Previous ANPA Annual Conferences have addressed health issues in minority populations in the United States and disadvantaged populations in developing countries particularly Nigeria. Over the past 16 years, we have held annual scientific conventions that have brought together health care professional practicing in the United States, Europe, and Africa, and provided an opportunity for interdisciplinary exchange of ideas. The programs of the scientific conventions reflect our mission to eliminate disparities in health and health outcomes, and access to health care services for disadvantaged and underserved populations.
Each convention has had a focused theme that highlights a pressing contemporary issue in public health. Our annual convention continues to be of great value to our membership and other health care professionals by providing them with opportunities to keep abreast of developments in various areas of health care delivery and also offering continuing medical education (CME) credits.
ANPA’s Program Planning Committee is made up of seasoned health care professionals from academia, private practice, and industry. The scientific programs of our conventions have been accredited each year for Category 1 CME credits by Howard University, Washington D.C.