School Health Interdisciplinary Program
The School Health Interdisciplinary Program (SHIP), was be held August 1-2, 2018 at the Red Lion North Hotel (previously Radisson Hotel North), 2004 Greenspring Drive in Timonium, MD. The conference theme is: Heath and Education: Social Determinants of a Thriving Student.
The School Health Interdisciplinary Program (SHIP) was sponsored by the Center for School Mental Health (CSMH), Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE), Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH), Department of Juvenile Services (DJS), Maryland Department of Human Services, and other agencies. SHIP offered state-of-the art training and opportunities to network with and learn from individuals across the state who are working to advance all levels of health care within schools.
This year there were be a variety of pre-conference sessions including: Youth Mental Health First Aid Training (free), Intensive Skills Training for School Nurses ($50), and Mental Health Professional Clinical Sessions: Ethics and Supervision ($50). Be sure to include these when registering and participate in all three days for only $150*!
Join us for this complimentary certification training on understanding youth mental health. There is limited space. Register today and reserve your seat!
For more information, contact Christina Huntley by phone 410-706-0980 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Previous SHIP Conferences:
Plenary Session II: Social Determinants of Health for School-Age Youth- Olga Acosta Price, PhD, The Center for Health and Health Care for Schools, Director
Plenary II:Understanding the Impact of Trauma - Christine Evans Johnson, MA, CHES, State Adolescent Health Coordinator, Joan Gillece, PhD, Director of National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors
Plenary Session III:Population Health and the Triple Aim - Cheryl Duncan De Pinto, MD, MPH, Medical Director, Office of Population Health Improvement, Jennifer Newman Barnhart, MPH, Director of Population Health, Alice Bauman, MSPH, Deputy Director of Population Health, Chad Perman, MPP
Plenary IV:Your Invitation to Sanity:Move it or Lose It - Lynne Muller, PhD, NCC, LCPC, Conference Co-Chair, Section Chief of Student Services and School Counseling, Alberto (Tito) Baca, EdD, Professor, Montgomery College, Health Sciences
Plenary Session V:Health Enterprise Zones Addressing Social Determinants Part 1 & Part 2 - Michelle Spencer, MS, Associate Director, Bloomberg American Health Initiative, Associate Scientist, Health Policy and Management
Plenary Session VII:Understanding ESSA and its Role in School Health Part 1 & Part 2- Donna Mazyck, Executive Director of the National Association of School Nurses
Plenary Session VIII: ADHD Update - Linda Grossman, MD, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician, Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins School of Medicince, Director, Bureau of Clinical Services, Baltimore County Department of Health
WS 1:What School Nurses Need to Understand - Ann Mech, JD, RN, Assistant Professor, PPEP, Director, Legal Affairs, University of Maryland School of Nursing, Alicia Mezu, MSN/Ed, BSN, BS, RN, Health Services Specialist, Barbara Obst, RN, MS, Coordinator, Specialized Health Care Interagency Collaboration, Kennedy Krieger Institute
WS 4:Needs of Foster Care Youth - Derrick Riggins, MSW, State Independent Living Coordinator, Brandi Stocksdale, LCSW-C, Director, Placement and Permanency, Maryland Department of Human Services
WS 8:Leaving Never Neverland - Vicki Tepper, PhD, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Kathy Tomaszewski, RN, BSN, Johns Hopkins Hospital
Adverse Childhood Experiences—Impact on Education and Learning - Lee Savio Beers, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Medical Director for Municipal and Regional Affairs
Analyses of Maryland Data on Student Nutrition and Physical Acivity - Christopher Hersl, Education Specialist for Physical Education and Comprehensive Health Education, Alicia Mezu, Health Services Specialist
Framework and Performance Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child - Sean Slade, Director of Outreach, ASCD
Maryland School Crisis Communication Planning - Tyler G. Page, M.A., (PI: Brooke Fisher Liu, PhD Co-PI: Holly Ann Roberts; Cheryl Duncan De Pinto, MD, MPH)
- Young-chan, Barbara Scherr, and Veronica Simmons Title I/Family Engagement Program Improvement and Family Support Branch Maryland State Department of Education
Overdose Prevention Empowering School Personnel & Families - Christopher Welsh M.D., University of Maryland School of Medicine, NCADD-Maryland Scientific Advisory Committee
The Maryland Wellness Policies and Practices Project - Erin R. Hager, PhD, Associate Professor University of Maryland School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics, Growth and Nutrition Division Department of Epidemiology and Public Health
The Zika Virus - Sonia G. Pandit, MPH MBA, Chief Executive Officer, The Pandit Group
For more information contact Christina Huntley, 410-706-0980.