Eliminate Tobacco Use Annual Conference
The first two Eliminate Tobacco Use Summits were held in February 2016 and April 2017 with over 120 participants, representing all 14 University of Texas (UT) institutions, Texas Tech Health Science Center, Texas A&M, Texas Christian University, Texas State University and the University of California. The Summit helped to establish a baseline of current tobacco control policies, prevention education activities and cessation services, as well as cross-collaborative projects offered at each campus.
Healthier Texas Summit 2018
October 25-26, 2018
The University of Texas System is partnering with the non-profit organization IT’S TIME TEXAS to host Healthier Texas Summit 2018, our second annual statewide conference dedicated to rapidly reducing the burden of preventable chronic disease in Texas. Visit the Summit website for more information and to sign up for updates on the Summit.
TCHMB Annual Conference
November 29-30, 2018
An education conference expand the knowledge and skills for perinatal health professionals. This year's conference will focus on maternal health, with a specific focus on maternal mortality and morbidity. Subscribe to the TCHMB newsletter for updates.
2018 TCHMB Care Coordination Conference
On January 22 – 23, 2018, the Texas Collaborative for Healthy Mothers and Babies (TCHMB) facilitated a two-day conference at the AT&T Conference Center in Austin, Texas. The conference was titled: “Obstetrical and Neonatal Care Coordination Related to Infectious Diseases in Pregnancy." Top clinical and social services experts from around the state worked to identify gaps, best practices, and opportunities within the current system.
Healthier Texas Summit 2017
The inaugural Healthier Texas Summit drew more than 900 health champions from around the state. Visit the Summit website for information, downloads, and more.
Healthy Beginnings 2016
Annual Conference of the Texas Collaborative for Healthy Mothers and Babies
November 15-16, 2016
An educational conference to expand the knowledge and skills for perinatal health professionals to identify opportunities for quality improvement (QI), plan and implement QI initiatives, and advance evidence-based practices at institutional, community, and state levels.