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Be a part of a viable and sustained solution to improve health outcomes!

The Plantrician Project (TPP), in partnership with Healthy Heart Nation (HHN), is excited to bring you the Health Equity and Lifestyle Project (HELP) conference which will explore health disparities in the African American Community.  

Understanding that where we live, work, play, pray and eat all play a role in positive health outcomes, the HELP conference will bring together a diverse group of clinical experts and researchers to discuss the relationship between stress and food insecurities on health disparities.  

The HELP conference will also converge national leaders in business, faith sector, education, hospital administration, etc. to discuss the role of each sector in building the health of the community. We invite you to come join this conference and be a part of a viable and sustained solution to improve health outcomes.

What you get

IN-PERSON FULL ACCESS to the 2023 Health Equity and Lifestyle Project (HELP) Conference with up to 15 hours of educational content and inspiring discussion

Opportunity to network and collaborate with health, community and faith-based leaders and other experts on health equity

SUNDAY:  Reception and dinner
MONDAY:  Breakfast, lunch and dinner
TUESDAY:  Breakfast and lunch

Up to 15 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credits. CME’s pending. Visit CME page for updated details.

Agenda snapshot

Sunday, March 24, 2024
12:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Registration, Welcome Reception and Opening Dinner / Keynote Address 

Monday, March 25, 2024
8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sessions 2 – 10 

Tuesday, March 26, 2024
8:00 AM – 2:30 PM
Sessions 11 – 14

Large health disparities exist in rural and urban populations in countries around the world.

The evidence is clear that health disparities, due to race or ethnicity, sex, age, disability, geography, and  opportunity to actualize a healthy life. In fact, the most influential social determinate of health is zip code! 

The lifestyle medicine movement needs to be accelerated in communities with the greatest burden of health inequities.

HELP is the first national conference solely focused on increasing the conversation around health disparities, chronic disease, and the role of evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle to dramatically lower rates of chronic disease and establish more equitable and resilient health.

HELP is presented by preeminent experts in healthy lifestyle, health equity and community impact:

Conference Presented In Partnership Between: