Posts Tagged ‘2015 Convention’

Trauma-Informed Schools: Sanctuaries for Resilience amidst Chronic Toxicity

April 30, 2015

By John Schlitt, President, School-Based Health Alliance A fledgling movement is growing in communities across the country to tackle the negative effects of unremitting stress and trauma before they take hold in children and adolescents. And schools are ground zero for bold experimentation. Galvanized by compelling—and alarming—data from the...

A Celebration of School-Based Health Care: Roaring Through the Decades

March 26, 2015

Registration is open for the 2015 National School-Based Health Care Convention! We hope you will join us in Austin, Texas, June 16 – 19 for three days of networking, learning, and fun. We are excited to partner with the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on School Health (AAP COSH)...

Help Us Build the Future Leaders of the School-Based Health Care Movement

December 18, 2014

By John Schlitt, President, School-Based Health Alliance For 20 years, the School-Based Health Alliance and our supporters have worked hard to expand the school-based health care field and strengthen existing centers. That’s why we’re so excited about the upcoming launch of our School Health Leadership Fellows Program, which will...

What’s New in 2015

October 9, 2014

The 2015 National School-Based Health Care Convention marks the 20th anniversary of the School-Based Health Alliance. This year, we’re shaking things up a bit, beginning with our workshops. We are currently accepting abstracts for workshops in one of five exciting categories, beginning with clinical skills. We heard you in...