2022 Annual Meeting

CCHPTP MIDWINTER MEETING, JANUARY 16-17, 2022
Intercontinental San Diego Hotel • San Diego, CA

Training for the Future: From Clinic to Community via Population Health

This meeting builds on our series of mid-winter meetings to inform clinical health psychology training programs on innovations in training related to health service psychology, revisiting the theme of Population Health which has become even more salient since the COVID-19 pandemic.  The meeting will be held at the Intercontinental San Diego Hotel beginning Sunday morning January 16, and concluding at noon on Monday, January 17, 2022 (Martin Luther King Holiday).  www.intercontinentalsandiego.com

The meeting is in conjunction with & directly following the Annual Mid-Winter CUDCP Meeting.  

Registration for the 1.5-day CCHPTP conference is $225 ($250 after December 22, 2021), and includes two continental breakfasts and one lunch.  Student Registration is $125 ($150 after December 22).
This meeting will accommodate both in-person and virtual attendance at the same rate.

Topics include:
•    Population Health Research Models
•    Applications of Population Health
•    Health Economy
•    The Future of Clinical Health Psychology Research & Practice

Sample of conference speakers:
•  Wayne Talcott, PhD, ABPP, (Ret. Col. USAF), Professor, Public Health Sciences, University of Virginia
•  Daniel Cassidy, PhD, ABPP, Lt Col USAF, Lackland Air Force Base
•  Wen You, PhD, Associate Professor, Public Health Sciences, University of Virginia
•  Cathi Grus, PhD, Chief Education Officer, APA
•  Jennifer Kelly, PhD, ABPP, President, APA

(CE credits available through Wayne State University). The Department of Psychology at Wayne State University is approved by the American Psychological Association  to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Department of Psychology at WSU maintains responsibility for the program and its contents.

To attend the 2022 CCHPTP Midwinter Meeting:

Register by Wednesday, December 22, 2021 (but sooner is better). We need an almost exact count by that date to be sure we have ordered the correct amount of food and have reserved meeting rooms of correct size. The registration fee is $225 ($250 after December 22).

CCHPTP:  Complete Meeting Registration form and follow payment instructions. 

Meeting Registration Form

CUDCP members can register online for both meetings: See page 2 of the CUDCP Registration materials or register online at www.cudcp.org

♦ Book your room at the Intercontinental San Diego Hotel

Intercontinental San Diego Hotel Reservations:  Book your room BEFORE 5:00 pm PST DECEMBER 22, 2021 to get the $224/night single/double group rate.  www.intercontinentalsandiego.com  
Note the daily amenity fee will be waived at check-in. 

If you have questions or require special accessibility or accommodations, please contact Kris Morgan at 770.415.0884 or kris@kmjassociates.com.  Providing us ahead of time with information about any special needs will help in making accommodation plans.

Early Registration Deadline:  December 22, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccination Statement

CCHPTP members’ health and safety is our highest priority. We are aware of public health concerns and want to provide a safe opportunity to gather in-person, while doing our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19, at the CCHPTP Midwinter Meeting.
 
To that end, we have been closely following local restrictions and evolving COVID-19 levels and protocols in San Diego. California holds the lowest COVID-19 transmission rate of any state and is showing a decline in hospitalization rate. San Diego County COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard   

As of October 27, 2021:
•    Over 2.2 million, or 81.5%, of San Diegans 12 and up are fully vaccinated.
•    Over 2.5 million, or 90.2%, of San Diegans 12 and older have received at least one shot.

Due to the Delta variant, the County of San Diego is following the latest CDC guidance in recommending the universal wearing of masks by both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals in indoor public settings.

To help ensure a safe meeting, we ask all meeting attendees, vendors, and guests to confidentially attest to the following:
o    I am fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a WHO-approved vaccine and can produce photo or paper verification on request.
o    I will comply with all mask requirements established by CUDCP, which will follow the guidance of the CDC, as well as any additional requirements set by the local government at the time of the conference. (Vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear masks when in San Diego; however, individual businesses may continue to enforce mask wearing while on site. All individuals are still required to wear masks when using public transportation and while at the airport.  Masks covering the nose and mouth will be required at all times during the Midwinter Meeting, except when actively eating, drinking, or presenting.)
o    I will follow any safety guidelines, including social distancing, as implemented by CCHPTP, local government and/or the Intercontinental San Diego Hotel.
o    I agree not to attend the meeting if I experience any COVID-19 symptoms or learn I have tested positive for COVID-19 within 72 hours prior to the event. I further understand that CCHPTP will fully refund my conference registration in this case.
o    If I begin experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or receive a positive test result while attending the meeting, I will alert the CCHPTP meeting staff and agree to follow the protocols set in place by CCHPTP.
o    I agree not to attend the meeting if I learn that I have recently come into close contact (defined as being within six feet for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or longer) with an individual who tested positive for COVID-19. If I learn of such close contact while attending the meeting, I agree to leave the meeting immediately.
o    I agree to cooperate with any contact tracing efforts in the event I test positive for or am exposed to COVID-19 while attending the conference.
We will continue to monitor guidelines issued by the CDC as well as the local government in San Diego and will adjust our plans and policies accordingly as the situation evolves.

 

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