Contraceptive Leadership Summit

The Contraceptive Leadership Summit 

Join Fact Forward and other healthcare professionals for a summit designed to give insight into ways communities can improve the access and distribution of evidence-based contraceptive and reproductive healthcare services to young people while promoting innovative ideas and knowledge sharing. In addition to peer learning, attendees will have opportunities to network and share professional challenges and successes. 

CMEs and General CEUs available. Travel assistance for lodging is available for South Carolina residents. 

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Registration EXTENDED! Register by by October 21, 2022

Cost: $40 early bird (ended October 1), $75 general admission, $250 exhibitor
When: October 28 - 29, 2022
Where: Myrtle Beach Marriott Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes
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Travel Assistance Policy 

Questions? Contact or 803.771.7700. 

Friday Night at the ER

Pre-Conference Session

Get more out of your Contraceptive Leadership Summit experience by signing up for the pre-conference session! Friday Night at the ER challenges teams to manage a hospital during a simulated 24-hour period; the simulation experience is designed to resemble any organization! Join our pre-conference session and be prepared to move from silo thinking to systems thinking and improve your organization’s performance.

Fact Forward’s Safety Policy and Commitment

As of August 2022, Fact Forward has updated its COVID-19 policy. The policy has been modified to:

  1. Fact Forward strongly encourages masking at gatherings & events
  2. Event guests are only required to test if they are symptomatic or have been exposed to someone testing positive for COVID-19

If there are any questions about the COVID-19 policy, contact

One great reason to attend...

Peer Learning

“This conference allows everyone to focus on how their practice can improve or transform their service delivery for contraceptive care. It energizes the participants to try new things and hear what great things are happening across the state related to contraceptive access."

-Dr. Rena Dixon, Director of Health Services