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  • Location: Dena’ina Center Anchorage, AK

  • Dates: January 28-30th, 2025

  • Format: In-person with hybrid option 

Conference Description 

Join us for the 2025 Alaska Public Health Association (ALPHA) Health Summit, a premier conference dedicated to promoting and advocating for the health and well-being of all Alaskans. This year, we gather under the theme "Advocating for the Health of All Alaskans," emphasizing our commitment to ensuring equitable healthcare access and outcomes across our beautifully diverse state. 

This year's conference will be held in person in the beautiful city of Anchorage, Alaska, with a hybrid option available for those who wish to participate online.

Why Attend?

  • Gain valuable knowledge and skills to enhance your public health initiatives.

  • Contribute to the dialogue across on improving health outcomes for all Alaskans

  • Expand your professional network and collaborate with peers from across the state and across industry sectors. 

Event Highlights:

  • Keynote Speakers: Hear from renowned public health experts and community leaders who will share their insights on pressing health issues and innovative solutions.

  • Panel Discussions: Engage in dynamic conversations on topics such as health equity, rural healthcare, mental health, and the impact of climate change on health.

  • Workshops and Breakout Sessions: Participate in interactive sessions designed to provide practical tools and strategies for addressing public health challenges.

  • Networking Opportunities: Connect with public health professionals, policymakers, researchers, and advocates to build partnerships and share best practices.

  • Exhibitor Hall: Explore the latest public health resources, technologies, and services from our exhibitors.

Join us for the 2025 Health Summit, where together, we will advocate for the health of all Alaskans and shape the future of public health in our state. We look forward to seeing you there!

Land Acknowledgement Statement:

We acknowledge the ancestral, traditional, and unceded territory of the Dena’ina People, on which we will gather for this conference. We honor and respect the enduring relationship that exists between Indigenous Peoples and their traditional territories. We recognize that this land acknowledgment is just a first step in fostering a more inclusive and equitable environment for all.