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Head to Toe 2011

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To download a PDF of the Head to Toe 2011 program click here.

To request a Certificate of Completion for the 2011 Head to Toe conference, please email H2T@KessJones.com.

Agenda At a Glance

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

8:30 – 12:30 pm

LL1

Managing Asthma Triggers [For school nurses only]

8:30 – 12:30 pm

LL2

Preventing Mental, Emotional and Behavioral Disorders Among Young People: Using the Institute of Medicines Recommendations in Your Community

9:00 – 4:30 pm

School-based Health Center Summit

1:30 – 4:30 pm

LL3

Ethical Self Awareness: Personal Responsibility and Professional Obligation

1:30 – 4:30 pm

LL4

Expanding the Vision: A Systems Approach to School Based Behavioral Health

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

6:30 – 7:00 am

Coffee Walk (Departs from Doubletree Lobby)  

7:00 – 8:00 am

Registration/Breakfast/Visit Exhibits & Posters

8:00 – 9:45 am

OPENING And KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
Dr. Stephen R. SrokaThe Power of One

9:45 – 10:15 am

Break:  Visit Exhibits & Posters

10:15 – 11:35 am

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

#1

Attachment & the Primary School Teacher:  How Community and School Counselors Can Support the Learning Environment

#2

Tools that Work for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

#3

The Heavy Backpack of Grief: Creative Strategies to Support Students Who are Grieving

#4

Adventures in a Caring Community: Experiential Bullying Prevention

#5

Implementing Project SUCCESS

#6

Be the Vitamin that Keeps Kids Going with Just Be It! Healthy Fit

#7

Using Brain Based Learning to Reach, Teach and Protect the Whole Child: 25 Free Strategies to Help You Today

#8

The Asthma Action Plan & Beyond – Asthma Education Programs

#9

Beyond the Basics:  From Child Welfare to Collaborative Systems of Care for Foster Children and Youth

#10

Participatory Education and Experiential Education: Promoting Learning and Engaging Youth

#11

It Was Just a Joke: Cyberbullying, Social Networking and Web Ethics

#12

Know the Rules Before the Rules Know You

11:35 – 12:55 pm

Attendee Lunch
NASBHC Member Lunch (Doubletree)

12:55 – 2:10 pm

PLENARY SESSION
HIV/AIDS 101, a special presentation by students from the United World College

2:10 – 2:40 pm

Break:  Visit Exhibits & Posters

2:40 – 4:00 pm

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

#13

Systems of Care in New Mexico

#14

The Other Side of Special Education: Working with the Gifted Student

#15

Healing Trauma through Nervous System Regulation

#16

Super Allies: How to Support LGBTQ Students

#17

Addressing Teen Dating Violence

#18

Team Nutrition: Join the Team

#19

Applying Patient Centered Medical Home Concepts to School Based Health Centers

#20

The Asthma Action Plan & Beyond – Project ECHO and Collaborative Asthma Case Management

#21

Fostering Healthy Families & Foster Care: Community’s Critical Role

#22

Student-Led Conference & Advisory: Charting a Course of Student Engagement, Academic Success & College & Career Readiness

#23

Go Where the Teens Are! Using Internet and Mobile Technology

#24

Health Education Graduation Requirement: What Does It Mean to You?

Thursday, April 14, 2011

7:30 – 8:00 am

Celebrate “Wellness Month” 1 Mile Walk

7:30 – 8:00 am

Wake-Up to Wellness Sessions (TBD)

7:30 – 8:30 am

Registration/Breakfast/Visit Exhibits & Posters

8:30 – 9:50 am

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

#25

Connecting School Nursing & Behavioral Health

#26

Getting to Outcomes: A Framework for Implementing Evidence Based Strategies

#27

Overcoming Trauma: Prevention, Assessment & Treatment of PTSD in Children & Adolescents in the Schools

#28

School Climate for Sexual Minority Youth: A Survey of New Mexico School Health Professionals

#29

Early Warning Signs of Psychotic Disorders and the Importance of Early Intervention

#30

Height & Weight: Standard Measures to Accomplish an Important Goal

#31

Just Another Website?  Social Marketing Insights from the Trenches

#32

The “Eyes” Have It

#33

Slaying the Dragon: Stress Reduction & Self Care for Busy People

#34

Youth Leadership in Community Coalitions

#35

Risk and Resiliency in the Schools & Communities

#36

Looking In:  Kids Who are Homeless

9:50 – 10:20 am

Break:  Visit Exhibits & Posters

10:20 – 11:40 am

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

#37

A Practical Approach to Understanding Ethical Standards for School Counselors

#38

Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training

#39

Dealing with Stress and Crisis both Personally and Professionally

#40

Inside Out Approach to Bullying Prevention

#41

Getting to Outcomes: A Framework for Implementing Evidence Based Strategies (Repeated Session)

#42

Let’s Walk to School! Using New Mexico Safe Routes to School Strategies to Increase Physical Activity

#43

Understanding the Context of Native Youth Behaviors & Health Disparities: Historical Trauma as a Lens of Understanding

#44

The Primary Care Provider’s Role in Providing Oral Health Screening

#45

School Administrators Embracing School Health Policy & Programs – How to Get them Hooked!

#46

Peer Education: Building Lasting Change One Leader at a Time

#47

Using YRRS Data at the Local Level

#48

Family Leadership Facilitators as Our Advocates

11:40 – 12:45 pm

Lunch

12:45 – 2:00 pm

Keynote Presentation
Anastasia Goodstein
Reaching Out to Totally Wired Teens

2:00 – 2:10 pm

Break: Move to final sessions

2:10 – 3:30 pm

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

#49

Delivering Behavioral Health Services in Managed Care Environment

#50

Communities of Practice: A Grassroots Movement to Improve Student Outcomes

#51

The Importance of Peer Education: Media Effects on Self Esteem

#52

Get in the Action

#53

NMAA Life of an Athlete Alcohol Education Program

#54

Sleepy Teens: Are Teenagers Today Sleep Deprived?

#55

Best Practices and Medicaid

#56

Empowering Kids to Take Charge of their Own Life

#57

Developing Youth Programs Based on Local Data

#58

Should Your District Become a Vaccine for Children Provider?

#59

The Core Drug Endangered Children’s (DEC)Training

3:30 pm

CEU Distribution