NHCA 2021 Virtual Conference has ended
Welcome to the 2021 NHCA Virtual Conference Schedule, below you will find the schedule listed with 3 types of education sessions, Live Platform, Pre-recorded Platform and E-Poster Sessions. They will all be delivered a little differently so please take a little time to read the descriptions and understand how the conference will be laid out.

  • Live Platforms: NHCA is offering 7 live sessions with interactive Q&A and chat features over the two days of the live conference. If you are not able to watch these sessions live they will be recorded and playback will be available until March 19, 2021
  • ON DEMAND Pre-Recorded Platforms: There will be 28 pre-recorded sessions that will be released on the first day of the conference, these will be available to watch at your leisure and will be available until March 19, 2021. PLEASE NOTE: They are available longer than the 1-5 pm time on the schedule but we are not able to program them in like that!
  • ON DEMAND E-Poster Sessions: There will be 8 E-Poster sessions available to watch, each session is 15 minutes long and worth a quarter of a credit, in order to receive a full hour you will need to watch 4 poster sessions all the way through and complete and evaluation. These will be available as pre-recordings and will be available from the start of the conference until March 19, 2021
This means you have the opportunity for up to 19.0 CE credits at this years conference! (See ASHA AND AAA Brand Blocks below)

If you are trying to login to the learning center to attend the conference, please CLICK HERE to go to the Learning Center, this is just a digital agenda!
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Richard Neitzal

University of Michigan (UM) School of Public Healt
Rick Neitzel, PhD, CIH, FAIHA is an Associate Professor of Environmental Health Sciences at the University of Michigan (UM) School of Public Health. He is also an Associate Professor of Global Public Health and Associate Director of the UM Office of Global Public Health. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed manuscripts focused on exposures to, and impacts of, noise and other occupational and environmental hazards. He is particularly interested in incorporating new methodologies and exposure sensing technologies into research, and has a strong interest in translating his research findings into occupational and public health practice. He has created a job-exposure matrix for occupational noise exposures in the U.S. and Canada, available at http://noisejem.sph.umich.edu/. He serves as Chair of the ACGIH® Threshold Limit Values for Physical Agents (TLV®-PA) Committee, is a Fellow of the American Industrial Hygiene Association, and has been a Certified Industrial Hygienist since 2003.