Posts Tagged ‘Seattle’

Workshop: School-Based Oral Health: When the Grant Runs Out…We Don’t!

June 3, 2014

We hope you will join us for our presentation, “School-Based Oral Health: When the Grant Runs Out….We Don’t!” an insider’s look at what works in school-based oral health programs. Oral Health America (OHA) is uniquely qualified to lead this discussion as our organization connects communities with resources to improve...

Workshop: How Collaborative Efforts Initiated Birth Control in Denver Public Schools

June 2, 2014

By Kari Kuka, MS, CHES Have you been hitting your head against the wall trying to convince your local school district, principals, and parents to dispense condoms and contraception? Are you tired of diagnosing and treating chlamydia but can’t give out condoms to prevent it? Join us in learning how...

Workshop: Flipping the Clinic: Building Patient-Centered Capacity through Expanded Health Literacy

May 30, 2014

By Parrish Ravelli Since its inception, Salman Khan and The Khan Academy have been transforming the educational system by Flipping The Classroom. This happens through two simple concepts: lectures happen at home, work happens at school individualized educational plans for everyone Students are learning from other students while developing...

Explore Seattle with Our Mobile App

May 29, 2014

We have added a few site-seeing ideas to the City Map in our convention mobile app, including: The Space Needle Pike Place Market Seattle Great Wheel Click here to go to a web-browser version of the app, or visit www.sbh4all.org/convention to find links to the mobile app in the...

Innovative Workshops: Behavioral Health

May 29, 2014

The 2014 convention features dozens of workshops on a variety of cutting-edge, innovative topics. One of this year’s tracks focus on providing behavioral health care in schools. Attendees will learn about using technology to monitor outcomes, teleconferencing services, reducing trauma from adverse childhood experiences, treating mental illness and substance...

School-Based Health Center Seattle Site Visit: 40 Years and Running

May 27, 2014

Attendees at the 2014 convention have the opportunity to take a tour of the Madison School-Based Health Center (SBHC), which has served its community for 40 years! This year’s site visit is sponsored by NeighborCare Health. Located on-site at Madison Middle School, the Madison SBHC was founded in 1998,...

Seattle School-Based Health Center Site Visit: 40 Years and Running

May 27, 2014

Attendees at the 2014 convention have the opportunity to take a tour of the Madison School-Based Health Center (SBHC), which has served its community for 40 years! This year’s site visit is sponsored by NeighboreCare Health. Located on-site at Madison Middle School, the Madison SBHC was founded in 1998,...

Workshop: Virtual Obesity Collaborative for School-Based Health Centers

May 21, 2014

By Bonnie Gance-Cleveland, PhD, RNC, PNP, FAAN Here is an opportunity to learn about a virtual obesity collaborative that consisted of web-based training, virtual collaborative, written and video resources, and monthly conference calls to enhance care for the prevention and treatment of childhood obesity. 24 SBHCs in AZ, CO, NC,...

Workshop: The Evolution of Electronic Information Management for School-Based Oral Health Programs in West Virginia.

May 21, 2014

By Bobbi Jo Muto, RDH, BS, MPH Join Stephanie Montgomery and Bobbi Jo Muto, from Marshall University School of Medicine, as they give you a guided tour through the evolution of the West Virginia school-based oral health data collection system. This system for tracking school-based services is modeled after the popular...

2014’s National Convention Welcome Blog

May 21, 2014

Welcome to our 2014 National Convention Blog! Our blog is the perfect place to stay informed about the convention and to connect with fellow attendees. Can’t make it to Seattle, Washington for the conference? No worries, you can follow along here. Our youth advisory council, exhibitors, and workshops will be...