USET Best Practices Conference
August 9, 2022 @ 8:30 am - 3:15 pm CDT
SAVE THE DATE!
2022 USET Best Practices Conference
USET Tribal Health Program Support
August 9–11, 2022
We invite you to join us in person or virtually for our fourth annual Best Practices Conference. This year’s theme, Healing through Connection, will bring together USET Tribal Nations and stakeholders from across Indian Country to share their innovative work in public health, healthcare, behavioral health, and more.
Our connections to one another, community, culture, and land have provided healing for centuries. Two years ago, when the COVID-19 pandemic emerged, we turned to our connections to provide us guidance during highly unusual and challenging times. This year’s conference will highlight the resiliency of Tribal Nations and how healing through connection moves us forward.
Tracks will include Tribal Best Practices from:
- Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
- Clinical Practices
- Improving Patient Care Through Data
- Behavioral Health
Who should attend?
Health directors, clinic staff, diabetes coordinators, social services personnel, emergency services personnel, and public health professionals.
1808 West End Avenue
Nashville, TN 37203
Room Rates start at $239/night; USET’s booking link. Make reservation by July 15 for discounted rate.
The Hutton Hotel offers 24-hour valet and self-parking. The USET Best Practices Conference discounted self-parking rate is $25.00.
Located steps away from Nashville’s Music Row, Hutton Hotel immerses guests in the city’s thriving music scene and creative culture. This creative enclave puts you in the center of it all with Analog, an intimate entertainment venue showcasing some of the industry’s most inspired musicians, and the exclusive Writers Studios, which provide a special space for artistic expression. Feeling the energy of the creative spirits who stay here will captivate your imagination while also capturing the energetic vibe of Nashville. Here, you’ll be surrounded by creativity in the making.
- BNA Airport 20 Min.
- Music Row 3 Min.
- Ryman Auditorium 5 Min.
- Broadway Tourist District 5 Min.
- Vanderbilt University 5 Min.
- The Gulch 5 Min.
- Nissan Stadium 11 Min.
- Bridgestone Arena 5 Min.
- Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum 7 Min.
- Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park 8 Min.
- Tennessee Performing Arts Center 8 Min.
- Attendee Guide
- Setting Up Your Profile on the Attendee Website
- Adding to Your Schedule on the Attendee Website
- Open the app in the Google Store
- Open the app in the Apple Store
Once you have downloaded the app, search for the USET Best Practices Conference and download the event to your app.
This conference is a hybrid event. All presentations will be delivered in person in Nashville, TN, and streamed live via Zoom. The first two days will include roughly eight hours of programming from 8:30 am–3:15 pm Central, and the final day will begin at 8:30 am Central and conclude with a closing luncheon session, ending at 1:45 pm Central.
What to Do in Nashville
Creativity is the heart and soul of Nashville, the “Music City,” and there’s never a shortage of inspiring things to do. From music, culture, and the arts to food, sports, and shopping, there is an “only in Nashville” experience waiting for you. Learn about things to do in Nashville.
Based on USET’s COVID-19 Meeting Protocols for USET-sponsored Events, in-person attendees are required to confirm that they are *up-to-date on their COVID-19 vaccines.
*“Up-to-date” means that you have completed your primary series AND received all boosters that you are currently eligible for. If you’ve been vaccinated but it’s not yet time for your booster, you are up to date. However, if you are overdue for your booster, you are no longer up to date.
USET is committed to the overall safety and well-being of all its meeting attendees. Recognizing the ongoing evolving realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, any in-person meeting/event plans will be executed in accordance with recommended public health protocols. As a reminder, the USET Tribal Epidemiology Center (TEC), a recognized public health authority, will ultimately provide USET with guidance and recommendations about any in-person USET meeting/event plans to ensure that our actions are in the best interests of the USET/USET SPF organization, its membership, and meeting attendees. Based on the USET TEC’s decision, it may be required to shift the event from in-person/hybrid to fully virtual and should this action be taken, proper notice will be provided.