Crossposted from the Washington School-Based Health Alliance
The Washington School-Based Health Alliance (WASBHA) and partners will be offering a number of training and networking opportunities for the school-based health field in Washington during the 2022-2023 school year. Stay tuned for more information and registration details for all of these upcoming events.
WASBHA is partnering with the national School-Based Health Alliance to offer virtual SBHC nuts & bolts trainings on the following topics:
- SBHC 101
- Nuts & Bolts of Sustainability
- National Quality Initiative: Data and Quality Improvement
- Readiness Assessment
- Year One Business Planning
- SBHC Pro Forma–Projecting Budgets
- Marketing for SBHCs
- Youth Development
They are partnering with us here at Public Health-Seattle & King County to offer these additional virtual learning opportunities statewide, including:
- Partnership Workshops with YDEKC (Youth Development Executives of King County)
- SBHC Clinic Coordinator Learning Collaborative
- Several other SBHC professional development opportunities on topics to be determined
Save the date: The Washington State Department of Health will be hosting a webinar on October 18, noon-1:30, on the topic: Partnering with School-Based Health Centers to Improve Care for Patients: a health equity and systems approach. This webinar is intended for clinic providers and staff that serve children, youth and families, including pediatric and family practices, providers and staff; and others who want to learn more about SBHCs and how healthcare providers can partner with SBHCs to improve care for patients, increase health equity, and strengthen the healthcare system for children and youth.
In addition, WASBHA will be hosting several SBHC Coffee Connections events for SBHC providers and staff.
We will share more details about these events, as soon as they become available, in blog posts and future newsletters (sign up for WASBHA’s newsletter here).
Recordings and materials from previous webinars hosted by WASBHA for the school-based health field can be found on their Webinar and Conference Archive webpage.