SHIP Conference

Have you registered for this outstanding school health conference?
You can earn up to 20 hours of continuing education hours!
Early Bird Rate Ends June 30th
The 2018 School Health Interdisciplinary Program (SHIP), Health Education: Social Determinants of a Thriving Student, will take place on August 1-2, 2018, at the Red Lion North Hotel in Timonium, Maryland.
On Tuesday, July 31, 2018, there will be several pre-conference sessions for you to select and attend. Reserve your seat as space is limited for these sessions!
  • Annual School Health Interdisciplinary Program ($125)
  • Preconference Youth Mental Health First Aid Certification Training (complimentary)
  • Preconference Intensive Skills Training for School Nurses ($50)
  • Preconference Mental Health Professional Clinical Sessions: Ethics and Supervision ($50)
The early bird conference fee is $125. Register today for all three days of training for $150.
For the Youth Mental Health First Aid training, use the promotional code YMHFA to register.
Make your overnight hotel reservations today for the low cost of $103/per night.  You can call 410-252-7373 to book your SHIP room within the block of guest rooms.
You can also contact Christina Huntley, 410-706-0980, if you would like to exhibit chuntley@som.umaryland.edu.
We hope to see you at SHIP!

Contact information:
Sylvia McCree-Huntley, EdD
Center for School Mental Health
University of Maryland School of Medicine

737 West Lombard Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-706-0981 (office)
410-977-4454 (cell)
schoolmentalhealth.org

Partner Build Grow Webinar

 

Webinar: Partner Build Grow: Sustainability Approaches for Wellness Programming

Date: Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

Time:3:00pm – 4:00pm EST

Please join the Center for Health and Health Care in Schools to learn about their updated, online tool kit, Partner Build Grow: An Action Guide for Sustaining Child Development and Prevention Approaches.

The Action Guide provides school and community leaders with tools to develop and sustain school-connected initiatives that promote students’ physical and mental health, social-emotional development, and educational success.

The webinar will feature several communities that have successfully implemented school-connected initiatives to provide for their student’s behavioral and mental wellbeing.
Presenters will include:
  • Olga Acosta Price, PhD, Director of the Center for Health and Health Care in Schools and Associate Professor at the Milken Institute School of Public Health and the George Washington University
  • Linda Sheriff, M.Ed., Deputy Director of the Center for Health and Health Care in Schools
  • Jake Troja, Director of School Climate Transformation for Des Moines Public Schools
  • Monica Battle, Principal of College Hill Fundamental Academy

To register for this free event, click here!