SBHA launches the 2022 Census of SBHCs

Crossposted from the National School-Based Health Alliance The School-Based Health Alliance (SBHA), in partnership with researchers from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), invites the entire school-based health care field to complete the 2022 Census of SBHCs! The information will provide us with the most accurate picture of the current status of SBHCs across…

It Starts with You(th): SBHA Youth Participatory Action Research

In an effort to highlight new and creative ways school-based health staff are engaging youth in conversations around health and well-being, we are starting a series called It Starts with You(th). Crossposted from the National School Based Health Alliance The National School-Based Health Alliance Youth Advisory Council is conducting a survey on self-efficacy as a part…

National School-Based Health Care Conference (virtual) June 27-30: Registration is Open

Crossposted from the Washington School Based Health Alliance Join the School-Based Health Alliance for its annual conference, “Achieving Health Equity Through School-Based Health Care,” June 27-30, 2022. This year’s conference is presented virtually. The opening session begins June 27, 2022, at noon ET. In addition to the keynote speakers, this conference will feature workshops with experts on a…

2022 National School-Based Health Care Conference – Call for Abstracts

Crossposted from the National School-Based Health Alliance Call for Abstracts Now Open! The School-Based Health Alliance is looking for experts in the school-based health care community to submit workshop proposals for the 2022 National School-Based Health Care Conference, “Achieving Health Equity Through School-Based Health Care,” June 27-30, 2022. Please consider submitting your work within the…

National Survey & Quality Counts Progress Updates

Crossposted from National School-Based Health Alliance Complete your survey to take advantage of the prizes! For details, see below: National Survey & Quality Counts Progress Updates   Dear colleagues, We are incredibly grateful for our partners who have already completed the National Survey & Quality Counts! We need a representative sample of all SBHCs, by…