Call for Abstracts: 2022 HRSA Bureau of Health Workforce Grantee and Stakeholder Meeting

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is now accepting abstracts from interested grantees and students for its 2022 Bureau of Health Workforce All Grantee and Stakeholder Virtual Meeting. The purpose of the meeting, planned for April 5-6, 2022, is to learn from grantees and trainees about programs, ideas, and research to improve the health workforce. 

Abstracts submitted by interested grantees must conform to the following track topics: COVID-19 Response, Behavioral and Community Health, Provider Resilience and Telehealth, or Health Equity and Diversity. Students participating in HRSA-funded programs are also invited to submit abstracts highlighting their training experiences and scholarly projects made possible by HRSA funding, such as Primary Care Training and Enhancement grants, Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students, and other programs authorized under Title VII of the Public Health Service Act. 

Abstracts must not exceed 500 words, excluding the title, and must be submitted in Microsoft Word format with single spacing and 12-point Arial font. Abstracts must contain a title, description, discussion of evaluation methods, program results, and overview of impact/lessons learned. All abstracts must be submitted to with the subject line “Call for Abstracts” and include the presenter(s) name(s), the name of their institution(s), the primary presenter’s phone number and e-mail address, the pertinent HRSA program, and the conference track applicable to the abstract. 

The deadline for abstract submissions is September 20, with decision notifications anticipated by October 22. Faculty and students with questions about this opportunity are invited to contact Tyler Smith at or HRSA staff at