Webinar: Improving adolescent-centered care: Training your (health care) team when you don't have time or resources for training
In this webinar, the University of Michigan – Adolescent Health Initiative will highlight a series of free, pre-packaged mini-trainings they've created called "Sparks." They are designed for providers or staff to deliver in 15-30 minutes at staff meetings or professional development opportunities. Sparks can be facilitated by providers or staff in any role, and they are specifically designed to "spark" discussion and reflection among a multidisciplinary audience. Learn about how to use these trainings to improve youth-centered care. This webinar is part of the AYAH-NRC's Youth Centered Care – Learning Community webinar series.
- January 23, 2018. 1-2 p.m. ET
Audience: public health professionals with a focus on how to collaborate to help health care providers conduct Sparks trainings as part of their clinical quality improvement work. Register here.
- February 1, 2018. 1-2 p.m. ET
Audience: health care providers and clinic staff with focus on how to use Sparks trainings in clinical QI efforts. Register here.
AMCHP 2018 Annual Conference: The Enduring Commitment of MCH to Families and Outcomes
Feb. 10-13, 2018. Arlington, VA
Registration is open for the 2018 AMCHP Annual Conference — the perfect opportunity to connect and network with more than 800 public health officials who share an interest in maternal and child health. Register by Jan. 5 to receive an early bird discount! For additional questions and information, please contact Emma Hoover at email@example.com.
31st Annual Research & Policy Conference on Child, Adolescent, and Young Adult Behavioral Health
March 4-7, 2018. Tampa, FL
The Children's Mental Health Research and Policy Conference is hosted by the Department of Child & Family Studies (CFS) at The University of South Florida. All activities within CFS are closely aligned with USF strategic goals to expand research and scholarly endeavors, expand initiatives to strengthen and sustain healthy communities, and to improve the quality of life for children and families.
SAHM 2018 Annual Meeting: Global Adolescent Health Equity
March 14-17, 2018. Seattle, WA
Diverse multidisciplinary adolescent health professionals from throughout the world will assemble to share, discuss, critique, and generate strategies that ensure that all young people have full and equal access to opportunities that enable them to achieve healthy, productive, and meaningful lives.
2018 Oregon and SW Washington Health Literacy Conference
March 22-23, 2018. Portland, OR
Along with our sponsors and community partners, Legacy Health is proud to host the seventh annual Oregon and SW Washington Health Literacy Conference. As part of Legacy Health's commitment to the communities we serve, this year's conference will focus on better understanding the intersection between health literacy and health equity. Program content will provide an in-depth look at the underlying issues that cause health disparities and inequalities within vulnerable populations.
5th Annual Conference on Adolescent Health
April 23-24, 2018. Ypsilanti, MI
Save the date for our 5th Annual Conference on Adolescent Health! A multidisciplinary audience of adolescent health professionals will gather for two days of research, breakout and plenary sessions, poster presentations, and networking events!
NAMISWP 2018 Annual Conference: Child and Adolescent Mental Health
June 8, 2018. Pittsburg, PA
NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania's Annual Child and Adolescent Mental Health Conference is a day-long event that unifies families, caregivers, and behavioral health professionals who will discuss best practices and new discoveries in youth mental wellness