The Washington School-Based Health Alliance will be hosting a Zoom conference call to share experiences and lessons learned in school-based health center (SBHC) planning & start-up. A panel representing several Washington SBHC sponsors from across the state will share their experience followed by Q&A.
WHEN: Wednesday, February 27, 2019, 9:00-10:30am
If you are interested in joining this call, please let Sandy Lennon know by emailing email@example.com. A calendar invitation with Zoom link will be sent the week prior.
Participant space is limited. If you have multiple people per organization interested in joining, consider joining the call together through one phone or computer if possible.
Save the Date!
The Washington School-Based Health Alliance will be hosting a full-day
school-based health center conference for Washington state
Friday, May 3, 2019
The Museum of Flight, Seattle
Stay tuned. More information to come!
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction would like to invite you to the 2019 Student Support Conference. This year’s theme is Better Together: Collaboration, Coordination, and Compassion. The conference is May 23-24 at the Wenatchee Convention Center. Registration is now live.
We are soliciting innovative and inspiring breakout sessions for the conference and invite you to consider presenting by responding to this online call for presenters. Proposals can be submitted through January 31, 2019. The conference offers a diverse array of presenters and perspectives focused on whole-child approaches specifically geared for K-12 educators and their community partners who work closely with schools. Foundational themes include strength-based, culturally relevant practices and strategies to foster resilience that enhances the social, emotional, physical, and behavioral health of students and staff. We hope you can join us.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is recruiting primary care pediatric practices and school-based health centers to participate in a 7-month learning collaborative. Improving Capacity to Reduce Sexually Transmitted infections (STIs) among Adolescents 2.0 (I CaRe QI 2.0) is an initiative to improve adolescent health care and increase Chlamydia screening in the pediatric clinical care setting. For those interested, one Collaborative will offer a special focus on creating a more LGBTQ-friendly practice environment. For more information and to apply, see flyer here. Applications are due by December 10.
Adolescent Health ECHO (Winter 2019): Apply Today!
Want to improve the adolescent-friendliness of your health center, and provide better care to adolescent patients? Are you interested in virtually working with and learning from other community health centers and federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) across the country? If you’re a primary care or behavioral health provider, clinic nurse, medical assistant, or health educator and answered yes to these questions, register for the Adolescent Health ECHO today! See flyer for details and apply by this Friday, November 16.