What to expect at NRHA’s clinic and CAH events next week

The National Rural Health Association (NRHA) is looking forward to seeing everyone virtually for NRHA’s Rural Health Clinic and Critical Access Hospital Conferences, the association’s fastest-growing events, Sept. 21-24. No need to worry about airfare or accommodations – you can join these events at reduced virtual rates.

During can’t-miss sessions at this event, NRHA and partner Legato Healthcare Marketing will introduce and discuss NRHA’s collection of rural-specific vaccine confidence education materials designed to help you and your community members, employers, and other leaders communicate real vaccine facts in their own words.

Beyond the visual preview of the virtual environment seen above, the agenda highlights for both events include:

  • identifying the most effective vaccine efforts
  • expanding telehealth capacity in rural communities
  • innovating pathways for workforce development
  • keeping rural hospitals open every way we can
  • rural maternal health and workforce expansion
  • rural-specific regulatory and policy updates
  • three distinct sessions on behavioral health
  • lessons learned from the pandemic — and what’s next for rural
 View agenda

Be sure to check out the new virtual registration rate structure and expanded agenda. As usual, all content will be made available as the event happens and on demand at your convenience for a full year so you can watch every session you’ve registered for.

You’ll also have the chance to video chat with colleagues, meet with NRHA Partners to discuss the latest in rural health innovation and support, and discuss virtual sessions as they occur with presenters answering your questions.

Virtual events allow NRHA to present – and you to experience – even more educational content than at an in-person event, and NRHA will utilize the same platform as our 2021 Annual Rural Health Conference, by far our most intuitive and seamless virtual environment.

Register today for both events to save hundreds. NRHA looks forward to seeing everyone virtually.