About the Conference
The North American Refugee Health Conference is recognized as the preeminent conference destination for healthcare and resettlement professionals working with refugee populations. This three day conference focuses on issues that are relevant to the emerging field of refugee healthcare. Attendees have the opportunity to learn about best practices, increase their levels of cultural competency, connect with like-minded professionals, reflect on the challenges and successes of the work they do, and develop a network of colleagues who are making a difference in their communities. The conference takes place in June each year and alternates between the United States and Canada.
The NARHC will be accredited for Continuing Medical Education through the AMA (MD, DO, PA), ANCC (RN, APRN), ACPE (Pharmacist) APA (Psychologist), and NASW (Social Worker). We are currently working with our CME provider and will issue an official accreditation statement in October 2019.
Society members get a $100 discount on NARHC registration: Join the Society
June 4-6, 2020
Huntington Convention Center
300 Lakeside Ave E
Cleveland, OH 44113
Special Pre-Conference – June 3, 2020
There will be a special full day pre-conference on June 3rd: Forensic Evaluation of Asylum Seekers. This full day of comprehensive training will be led by Dr. Katherine McKenzie, Director, Yale Center for Asylum Medicine, and will include a faculty of experts in the field. There is no charge to attend the pre-conference, but you will need to sign up at the time you register. Space is limited and attendee slots will be on a first come/first serve basis.
Registration fees include admission to all three days; June 3rd pre-conference (if chosen); conference materials; food, and entertainment.
$450 (USD) – General Registration
$350 (USD) – Students
Society members get a $100 discount on NARHC registration
All presentations from the US conferences are available on the “member only” portion of our website.