About 40 people from across Washington joined our SBHC Community of Practice call today on the topic of Consent & Confidentiality in School-Based Health Care. Thank you to our presenters Sara Rigel, Public Health–Seattle & King County School-Based Partnerships Program, and Janet Cady, Neighborcare Health!
Access here the recording of the call, or the PowerPoint slide deck with live links to resources at the end.
Neighborcare Health Presents is a series of community conversations that bring together industry experts, policy makers, partners, and community members to discuss the impact health care has on the social issues facing our community.
This year’s topic is focused on school-based health centers (SBHC) and how providing care inside schools can better serve students and increase graduation rates. Speakers will address current funding models, discuss health outcomes, and more broadly address why school-based health centers are important to our community.
Who should attend?
This forum will cover information, strategy, data, and patient stories from experts who understand the important role school-based health centers play in closing the opportunity gap and improving health outcomes for children. Policy makers, partners, and community members are encouraged to attend to learn how we can work together to provide better care in our schools to make our community healthier and stronger.
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
8:30- 9 am Registration and Check-In
9- 11 am Discussion and Q&A
The Panoramic Room at Pacific Tower
1200 12th Ave S, Suite 801
Seattle WA 98144
For additional details and to register for the event, go here.
Consent & Confidentiality in School-Based Health Care
Washington SBHC Community of Practice Call
When: Wed, November 13, 9:00-10:30am
With a number of new school-based health centers opening across the state this fall, and questions rolling in about how to navigate consent and confidentiality, we thought it would be helpful and timely to revisit this topic in a community of practice call.
We will lay the foundation with an overview presentation and allow plenty of time for Q&A.
If you’d like to join the conversation, please email Sandy Lennon, and you will receive a calendar invite with call-in details.
The 2020 National School-Based Health Care Convention will be held June 23-25 at the Sheraton Denver Downtown in Denver, Colorado.
Join the School-Based Health Alliance, the Colorado Association for School-Based Health Care, and your peers from around the nation for three days of engaging workshops, networking, and fun! The theme for the meeting is “School-Based Health Care: Elevating a School Climate of Health and Safety.” Read more here.
The Convention call for abstracts is now open, with proposals due Monday, November 4, 2019. Read more here.
Cross-posted from the King County School Health blog:
Mental Health Supports for Students: Cognitive-Behavioral Skill Building for Adults in Schools
Locations: Bremerton (ESD 114) and Pasco (ESD 123)
Dates: September 12-13 (Bremerton); September 25-26 (Pasco)
Apply to attend: