The CSTE Annual Conference is a gathering of public health professionals and practitioners focused on epidemiology and informatics. Each year the conference content is determined by the abstracts submitted.
The educational purpose of the CSTE Annual Conference is to offer professionals and practitioners the opportunity to enhance their knowledge, improve their surveillance and epidemiology skills, and exchange information on best practices and strategies in applied epidemiology.
- Identify at least 3 best practices in applied epidemiology.
- Describe at least 3 best practices for surveillance and epidemiology.
- Describe at least 2 public health practice skills presented in workshops.
- Identify at least 2 strategies and tools to improve public health practice.
- Articulate the importance of interprofessional collaboration for applied epidemiology.
Types of Continuing Education
CSTE has partnered with CDC to provide continuing education to conference attendees. CSTE anticipates offering continuing education for:
- Health Educators
- Certified in Public Health
- General Practitioners
CSTE is offering up to 13 hours of CE for attending select conference sessions. Eligible sessions include: NASPHV Business Meeting, Sunday Workshops, plenary sessions, and the Jonathan Mann Lecture.
Claim Your CE Accreditation Agenda
In order to receive CE for the 2021 CSTE Annual Conference please visit www.cdc.gov/GetCE and follow these 9 Simple Steps before July 13, 2021. Search and select the 2021 CSTE Annual Conference, using event code CM4433. The course access code is CSTE2021. For more details about eligible sessions, available CE, and claiming CE, review the Accreditation Agenda.