Crossposted from the National School-Based Health Alliance
2023 Call for Abstracts Now Open!
Deadline: Friday, December 2, 2022
This summer, the School-Based Health Alliance will host small, in-person seminars in place of our annual national convention. The 2023 National School-Based Health Care Conference “Celebrating and Growing the Workforce” will take place June 26-29, 2023, at American University Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C. We invite experts in the school-based health care community and their allies to submit a workshop proposal.
Please consider submitting subject matter expertise in the following categories:
- Primary Care Clinical Skills
- Mental Health and Substance Use Prevention Clinical Skills
- Evaluation, Quality Improvement & Research
- Business/Systems and SBHC Model Innovations
- Oral Health
- Advocacy and Policy
- ‘Be the Change’ Youth Training Program (for youth participants only)
Workshop abstracts should detail training opportunities that appeal to school-based health and education professionals; are relevant to their learning needs; are interactive in presentation strategy; and describe specific skills, expertise, resources, and/or tools that align with and advance the workshop category themes.
All abstracts must be submitted online. Applicants must log into the SBHA website using their username (email address) and password.
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Click here to download a PDF with instructions on how to submit an abstract.
If you experience any technical difficulties while submitting your abstract, please email Alicia Newell.
The School-Based Health Alliance seeks subject matter expertise in seven categories: Primary Care Clinical Skills, Mental Health and Substance Use Prevention Clinical Skills, Evaluation, Quality Improvement, and Research, Business/Systems, and SBHC Model Innovations, Oral Health, Advocacy and Policy, and ‘Be the Change’ Youth Training Program (for youth participants only).
Workshops must be interactive and implement various learning strategies in addition to traditional lecture-discussion, such as learning games, live demonstration, and practice of new skills and techniques, small group exercises, role-playing, case scenarios, action planning, and sharing small group findings with larger groups.
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Learn more and submit your abstract here.