IT'S TIME TEXAS SUMMIT
June 15-16, 2015
JW Marriott Austin at 110 E 2nd Street Austin, Texas 78701
The IT’S TIME TEXAS Summit is Texas’ premier health conference. This unique showcase unites health champions from across Texas, and provides attendees with innovative tools, resources, presentations and informational sessions designed to drive engagement in community health.
Workshops at the IT’S TIME TEXAS SUMMIT are divided into the following audience tracks. Learn more about each track by clicking the links below:
More About the Program
The IT’S TIME TEXAS Summit will feature innovative and effective speakers, workshops and an expo focusing on sharing, learning and uniting best practices for improving the health of the community. Receive up to 9.5 Continuing Professional Education credits!
As a health champion, the IT’S TIME TEXAS Summit is your opportunity to unite with Texas’ leaders in schools, businesses, organizations, government and healthcare to network, celebrate successes and learn best practices for community health development and promotion. Each year, more than 500 health champions come together to share, collaborate, and commit to make healthy easier in the Lone Star State. We hope you will join us and get inspired and equipped for the purpose of strengthening health programming in your community.
Registration for the 2015 IT’S TIME TEXAS Summit is open through June 16, 2015.
Standard Registration Rates (May 1st through June 10th):
- General- $150
- K-12 Educators & Nonprofit Employees-$100
About the Keynote Speaker
Ernest Hawk, MD, MPH, is vice president and division head for Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and holds the T. Boone Pickens Distinguished Chair for Early Prevention of Cancer. Additional responsibilities include leadership of the Duncan Family Institute for Cancer Prevention and Risk Assessment, and co-leadership of MD Anderson’s Cancer Prevention and Control Platform which advances community health promotion and cancer control through evidence-based public policy, public and professional education, and community-based service implementation and dissemination. A native of Detroit, MI, Dr. Hawk earned his bachelor’s and medical degrees at Wayne State University and his master of public health degree at Johns Hopkins University. He completed an internal medicine internship and residency at Emory University, a medical oncology clinical fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco and a cancer prevention fellowship at the National Cancer Institute (NCI).Prior to his appointment at MD Anderson in December 2007, Dr. Hawk held several positions at the NCI in Bethesda, MD. He most recently served as director of the Office of Centers, Training and Resources, responsible for the NCI’s cancer centers program, a major translational science program (i.e., the SPORE program), the NCI’s extramural training enterprise, and its extramural disparities portfolio. His prior NCI posts included Chief and medical officer in the Gastrointestinal and Other Cancers Research Group, medical officer in the Chemoprevention Branch, and chair of the Translational Research Working Group.
1. Select the “Register by Check” option and complete the registration.
2. Once your registration is received you will receive an invoice via email.
3. Submit the invoice to the school for the PO to be issued.
4. Have the school mail or email the PO to our finance office.
5. Payment must be received prior to the summit.