KEYS: Keeping Every Youth Safe with Healthy Decisions (Worth the Wait)
Thursday, January 30, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Educators, school nurses, social workers, counselors, parents, SHACs, and healthcare professionals have the power to influence teens to make healthy decisions and seek healthy relationships. Learn how to apply knowledge, motivation, skills, and support to improve coordinated school health and sex education programs at this one-day conference.
(This event also serves as Teacher Training for the Scott & White Worth the Wait sex education program).
10 Habits that Lead to Happier & Healthier Students—AND Schools
Adolescent Wellness & Sexual Health: Medical, Legal, Socioeconomic, & Emotional
Making it Stick: Teaching Strategies that Empower Teens
Patricia J Sulak, MD
Blair Murphy, MPA
For organizations that wish to pay by PO and have an invoice issued, please select "other payment options" and follow the prompts.
For more information, please call 254-724-5858 or email wellnessMD@sw.org.
Can't make the Temple 2014 event? OTHER Locations:
Waco, TX | ESC Region 12 |10/16/13 | 9-4pm
Register online, register.esc12.net, session # 40877
San Antonio, TX | ESC Region 20 | 11/20/13 | 8:30-3:30pm
Register online, esc20.net, Professional Development
Scott & White Healthcare is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Texas Nurses Association, an accredited provider by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. This activity provides up to 7 contact hours.
This offering is approved for .6 CEUs for Social Workers. Scott & White has been awarded provider status by the Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners.
When & Where
Scott & White Worth the Wait (sex education program)
Scott & White Worth the Wait, an adolescent wellness & sexual health program, empowers teens with information necessary to develop healthy habits and relationships. Developed by Patricia J. Sulak, MD, the program has helped thousands of students, parents and communities engage in honest, open, fact-based communication about adolescent wellness and sexual health. To learn more, visit www.worththewait.org.