Student Health Summit 2019
Reaching New Heights in School-Based Health Care
What a great day! The Student Health Summit 2019 drew nearly 200 people from across Washington state invested in student health and school-based health care.
WHEN: Friday, May 3, 2019, 9:00am-4:00pm
WHERE: The Museum of Flight, 9404 East Marginal Way South, Seattle, WA 98108 (link to directions and parking)
AGENDA: The final agenda is here.
SESSION RESOURCES: Slide decks from sessions at the Summit are posted here.
As we know, healthy kids learn better. School-based health care provides a crucial link between health and education, improving outcomes for students in both areas.
Join us for a day of learning, networking, and joining forces to advance school-based health care in Washington state.
The Student Health Summit 2019 is relevant to families, educators, healthcare providers, school-based health center staff, social service organizations, policymakers, funders and other stakeholders invested in the health and education of youth in Washington.
Through partnership with Capital Region ESD 113, the Washington School-Based Health Alliance is offering clock hours for Washington State Educators/Education Staff Associate (ESA) Certificates. To claim these clock hours, you will need to have or create a pdEnroller account and register at https://www.pdenroller.org/esd113/Catalog/Event/87416, sign in legibly at the event, and purchase clock hours within 90 days of the event to avoid late fees. Questions? Contact Tiffany Harmon, Capital Region ESD 113, at 369-464-6700.
Through partnership with Public Health—Seattle & King County, the Washington School-Based Health Alliance is offering social work continuing education units (CEUs) through the National Association of Social Workers. If you are interested in claiming CEUs for the conference, please review the specific requirements of your licensure. To claim these CEUs, you will need to sign in, take a certificate of attendance, and complete the post-conference evaluation. Questions? Contact Kaetlin Miller, Public Health- Seattle & King County, at 206-263-8406.
Many thanks to our event sponsors: