Registration for #SFP2023 is now open.

Registration fees

Registration type2023 Early bird (ends August 2)2023 General registration (through October 5)
SFP members$595$695

The early bird registration period ends August 2, 11:59 pm PT/2:59 am ET. Registration closes October 5 at 11:59 pm PT/2:59 am ET. Onsite registration is not available. Individuals who have not registered in advance will not be able to attend the meeting.

Additional costs

The cost of attending the Friday pre-conference workshops is $45. This cost includes breakfast and/or lunch.

Important information

Once you have registered and then cleared security vetting, you will receive a confirmation email with hotel information. You will also be required to complete a check-in process on-site to access your badge and gain entry to the meeting space.

Hotel information

The Annual Meeting hotel information is not public for security reasons. This information will be released to registered attendees cleared by our security vetting procedures. Current members can view it on Society Connect (log-in required).

ADA accommodations

We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals to engage fully. To request an accommodation that would to support your participation in this event contact by Thursday, October 12.

Volunteer opportunities

Volunteers are an invaluable part of making the Annual Meeting a success. Furthermore, it is a fantastic opportunity to hear from leading reproductive health experts, network with a community of providers, researchers, and advocates and meet with industry professionals.

Volunteers are asked to sign up for a shift on one day of the conference for 5-7 hours. As a thank you for your time, you are invited to attend the other days of the conference with free admission. To sign up, complete this form by October 2.

Scholarships for meeting attendance

We are able to provide a limited number of scholarships to attend the Annual Meeting. Priority will be given to first-time attendees and those without institutional support to attend. Applicants must provide a brief personal statement about their interest in attending the Annual Meeting, and applicant selection will be guided by our DEI Vision Statement.

Scholarships fund complimentary conference registration, up to three nights in the conference hotel, travel up to $600, a per diem of $100 per day, a childcare and dependent stipend of $100 per day, and a year-long Society of Family Planning membership for new members.

Members and non-members are welcome to apply.

Scholarships are now closed. We will be making notifications in mid-August.

Application timeline:

  • June 28: applications open
  • July 27, 11:59 pm PT/2:59 am ET: applications due
  • Mid-August: recipients notified
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