Presenters

Congratulations on being accepted to present at APHA 2022. The resources below will ensure you have a succesful presentation.

There are no virtual presentations. All presenters must attend and present in Boston. If you cannot attend in person you may find an alternative presenter or withdraw your abstract. 

Abstract Notifications: Abstract notifications for the general call for abstracts was sent on July 21. If you have not recieved your abstract notification first search for your name in the online program.  Late breaker notifications will be sent in Mid-August.

REGISTRATION

Presenters must be individual members of APHA. Session organizers, moderators and presenters are required to pay the appropriate registration fee for full or one-day access to the meeting.  View all registration rates and information.  

Prior to September 20, one-day registrations fees are only available for presenters. You must indicate that you are a presenter to access the one-day rate.

One-Day Rates Early Advance Late 
Regular, Agency Individual and Company Consultant Individual
$410  $460  $530 
Student
$185  $205  $230 
Early-Career Professional, Discounted Regular and Retired Members
$260  $310  $380 
 

RESOURCES AND GUIDELINES

 

PRESENTER POLICIES  

No Call, No Show — Speakers who fail to show up for their presentation without notifying the program planner (PDF) of cancellation will not be permitted to present at any APHA-sponsored meetings for the following two years.

Copyright Issues — Speakers who use original work (pictures, charts, graphs, videos, etc.) in their presentation must cite the original source. If you are drawing heavily on another source, it is your responsibility to seek permission to use the material.

Publication Rights — Accepted abstracts for APHA 2022 may not be presented at any other meeting or published in any journal before Saturday, Nov. 5, 2022. It is the author's responsibility to submit their paper to a journal for publication after the meeting. Guidelines for manuscript submissions to the American Journal of Public Health.

Frequently Asked Questions

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