Crossposted from the Washington School Based Health Alliance
Public Health–Seattle & King County, in partnership with the Washington School Based Health Alliance (WA SBHA), will be hosting our next SBHC Coffee Connections event at 9am on Friday, February 18. Reminder that these sessions are intended for SBHC providers and staff only. If this is you, we hope you can join us and PLEASE REGISTER HERE
As a reminder, this school year we are hosting regular Coffee Connections events for Washington school-based health centers (SBHCs). This series provides an informal platform for SBHC providers and staff to connect with colleagues working across Washington state. Each session will have a guiding topic and some prompts for small group discussion. Mainly though these events will be a time for collective learning, sharing, and networking. We look forward to having you join us on Friday, February 18. Please feel free to invite your SBHC colleagues who may have missed the original invite.
Prompt for this Coffee Connection, meant simply to get the conversation started in small groups: In the past few months, we’ve seen approval of the COVID-19 vaccine for children 5-11, booster shots becoming more widely available for adults and youth, and a new wave of infections and precautions with the Omicron variant. How are you personally living with / adapting to the ongoing uncertainty of the pandemic?