2010: Head to Toe 14


Head to Toe 2010

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To download a PDF of the 2010 Head to Toe conference program click here.

Tuesday, April 13

Preconference Sessions

8:30 – 12:20 pm Morning Mini-Conference: Designed for School-based Health Center (SBHC) Coordinators and Clinical Staff
8:30 – 4:00 pm Full Day Focus: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)
1:30 – 4:30 pm Afternoon Learning Lab #1: Motivational Interviewing Training for School NursesAfternoon Learning Lab #2: Full Service Community Schools: Join the Discussion, Create the Movement Afternoon Learning Lab #3: Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care: Strategies for the Busy SBHC Provider
5:30 – 9:00 pm Special event: NM Alliance for School-based Health Care (NMASBHC) annual meeting and 10th anniversary celebration


Wednesday, April 14

8:00 – 9:45 am Opening Ceremony/Keynote PresentationCommunity SchoolsJane Quinn, Assistant Executive Director for Community Schools, Children’s Aid Society
10:15 – 11:30 am Breakout Sessions
On the Front Lines: Your Role in Preventing Suicide [Extended Session]
2. Can Psychotic Disorders be Prevented Through Early Intervention?
3. It Was Just a Joke… Kids, Friendship Ethics and Cyberbullying in the Internet Age
4. TRAUMA FIRST AIDE – as a Classroom Management Tool
5. The Laughter Workshop – How to Put the Science of Laughter to Work for You
6. Vision Screening and Amblyopia Update: 2010
7. What Do I Need to Know when the Child in School has a Tracheostomy Tube?
8. Contraceptive Tool Bag
9. Introduction to Lean Systems Thinking: An Approach for School- Based Health Centers
10. Can You Keep a Secret? Navigating Consent and Confidentiality Laws
11. Young People in Action
12. Transforming a SBHC into a Patient Centered Medical Home
11:30 – 12:40 pm Lunch (Provided)


12:40 – 2:10 pm A Creative Conversation: Moving New Mexico Forward to Full Service Community SchoolsFacilitator: Alice Walker Duff, PhD, Program Executive, The Atlantic Philanthropies
2:30 – 4:00 pm Breakout Sessions
13. On the Front Lines: Your Role in Preventing Suicide- Continued
14. Psychiatric Consultation *Live* for NM School-based Health Center Providers
15. Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral & Treatment with Adolescents in School Settings
16. Somatic Empathy and the Healing of Trauma
17. Under the Adult Radar
18. School Nursing in New Mexico: A Workforce Survey of Needs, Resources and Practices
19. Behind the Treatment Plan – Type 1 Diabetes at School
20. Integration of Navajo Cultural Values in Primary Care Setting
21. Medicaid Presumptive Eligibility/Medicaid On-Site Application Assistance (PE/ MOSAA): Hands-on Refresher
22. Can You Keep a Secret? Navigating Consent and Confidentiality Laws [REPEAT]
23. Positive Youth Development and Adultism: Simple Strategies for Creating Positive Youth Interactions
24. HIV/AIDS 101


Thursday, April 14

8:00 – 9:15 am Breakout Sessions
25. Resilient Youth: The Resiliency Corps Model
26. Caring for the Caregiver [Extended Session]
27. Staying Safe in an Online World
28. Psychoeducational Groups: Empowering Students & Families to Expand Their Support Network [Extended Session]
29. Interactive Drug Education: Best Practices Can be Fun
30. Vaccines, Epidemics and Influenza
31. Obesity/BMI
32. Adolescent Sexuality, STDs, and HIV: Still “Under the Covers”
33. Real Conversations on Worksite Wellness
34. Family Engagement: Involving Families in Their Children’s Health Care
35. Social Emotional Learning: Do What Works and Do More of It
36. The Maze of LIFE


9:15 – 9:35 am Break/Visit Exhibits
9:35 – 10:50 am Breakout Sessions
   37. Using the Strategic Prevention Framework to Address the Behavioral Health Needs of School-Aged Youth in a Native American Community
38. Caring for the Caregiver, Continued
39. Risk and Resiliency in the Schools and Communities
40. Psychoeducational Groups: Empowering Students & Families to Expand Their Support Network, Continued
41. Tobacco and Our Children
42. The Oral Health Status of New Mexico’s Third Grade Children
43. Together We Can! Create an Environment Where Physical Activity & Nutrition Are the Norm
44. Assessing Asthma Severity and Control
45. The Courage to Serve
46. If it Bleeds it Leads
47. Project M: Building Youth Competencies
48. Preventing Underage Drinking: School and Communities Working Together


10:50 – 11:10 am Break/Visit Exhibits
11:10 -12:10 pm Keynote Presentation: Living a LegacyLTC (Ret) Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch, Founder, Educational Achievement Services
12:10 – 1:45 pm Lunch (Provided)/Visit Exhibits
1:45 – 3:00 pm Breakout Sessions
49. Trauma at the Center: A Case Study in Trauma-Informed Schools as an Innovation in Youth Suicide Prevention
50. United States-Mexico Borderland Teens: Developing Multicultural Understanding and Related Health Practices/Interventions
51. Staying Safe in an Online World [REPEAT]
52. TRAUMA FIRST AIDE – as a Classroom Management Tool [REPEAT]
53. Methamphetamine Awareness
54. How to Keep the “Energizer Bunny” in the School Nurse Going: Dealing with Increasing Populations of Students with Physical and Mental Disabilities
55. Integration: The Key to Success for Full Service Community Schools
56. The Non-Prescriber’s Guide to Child/Adolescent Psychopharmacology
57. Find YOUR Play!
58. We Have the Data, What’s Next ?
59. “EAT- Everyone’s At the Table” Students Working with Communities to Create Sustainable Solutions for Hunger
60. Know the Rules Before the Rules Know You
3:00 pm CEU Distribution in the Ballroom (No early dismissal)