National TB Conference
Date: February 24-27, 2016
Location: Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, Denver, Colorado
Registration and Conference Website Now Open
The 2016 TB Conference will be unique in many ways! Plan now to attend so you can be a part of the exciting changes underway.
The conference will be in Denver, Colorado and not in Atlanta as it has been for many years! See what Denver has to offer at Let’s Go Denver. The conference will take place in the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel.
An overflow hotel has been identified, the Hyatt Place and Hyatt House Denver/Downtown. The conference room rate is $164 per night and includes breakfast and guest room internet. This negotiated price is less than the government rate. Here’s information to book a room at the overflow hotel:
Address: 440 14th Street, Denver, Colorado, USA, 80202
Phone: 1 (888) 591-1234
Group Name: International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease
Group Code: G-IUAT
For reservations, please call the number above or click one of the links below:
Hyatt Place Denver Downtown 2016TBConference Booking Link
Hyatt House Denver Downtown 2016TBConference Booking Link
NTCA is partnering with the UNION-North America Region in 2016! Both organizations are attempting to blend the best practices of two long-standing conference traditions. From NAR, we will be including oral poster presentations at the conclusion of each plenary, giving greater visibility to the work done at the international, national and local levels. In addition, we will have a dedicated poster session, complete with discussion groups led by NAR and NTCA leaders.
A TB Survivor is organizing the 2016 TB Survivor Training! One of the 2015 TB Ambassadors has assumed this leadership role and we are thrilled as this effort will be most successful emerging from those with stories! NTCA is partnering with Stop TB USA and RESULTS to provide the training but you are the mechanism to identify those who might be candidates for the training. Consider nominating someone for this unique opportunity. For details, refer to the TB Survivor Training Announcement.