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					   Title X Family Planning National Grantee Meeting
                              August 19-21, 2009
                                 Chicago, IL
Sponsored by:
     U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
     Office of Public Health and Science
     Office of Population Affairs/Office of Family Planning

Coordinated by:
     Cicatelli Associates Inc, the Family Planning National Training Center
Conference Overview:
This conference will provide an opportunity for all Title X grantees to share current
information on a variety of topics that are relevant to the provision of Title X family planning
services.

The intended audience is individuals working in grantee agencies who have decision-
making responsibility for Title X activities. Examples of attendees include directors,
program managers, educators, and/or senior clinical staff at Title X service agencies,
directors or managers of regional and national training centers, other Title X funded
projects, and OPA regional office staff.

This meeting is sponsored by the Office of Population Affairs, Office of Family Planning
(OPA/ OFP) which is the agency that administers the Title X Family Planning Program.
The OPA/ OFP Central and Regional Office staff are the official representatives of the
National Title X Family Planning Program. Cicatelli Associates Inc, as the National
Training Center for Family Planning, is assisting OPA with the planning of this conference.

As a result of attending this conference, participants will be able to:

   -   Review current research and special OPA initiatives re: Title X service delivery
   -   Relate the most current policies and priorities of the US Department of Health and
       Human Services and the Office of Population Affairs to Title X family planning
       projects
   -   Discuss the latest issues related to family planning and reproductive health service
       delivery

CALL FOR POSTERS
The Conference Planning Committee encourages conference participants to highlight their
innovative Title X Programs in a Poster Presentation at the Conference. Suggested Poster
topics include the following categories:
     Outreach to High-risk Populations
     Quality Assurance/ Program Management
     Community Collaborations and Referral Partnerships
     Clinic Efficiency
     Program Evaluation Strategies and Techniques
     New Media Strategies
     Unique/Successful Linkages to Care
     Other innovative topics
Agencies interested in displaying a poster/table presentation should check the appropriate
line on the registration form, and you will be sent an application form. Notification of
acceptance will be sent to applicant agencies no later than July 24, 2009. Information on
poster size and presentation day/time will be sent to authors after posters/table
presentations have been accepted.




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           REGISTRATION AND HOTEL RESERVATION INSTRUCTIONS


Registration Fee:
The fee for attending this three-day conference is $150. The registration fee partially
covers the cost of lunches, reception, breaks and conference materials. Your
registration fee is non-refundable.

Registration Process:
Registration is required for planning purposes. The deadline for registering is
July 10, 2009. To register online, please go to:

                       www.cicatelli.org/NTC/TitleXConference .

To register by mail, please complete the attached registration form and payment for
each conference participant and submit by to:

                                      Dianne Bal
                                Cicatelli Associates Inc.
                             505 Eighth Avenue, 16th Floor
                              New York, NY 10018-6505
                             Tel.: (212) 594-7741 ext. 262
                                   dbal@cicatelli.org


Hotel Reservations:
You can make your hotel reservations directly online or by calling the hotel. Reservations
for the Hyatt Regency Chicago can be made via phone at 1-888- 421-1442. When calling
the hotel, ask for the conference room block. To register online, go to:
                           http://resweb.passkey.com/go/titlex
The room rate is $168 (plus 15.4% state and local taxes, fees and assessments) per night
for a single or double room. The hotel requires a one-night deposit to hold your room.
You must make your hotel reservations by July 10, 2009. If you do not make your
reservations with the Hotel by this deadline, then you will need to find your own alternative
arrangements.

The hotel has a 24-hour cancellation policy prior to the date of arrival. No-shows will be
charged the full room cost for the dates of the reservation.




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                        2009 Title X Grantee Meeting
                          REGISTRATION FORM
                               PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY



Name

Degree/Title

Agency

Address

City, State, Zip

Daytime Telephone Number

Daytime FAX Number

Email

Do you require special assistance?   [ ] No    [ ] Yes     If Yes, please describe:

Do you require vegetarian meals?      [ ] No    [ ] Yes

Are you interested in presenting a poster/table display?    [ ] No    [ ] Yes
      If Yes, we will send you an application form.




Send your completed form and payment by July 10, 2009 to:

                                    Dianne Bal
                             Cicatelli Associates Inc.
                           505 Eighth Avenue, 16th Floor
                            New York, NY 10018-6505
                           Phone: 212.594.7741 ext. 262
                               DBal@cicatelli.org
                                     www.cicatelli.org




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                      OPA/OFP Title X Grantee Meeting
                               August 19-21, 2009, Chicago, IL
                                    DRAFT AGENDA

                             DAY 1: Wednesday August 19, 2009

12:00noon–1:15pm     Lunch

Afternoon:
       Welcome and Opening Remarks
       OPA Update
       OFP Update
       Overview of Title X Statutes, Regulations & Guidelines
       Program Updates:
              1) HIV Integration Project
              2) Male Family Planning Research - Cross Site Evaluation and new
              Cooperative Agreements
              3) National Training Center for Family Planning
              4) National Clinical Training Center
              5) FP Clearinghouse
              6) IPP Update

Early Evening:
       Poster Presentations & Reception


                             DAY 2: Thursday, August 20, 2009

7:30am – 8:30am      Registration and Continental Breakfast

Morning:
      Opening Remarks/Housekeeping
      Disparities in Health Care & Reproductive Health Outcomes
      IOM Title X Evaluation
      FPAR Trends & Establishment of Sentinel FP Clinic Systems
       Research Updates

Afternoon:
       Research Updates continued
       Regional Breakouts
                                     DAY 3: Friday, August 21, 2009

7:30am – 8:30am           Continental Breakfast

Morning:
      Opening Remarks/Housekeeping
      White House Initiatives re: Family Planning
      Healthy People 2020
      Adapting WHO Medical Criteria for Contraceptive Use
      National Survey of Family
      National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

Afternoon:
       Title X Fiscal Requirements
       Title X Clinical Requirements
       Contribution of Title X to Family Planning

End: 4::00 pm




NOTE: Funding for this conference was made possible by a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services, Office of Public Health and Science, Office of Population Affairs/Office of Family Planning. The views
expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect
the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial
practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.




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