Sheraton Philadelphia City Center
17th and Race Streets
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Local to Pennsylvania 215-448-2000
National Toll Free 1-866-716-8103
Please refer to The National Conference on African-Americans and AIDS when reserving your room, to receive the official discounted room rate.
2008 NCAAA Room Rates
Cut off for hotel registration at these rates is February 4, 2008. When registering for the hotel, be sure to mention NCAAA to qualify for these special rates. Hotel registrations and cancellations must be made with the hotel, not with conference registration office.
- $132 per night, single or double occupancy + tax
- $152 per night, three people + tax
- $172 per night, four people + tax
- $209 per night, Junior Suite
||2008 National Conference on African-Americans and AIDS Admission Fees
To register for the 2008 National Conference on African-Americans and AIDS
- $110 fee for physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants. $90.00 fee for all other health professionals. Fee includes conference admission, continental breakfast, box lunches on day one and day two, and admission to the day one reception.
- $135.00 fee after February 14,2008 or at the door.
- Partial scholarships are available. Please inquire.
An enrollment confirmation will be sent to each registrant. If you do not receive confirmation,
please call us on our toll-free number at 866-901-6267 or Fax us at 610-285-0331. Enrollment is
limited. Please register early. Onsite registration cannot be guaranteed. If you must cancel, please
call. Cancellations cannot be refunded but you may designate someone to take your place.
- You may register online through our secure website: www.minority-healthcare.com
- Or fax your registration form to 610-285-0331
- Or mail your registration form with your check to:
PO BOX 540
ELLICOTT CITY, MD 21041-0540
and Policy Information:
|CME / CE
Continuing medical education (CME) and nursing continuing education credit (CE) will be provided for this conference.
In conformance with ACCME accepted standards of ethical behavior, NPAI will disclose in writing to participants at the time of presentation the existence of any significant financial or other relationships a faculty member or provider might have with the manufacturers of any commercial products or providers of any commercial services discussed. Any reference to unlabeled or unapproved uses of drugs or devices will also be identified. Every attempt will be made to provide accurate and unbiased information. Discussion or display of specific products does not imply their recommendation, or endorsing by MHCC, ANCC, or NPA, Inc.
||Statement of Need:
Through needs assessment and surveys, literature searches, advisory board suggestions, and previous
conference evaluations, NPAI and MHCC have determined a high level of interest and need for this information to address HIV/AIDS management and issues.
NPAI and MHCC fully comply with the legal requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act rules and regulations. Please notify staff of any specific assistance that may be required three weeks prior to conference.
For Further Information:
For registration and payment issues, please contact NPAI at 866-901-6267 or fax us at 610-285-0331. Visit the 2008 National Conference on African-Americans and AIDS website at www.minority-healthcare.com
To learn more about Ta-coumba Aiken, the artist that created the 2008 Conference painting, which is entitled “Promise”, visit www.decemberdesigns.com. We wish to thank Ms.Del Bey for the use of “Promises”.