2021 Annual Conference and Meeting Registration
March 5-6, 2021
Alabama State University
Best Practices in Providing Quality Education in Allied Health Programs at HBCUs
A common goal of allied health programs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) is to prepare students to excel in the allied health professions by promoting innovative thinkers, caring and engaged learners, and those with an openness to learn and share information. Providing quality allied health education at HBCUs remains a challenge, especially during a pandemic.
Such challenges include improving knowledge of allied health professions, increasing student recruitment and retention rates, providing academic and mental health support, utilizing innovative virtual educational methods, and enhancing student success on licensure and certification examinations. The infrastructure that supports this quality education relies on attracting qualified faculty, alleviating faculty shortages, and the continuing mentorship of new educators as well as potential educators.
We invite you to submit abstracts on evidence-based best practices and techniques for providing quality educational programs in allied health at HBCUs. Consider the more recent challenges and opportunities of Covid-19 and the world pandemic. This conference will enhance the dissemination of information on such practices.
2021 Conference Registration Instructions
Late registrations will be received from February 20 to February 26, 2021 with a late registration fee of $25
Completed registration forms (and checks) should be mailed to:
Dr. Mildred K. Fuller, Treasurer, NSAH,
Norfolk State Univ
700 Park Ave, Unit 2375
Norfolk, Va. 23504.
For Conference information – Email: email@example.com
(subject line: NSAH Conference Inquiry)