National Environmental Health Association 2016 Call for Abstracts is now open

NEHA is now accepting submissions for abstracts to present at the 2016 Annual Educational Conference (AEC) & Exhibition in San Antonio. This is your opportunity to become a leader in your field by imparting your knowledge and experience on the environmental health community.

NEHA is seeking abstracts that bring the latest advances in environmental health, as well as unique responses to environmental health and protection problems. Practical applications in both the public and private sectors should be emphasized along with the latest in proven emerging technologies.

Types of training and educational sessions at the AEC:


  • Interactive presentations
  • Single or multiple speaker presentations in traditional lecture or panel formats

Learning Labs

  • Hands-on demonstrations
  • Tabletop exercises
  • Drop-in learning labs
  • Roundtable discussions
  • Poster presentations
  • Other interactive and innovative presentation formats

Track Subjects Include:

  • Children’s Environmental Health
  • Climate Change
  • Environmental Health Tracking & Informatics
  • Environmental Health Impact Assessment
  • Emergency Preparedness & Response
  • Emerging Environmental Health Issues
  • Environmental Justice
  • Food Safety
  • International Environmental Health
  • Leadership/Management
  • Onsite Wastewater
  • Pathogens & Outbreaks
  • Recreational Waters
  • Risk Assessment
  • Schools
  • Student Research Presentations
  • Sustainability
  • Technology & Environmental Health
  • Uniformed Services
  • Vector Control & Zoonotic Disease
  • Water Quality

To submit your abstract, please review the AEC Abstract Submission Guidelines and visit our website:

The NEHA 2016 AEC will be held in San Antonio, June 13-16, 2016 in partnership with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

2 Responses

  1. Link to AEC abstract submission seems broken. I get an error message. What is the deadline for presenter abstract submission?

    • Thank you, Nancy, for catching that. There isn’t much information on the web about their 2016 conference, but I did find the abstract page, so I’ve updated those links.

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