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September 10-13, 2024

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About The National Reproductive Health Conference (NRHC)

The CTC-SRH is proud to present the 12th Annual National Reproductive Health Conference (NRHC) theme: Revolutionizing Care: Shaping the Future of Quality Family Planning.

This year's theme highlights the transformative impact of new developments in reproductive health care. The 2024 NRHC is not only about sharing knowledge but also about influencing the future direction of quality family planning and sexual + reproductive health. The conference will be held 100% in person in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from September 10 - 13.

What is the NRHC? 

The CTC-SRH's annual National Reproductive Health Conference is the only national conference dedicated to Title X clinicians and sexual and reproductive health professionals.


Early Bird Pricing (Until August 4, 2024)

Registration TypeFull Conference Cost
Title X$275
Non-Title X$300
Discount of 10% per registrant if four or more attendees register together with one payment

Pre-Conference Sessions

Registration TypePre-Conference Cost
Pre-conference Title X$80 per session
Pre-conference Non-Title X$95 per session
Discount of 10% per registrant if four or more attendees register together with one payment
Regular Pricing (August 5 - September 9, 2024)
Registration TypeFull Conference
Title X$300
Non-Title X$325
Discount of 10% per registrant if four or more attendees register together with one payment

Late Registration (September 10 - September 13, 2024)
Registration TypeFull Conference
Title X$325
Non-Title X$350
Discount of 10% per registrant if four or more attendees register together with one payment


The Clinical Training Center for Sexual + Reproductive Health (CTC-SRH) is dedicated to enhancing the quality of client care in Title X-funded clinics. We achieve this by sharing evidence-based information and innovative practice strategies to address common challenges and facilitate clinical skill-building. As part of our commitment, we are pleased to offer a limited number of scholarships to cover the in-person full conference registration fee for the 2024 NRHC in Philadelphia, PA, from September 10-13. If you are affiliated with a Title X-funded clinic, we encourage you to apply for this scholarship.

Thank you for your interest in advancing sexual and reproductive health! 

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How can I get involved with NRHC?

We have the following opportunities available:

  • Exhibiting and Industry Sponsors: The NRHC is one of the largest Title X conferences in the nation, specifically focusing on sexual and reproductive health, with an expected attendance of over 800 healthcare professionals. Conference attendees include nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives, physicians, physician assistants, registered nurses, social workers, clinic administrators, and health educators. View the exhibitor prospectus now.
  • Apply to join the NRHC Planning Committee: Each year the NRHC recruits 12-15 volunteers to assist with planning the annual NRHC to provide input and guidance on the evolving training needs of Title X and the sexual and reproductive health field. Participation may include five one-hour calls, session moderating, and reviewing sessions for content and/or CE criteria. Free registration to NRHC is included, applications open for the following year after the conclusion of the NRHC. Applications for the 2024 NRHC Planning Committee are closed. The 2025 Planning Committee application will open shortly after the conclusion of the 2024 NRHC.
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Supported by the Department of Health and Human Services / Office of Population Affairs / Office of Family Planning Grant #1 FPTPA006031-01-00.

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