

Full Conference: $175
One-Day Only: $100
Continuing Education: $15

Continuing Education Credits offered

Upcoming Dates & Locations

September 18-20, 2017
Crowne Plaza Grand Rapids
5700 28th Street SE, Grand Rapids MI

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Overnight Accommodations

All individuals should call (616) 957-1770 and ask for the 2017 Michigan Family Planning Conference Block. Rate is $75 a night plus taxes and fees. Room block closes August 31, 2017.

Exhibitor Opportunities

Exhibitor Opportunities Available

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Continuing Education opportunities are available in the areas of Nursing and Social Work. A Certificate of Attendance with educational hours is also available. If more information is needed, please contact CEInfo@mphi.org.
Ann Garvin, MDHHS
Dr. Brent Davidson, Henry Ford Health System & MDHHS
Cherie Seitz, Planned Parenthood of Kalamazoo
Connie Kross, Ottawa County Department of Public Health
Darin McMillan, MDHHS
Dr. David Bell, Columbia University Medical Center
Debra Darling, MSU
Janis Biermann, Maryland Department of Health & Human Services
Jessica Marcella, NFPRA
Jonathan Fritz, MDHHS
Karen Brown, MDHHS Tobacco Section
Larry Swiader, Bedsider
Linda Gregg, MDHHS
Lisa Peacock, Benzie-Leelanau District Health Department
Mark Lowis, MDHHS Behavioral Health Section
Mary MacInnes, Midland County Health
Michelle Klein, Benzie-Leelanau District Health Department
Rachel Copeland, MDHHS
Sara Paxton, Family Outreach Center Inc.
Sue Montei, MDHHS
Susan Woodward, UNC Center for Maternal & Infant Health
All participants registering in advance will receive a confirmation letter, including a map and directions. If you do not receive a confirmation letter one week prior to the event, please contact MPHI at (517) 324-8330.
This policy is available for you to read during the registration process under "Terms and Conditions" prior to submitting your registration.

Archived Resources

Welcome Presentation - Lynette Biery
Contraception Update: National Standards and New Opportunities - Dr. Brent Davidson
101 - The Doctor Is In - Dr. Brent Davidson
102A - Merging Family Planning and STD Programs Update One Year Later - Connie Kross
102A - Public Health, Primary Care and Behavioral Health Integration One Year Later - Michelle Klein
103A - Clean Air for a Healthy Family: Helping your Clients Quit Tobacco - Karen Brown
103B - Motivational Interviewing: Joining and Engaging, Increasing Participation, Improving Behaviors, Mastering Resistance - Mark Lowis
Protecting Sexually Active Teens Requires More than a Trojan: Understanding Risk and Using Technology to Support Behavior Change - Jennifer Salerno
201 - What’s New in Breast and Cervical Cancer? - Ann Garvin
202 - The New Health Care Agenda and What it Means for Family Planning - Jessica Marcella
301 - Decisions, Decisions, Decisions: Clinical Cases - Sue Montei, Linda Gregg, and Janet Isabell
302A - Community Participation, Education and Project Promotion in Title X - Darin McMillan
Clinical Practicum - Male Exam - Dr. David Bell
Preconception Health & Health Care Initiative: “Show Your Love Today” Program – Nationally Elevating Local Work - Suzanne Woodward and Janis Biermann
401 - Fast Track Your PrEP Knowledge - Jonathan Fritz
402 - Breaking Up with the “Cookie Cutter” Approach to Preconception Messages - Suzanne Woodward
403 - Working Alongside Medicaid Health Plans - Rachel Copeland and Debra Darling
Substance Use: Where Do We Begin? - Sara Paxton
Engaging Young Men in Sexual and Reproductive Health Services - Dr. David Bell
A Review of LILETTA