Conferences and Events

Upcoming conferences and events for health care professionals who work in the area of sexual health and STD prevention. Additional resources for health care professionals are available here.

Contraceptive Technology Conference

Virtual event on April 25, 2024
Enduring activity available
May 6, 2024 – June 25, 2025

The Contraceptive Technology conference is the premier conference in the U.S. in the field and offers a unique opportunity to engage with an array of stakeholders and leaders working in contraceptive technology, sexual health, and reproductive health. The 2024 Conference will be virtual, held on April 25, 2024. This one-day virtual conference offers a deep dive into the cutting-edge data and best practices presented in the new 22nd edition of Contraceptive Technology. The authors will clarify complex topics, discuss controversial and rapidly changing concepts, and answer your questions. They will bring you up-to-date on bleeding, contraceptive effectiveness, RTIs, new tools for effective counseling, new tools for FABM, and more! As an attendee, you will have ample time for interaction with the experts. Want to view the conference but unable to join on April 25th? The recordings and CE will be available to all registered attendees for 60 days after the live event.

STI Prevention Conference 2024

September 16-19, 2024
Atlanta, GA

The STI Prevention Conference is a biennial conference that brings together international leading researchers with government experts, clinical STD care providers, and state and local public health administrators. Join more than 1,200 conference attendees September 16-19, 2024, in Atlanta, Georgia, for four days of scientific updates and cutting-edge sessions on science, program, and policy.

The 2024 STI Prevention Conference is organized by the American Sexual Health Association, the American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Coalition of STD Directors.

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