YTH Live: the youth + tech + health conference

YTH Live 2018

Join us for YTH Live (hashtag #ythlive) from April 26–28, 2015 at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco.

YTH Live is the premier conference for trailblazing technology advancing the health and wellness of youth, young adults and other underserved populations.

Each year, the brightest minds in youth advocacy, health, and technology gather at YTH Live to showcase what works, share ideas and learnings, and launch new collaborations. Over 600 intergenerational attendees are expected in 2015, with a global audience of more than 2,000 participating online.

Come to YTH Live to find out what’s new, what’s happening right now, and what’s next in the field of youth health tech. Connect with the vibrant thinkers, makers, and doers in the YTH Live community and take what you learn to improve the lives of the youth you serve and support.
Who should attend?

Are you longing to learn and share with the foremost thinkers and catalysts engaged in building a healthier future for the next generation? If so, YTH Live is for you.

Attendees include individuals and organizations running the most innovative and effective health programs serving youth and young adults. You’ll meet technology experts, social entrepreneurs, health professionals, researchers, educators, government representatives, pop culture influencers, developers, philanthropists, youth advocates, and others.

A uniquely collaborative forum, YTH Live provides attendees with knowledge exchange, training, and networking opportunities across disciplines. +Register today
Important dates

Abstract submissions due: November 7, 2014
Early bird registration discount ends: Jan 5, 2015 +Get your ticket
Abstract acceptance notifications sent: December 9, 2014
YTH Live begins: April 26, 2015

NEXT is a mobile responsive website to facilitate access to preventive services, including STD prevention, sexual health resources, and other social services for youth exiting supervised care systems (YESCS) like foster care and/or the juvenile justice system.
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