AAHB 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting

“The Science of Health Behaviors in Times of Crises"

March 13-16, 2022 - Baker's Cay - Key Largo, Florida

This year's meeting theme is The Science of Health Behaviors in Times of Crises. Between the COVID-19 pandemic, weather disasters across the globe, civil unrest triggered by the deaths of Black men (e.g., George Floyd), and the current Afghanistan crisis, the people, organizations and nations of this world are responding and behaving in ways unlike ever before, particularly in terms of health, economics, social relations, policy, and much more. It has never been more important to explore and understand the ways crises are felt at every level, and how they impact the health and well-being of individuals and communities.

AAHB will be following the most current CDC recommendations for gatherings and will be requiring all attendees & speakers to be fully vaccinated for Covid-19.

  • All participants attending the Annual Meeting must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 to participate.
  • Facial mask wearing is required for all activities at the Annual Meeting.

Verifying your Covid-19 Vaccination Status:

  1. Show an official CDC vaccination card and government-issued ID. A copy or photo of the vaccination card is acceptable.
  2. Show an electronic vaccination card via the CLEAR app. If you choose this method, you only need to set up a Digital Vaccine Card, not the full Health Pass. Get started by downloading the app on iOS or Android.

Upon arrival at Baker's Cay Resort, attendees will show their vaccination status at the conference registration table and receive an identification sticker for their meeting badge.  This sticker must be on your badge to access meeting activities.

There will be no exceptions to this vaccination policy.  Please bring facial masks, as this is required for all conference proceedings.

We are committed to doing everything in our power to provide the safest in-person environment and experience. We will provide appropriate physical distancing in meeting rooms and hand sanitizer throughout the meeting venue.

We will continue to follow the science and monitor federal, state and local guidelines and adjust our policies as needed to ensure a safe and comfortable meeting for all attendees

Thank you for being an important part of the health behavior research community and coming together at this particularly critical time.

CDC Gatherings Recommendations:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/gatherings.html

CDC Travel Recommendations:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/index.html

Joanne Sommers, M.Ed.,CHES®
Executive Director 
Phone: (419) 760-6020
Email:  aahb.jsommer@gmail.com

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