National School-Based Health Care Convention

Convention registration will open on March 1. Register before May 9 to receive special early bird discounts!

With the help of Hoosier friends and allies, we’re bringing the 2018 National School-Based Health Care Convention to Indianapolis, Indiana on June 24-27.  The theme for this year’s meeting is “Fueling Your Growth in Confidence, Competence, and Vision.”

As the premier national gathering for our field, the convention is a fantastic opportunity to connect with hundreds of fellow school-based health care professionals and advocates from across the nation. More than 3,000 school-based health centers nationwide are delivering integrated, patient-centered care, screenings for conditions like obesity and depression, and preventive services—all with a special focus on vulnerable children and adolescents. Convention attendees will also explore new ways health centers are serving their schools and their communities by promoting wellness and health equity.

Interested in sponsoring or exhibiting? Please download the 2018 Exhibitor Prospectus here.

Conference Fees

Early Bird (Before May 9)

General Registration (Non-Member): $660
Presenter Registration (Non-Member): $600
Student Registration (Non-Member): $480

General Registration (Member): $550
Presenter Registration (Member): $500
Student Registration (Member): $400

Registration Rates (After May 9)

General Registration (Non-Member): $720
Presenter Registration (Non-Member): $660
Student Registration (Non-Member): $490

General Registration (Member): $600
Presenter Registration (Member): $550
Student Registration (Member): $425

Hotel Information

JW Marriott Indianapolis
10 S West Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

 

Want even more proof that our convention is worth attending? Just check out what some attendees had to say about their experience at last year’s convention in Long Beach, CA!

“Great organization. Great location and food. Excellent energy and the app was amazing. I loved how easy it was to figure everything out. Also loved the hotel and access to Long Beach.”

“[I loved] networking with people from our nation, but also having time to collaborate and learn with people from our own state. Gaining simple ideas to create a healthy partnership between the SBHC and our school.”

“The keynote speakers were powerful and inspiring. My team left the conference energized to tackle our challenges back home!”

“I have always appreciated the variety of topics offered within various tracks and how the focus of the tracks changes each year with the needs of school health. And of course, the ACE plenary was amazing!”

“It was a good opportunity to learn from others and to be refreshed by learning useful information and being surrounded by passionate and knowledgeable peers.”

“[I enjoyed] the variety of sessions offered. There were an incredible amount of intriguing and inspiring presenters.”

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