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March 11-15 2019 - American College Health Association
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Welcome
Welcome to the 2019 Southern College Health Association Conference proudly hosted by the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill in collaboration with Duke University and North Carolina Central University. A planning group of over twenty college
health professionals from all three institutions - led by Carol Kozel, Kim McCown, Amy Sauls and Sara Stahlman from UNC - have
worked for over a year to present an educational and networking experience that we hope you will never forget.

I transitioned eight years ago from over twenty years in private hospital and medical group practice management, and in these
eight years, have become a strong advocate for the incredible role college health centers play in the lives of our students. I truly
believe that, given our current healthcare system, the care we provide our students may be the most coordinated, comprehensive
care that they will experience in their lifetimes. However, the key to our continued success is to make sure that we are not insular nor
complacent - we must constantly seek to understand and deploy those things from the healthcare industry at large which will best
serve our patients.

This belief led us to our theme - Exceptional Care for Exceptional Students: A Celebration of Clinical Expertise and Best Practices.
We have assembled an accomplished group of presenters from college health, private practice, public health, medical research
and healthcare management. We hope that you will learn things this week which will stimulate thought and motivate best practice
as you return to your respective campuses.

And make no mistake-we have not forgotten the fun and networking which has become a key part of our SCHA culture. On
Thursday evening we look forward to your joining us and our generous sponsor, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina, for an
evening of March Madness at the historic Carolina Inn on the campus of UNC in Chapel Hill. The evening will be filled with music,
food, drink and fun as we celebrate our region’s long and proud love affair with college basketball. Fun Fact: Did you know that the
Triangle’s three Atlantic Coast Conference men’s college basketball programs have collectively claimed 13 NCAA championships
and 6 of the national champions since 2000 have been claimed by one of our universities!?!

We have also allowed time in our schedule for you to find out why we love where we live and work.

    The Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill metro area is ranked in the Top 10 for both Best Places to Live and Best Places to Work by
   US News and World Report;

     Our Research Triangle Park (RTP) located between Durham and Raleigh is the largest research park in the US and is home
   to over 250 companies and employs 50,000 people of expertise. These companies make the RTP the nation’s epicenter for
   research and product development in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, microelectronics, telecommunications and environmental
   sciences. The RTP provides over $300 million to our local universities for research and development, creating incredible public-
   private partnerships;

     The New York Times recently named Durham-Chapel Hill the Foodie Capital of the South, and Southern Living Magazine
   called Durham-Chapel Hill the “South’s Tastiest Town.” Take advantage of the opportunity to experience one of our great
   restaurants on Wednesday evening.

Be sure to use the 2019 SCHA Guidebook App to plan your schedule and to be alerted to announcements and updates. Also look
for our staff who stand ready to assist you during the next few days.

Please join me in expressing congratulations and gratitude to Marguerite O’Brien of the University of South Carolina for her
tremendous job during the past year as SCHA President.

On behalf of the SCHA Board of Directors and my colleagues Dr. John Vaughn of Duke and Dr. Ruth Gilliam-Phillips of North
Carolina Central, welcome to Durham-Chapel Hill and thank you for being part of this year’s conference.

                                                                   Best,

                                                                   Ken Pittman, MHA FACHE
                                                                   Executive Director, UNC-Chapel Hill Campus Health
                                                                   President-Elect, Southern College Health Association

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Contents                                                                         ENHANCE SCHA 2019 WITH

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         SPONSORS AND EXHIBITORS
         CONFERENCE PLANNERS
                                                                          Guidebook
                                                                        The SCHA 2019 Annual Conference guide on Guidebook
                                                                        provides:
7        EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION                                             updated conference information and schedule details
8        LUNCHEON KEYNOTES                                                   attendee listing and real-time interaction with other
                                                                               SCHA 2019 Guide users
9        CONFERENCE AT A GLANCE                                              sponsor and exhibitor listing
10       HOTEL FLOORPLAN                                                     hotel and destination maps
                                                                             notetaking capability
12       PRE-CONFERENCE RETREAT                                              quick access to social media content
13       TUES / WEDS SCHEDULE                                                ability to build your own individualized conference
                                                                               schedule
14       WEDS SCHEDULE                                                       and more!
18       THURSDAY SCHEDULE
                                                                        Download Guidebook from your device’s app store. Then
26       FRIDAY SCHEDULE                                                search for SCHA 2019 and download the guide. Or visit
29       AFTER THE CONFERENCE                                           guidebook.com/guide/135755 and follow instructions
                                                                        from that screen.
30       EDUCATION CREDITS
                                                                        Staff at the registration table can help you set up SCHA
                                                                        2019 on Guidebook - just ask!

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Sponsors and Exhibitors
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With gracious thanks to:
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Conference Planners
       2018-2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
       President
       MARGUERITE O’BRIEN, MSW | Director of Wellness, Prevention and Advocacy Services | Student Health | University of South Carolina
       President-Elect and Program Chair
       KEN PITTMAN, MHA, FACHE | Executive Director | Campus Health | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       Vice-President
       M. JACOB (JAKE) BAGGOTT, MLS | Assistant VP for Student Development, Health and Wellness | Learning Resource Center |
       University of Alabama-Birmingham
       Past President
       MICHAEL DEICHEN, MD, MPH | Executive Director | UCF Health Services | University of Central Florida
       Treasurer
       DARREN OLIVER AARON, MSHA, NREMT | Associate Director | Student Health Services | Wake Forest Univerisity
       Secretary (ACHA President-Elect)
       KATRIN WESNER-HARTS, ED, FACHA | Director | Abrons Student Health Center | University of North Carolina Wilmington
       Sunbelt Coordinating Member
       CECIL PRICE, MD | Director | Student Health Services | Wake Forest University
       Member at Large
       AMY MAGNUSON, PHD | Director | University Health Services | Florida State University

       EXECUTIVE CONFERENCE PLANNING TEAM
       KEN PITTMAN, MBA, FACHE | Conference Chair | Campus Health | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       KIM MCCOWN | Campus Health | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       CAROL KOZEL, BSN, RN | Campus Health | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       AMY SAULS, PHARMD, BCACP, CPP | Campus Health | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       SARA STAHLMAN, MA | Campus Health | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

       CONFERENCE PLANNING COMMITTEE MEMBERS
       CHARLA BLUMELL, EdD, CWHC, CHES | Student Wellness | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       MICHELLE CAMARENA, MSN, RN | Campus Health | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       MELODY GIBSON, RHIA | Campus Health | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       TRACIE HYDE | Counseling and Psychological Services | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       NINA JAMES | Campus Health | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       ANNA LOCK, PsyD | Counseling and Psychological Services | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       KATHY MILLS | Campus Health | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       RUTH GILLIAM PHILLIPS, DPM | Student Health | North Carolina Central University
       LESLIE QUATTLEBAUM, BS | Campus Health | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       JOYCE ROBERTS | Campus Health | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       JUSTIN SHARPE, MPH, CHES | Student Wellness | Duke University
       MARGAUX SIMON, MSN, FNP-C | Campus Health | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       TOM SZIGETHY, MA | Student Wellness | Duke University
       MELANIE TROST, MD | Student Health Services | Duke University
       JOHN VAUGHN, MD | Student Health Services | Duke University
       Program Planning Committee members have been asked to complete Program Planner Disclosure Forms regarding relationships
       with commercial entities. Each of the Program Planning Committee members has reported no relevant financial conflicts of interest.

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Educational Information
STATEMENT OF GOALS/PURPOSE
The primary goal of the 2019 Southern College Health Association Conference is to provide innovative educational and
professional development opportunities for college health professionals from a variety of disciplines.
Attendees will be able to:
    Identify ways to increase knowledge, enhance professional skills of health care professionals and incorporate best practices
      through evidenced-based guidelines and standards into college health practice.
    Describe opportunities for collaboration and exchange of ideas among college health professionals and students that promote
      the health and well-being of college students through interactive learning activities.
    List programs and environments that enhance physical and mental health outcomes for college students and campus
      communities.
    Explain the effect of diverse cultures and experience on the physical and mental health of individuals and communities.
    Discuss ways to integrate college health programs that support institutional missions to the population served.

The 2019 SCHA Annual Conference has invited speakers from college and university health centers throughout the South to share
their innovative solutions to commonly encountered issues in college health. In addition, the Conference has drawn upon the wealth
of clinical expertise available in the Research Triangle area and beyond to bring in fresh perspectives and expand professional
development. The Conference offers the opportunity to exchange ideas around best practices, network with colleagues, experience
professional growth, and enhance the level of care for our students.

TARGET AUDIENCE                                                         KEY TOPIC AREAS
Administrators                                                          Clinical care of trans* clients
Clinical Medicine Providers                                             Concussion care and protocols
Health Promotion Professionals                                          Health At Every Size and intuitive eating approaches
Mental Health Providers                                                 Insurance billing
Nurses                                                                  Integrative medicine
Nutritionists and Dieticians                                            Management of stress and anxiety
Sports Medicine Providers                                               Multicultural supervision
Students                                                                Psychological aspects of injuries
                                                                        Serving students of color
                                                                        Title IX
                                                                        Treatment and prevention of communicable diseases
                                                                        Trans* is an umbrella term that refers to all the identities within the gender
                                                                        spectrum that do not conform to the gender binary of “male” or “female.”

NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
SCHA guards against discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or
disability in its educational activities.

SPECIAL NEEDS
Attendees with special needs should notify SCHA2019@unc.edu so that appropriate accommodations may be made.

ORGANIZING ENTITY
Southern College Health Association 2019 Planning Committee
c/o ACHA
8455 Colesville Rd, Suite 740
Silver Spring, MD 20910
acha.org/scha
scha2019@unc.edu

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Luncheon Keynotes
       WEDNESDAY MARCH 13, 12:00PM                                                  DR. JASON P. MIHALIK
       Dr. Jason Mihalik is an Associate Professor in the Department of Exercise
       and Sport Science. He is the Co-Director of the Matthew Gfeller Sport-
       Related Traumatic Brain Injury Research Center, and also serves as
       Affiliate Faculty at the UNC Injury Prevention Research Center in the
       TBI focus area. Jason teaches courses in Biomechanics (EXSS 385) and
       Undergraduate Research Methods (EXSS 273), and Graduate Statistics
       and Research Methods. Jason completed his undergraduate degree in
       Exercise Science with a specialization in Athletic Therapy at Concordia
       University (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) in 2001. He completed his
       graduate work in Sports Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh
       (Pittsburgh, PA), earning his Master’s Degree in December 2004. He
       was a recipient of a 5-year Royster Fellowship, allowing him to ultimately
       complete his doctoral work in Human Movement Science at The University
       of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the summer of 2009.
       Jason’s primary research interest intersects head trauma biomechanics
       with clinical outcomes in civilian athletes and military warfighters. He
       investigates the effectiveness of innovative concussion assessment,
       management, and rehabilitation technologies. He is additionally interested
       in the interrelationships between ocular and vestibular function, as well
       as the utility of neuroimaging and neurophysiology, in the context of
       the concussion management paradigm. He has developed smartphone
       applications designed to assist lay rescuers in recognize concussion
       signs and symptoms and intervene accordingly. He is also the Chief
       Science Officer for Senaptec LLC, a startup company in the visual and
       sensory performance space. Jason also studies field management of
       neurotraumatic spine-related injuries.

       THURSDAY MARCH 14, 12:00PM                                                   DEENA HAYES-GREENE
       Deena Hayes-Greene is the founder and director of the Racial Equity
       Institute. With her long-time partner, Suzanne Plihcik, she serves as the
       senior trainer and consultant for REI. Deena has worked for over 16 years
       as a racial equity consultant, trainer, and organizer with an analytical
       focus on the structure and impacts of race and racism on systems,
       institutions, and organizations. She began her work with the People’s
       Institute for Survival and Beyond. She has presented keynote speeches,
       workshops, and seminars across the nation to organizations interested in
       addressing and eliminating racial and ethnic inequities. She has served
       as a Human Relations Commissioner for the City of Greensboro; the
       board chair for the International Civil Rights Center and Museum; the
       boards of the Guilford Gang Commission, and the Ole Asheboro Street
       Neighborhood Association; and an organizing member of the Guilford
       Anti-Racist Alliance. Deena has also been elected for four terms to the
       Guilford County School Board where she has chaired the Achievement
       Gap Committee, the Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Advisory
       Committee and the School Safety/Gang Education Committee.
       In September 2013 Deena was honored at the Minority Enterprise
       Development Conference with the Diversity Advocate of the Year award.

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Conference at-a-Glance         MONDAY MARCH 11
 5:00 pm                     Pre-Conference Retreat Begins

                               TUESDAY MARCH 12
 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm           Registration Open
 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm          Board Lunch & Meeting
 12:00 pm                    Washington Duke Golf Rounds
 1:45 pm - 3:30 pm           Tour Duke Gardens
 6:00 pm                     Board Dinner

                             WEDNESDAY MARCH 13
 7:00 am                     Fun Run/Walk
 7:30 am                     Meditation
 8:00 am - 5:00 pm           Registration Open
 9:00 am - 11:00 am          Open House at Duke Student Wellness Center
 9:45 am - 11:00 am          Walking / Trolley Tour of Duke Gardens
 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
                             Exhibits Open
 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm          Opening Lunch and Keynote Speaker Dr. Jason Mihalik
 1:45 pm - 3:00 pm           Educational Breakout Sessions #1
 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm           Break with Sponsors and Exhibitors
 3:30 pm - 4:45 pm           Educational Breakout Sessions #2 (Dr. Inman session lasts until 5:30 pm)
 Evening                     Dinner on your own or join a group - see registration table for details

                             THURSDAY MARCH 14
 7:00 am                     Fun Run/Walk
 7:30 am                     Meditation
 7:30 am - 5:00 pm           Registration Open
 7:30 am - 8:30 am           Breakfast with Sponsors and Exhibitors
 7:30 am - 12:00 pm
                             Exhibits Open
 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
 8:45 am - 10:00 am          Educational Breakout Sessions #3
 10:00 am - 10:30 am         Break with Sponsors and Exhibitors Sponsored by Wellfleet
 10:30 am - 11:45 am         Educational Breakout Sessions #4
 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm          Awards/Business Lunch and Keynote Speaker Deena Hayes-Greene
 1:45 pm - 3:00 pm           Educational Breakout Sessions #5
 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm           Break with Sponsors and Exhibitors
 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm           Educational Breakout Sessions #6
 5:15 pm                     Depart for March Madness Party and Dinner at the Carolina Inn
 Buses return 9, 10, 11 pm   Sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina

                                 FRIDAY MARCH 15                                   School Spirit Day
 7:00 am                     Fun Run/Walk
 7:30 am                     Meditation
 7:30 am - 8:30 am           Breakfast with Sponsors and Exhibitors
 7:30 am - 12:00 pm          Exhibits and Information Table Open
 8:45 am - 9:45 am           Educational Breakout Sessions #7
 10:00 am - 11:00 am         Educational Breakout Sessions #8
 11:15 am - 12:00 pm         Prize Drawing Presentation and Closing
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Monday                                             MARCH 11                              PRECONFERENCE RETREAT
                                                                                                                                                 Camp New Hope
                                                                                   This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Pennsylvania State
        M 5:00 - 7:00 pm                                                           Nurses Association Approver Unit, an accredited approved by the American Nurses
                                                                                               Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation for 12 Contact Hours.
        APPETIZERS AND DINNER PREPARATION
        M 7:00 - 10:00 pm
        SOMATICS AND THE SELF-TRANSFORMING
        BRAIN
        After this session, attendees should be able to:
             Practice directing attention toward the organization of
               experience in one’s own mind-body as a first step in
               neurological self-regulation.
             Discern and practice a new or different action that creates
               greater ease and safety within one’s own internal environment
               when speaking with others.
             Identify the two primary pathways of self-regulation illustrated
               by an exercise of speaking and listening to others.
             List and demonstrate the 7 somatic distinctions that form the
               foundation for an embodied presence.

        Tuesday                                            MARCH 12                              PRECONFERENCE RETREAT
        T 8:00 - 8:30 am                                                              T 1:30 - 3:30 pm
        COFFEE, PASTRIES, BREAKFAST                                                   NEUROBIOLOGY OF PRACTICE
        T 8:30 - 10:30 am                                                             After this session, attendees should be able to:
                                                                                           List three biological theories of how practice (repetition) impacts
        INTERPERSONAL NERVOUS SYSTEM AND THE                                                 the likelihood of being able to recall a memory
        NEUROSCIENCE OF COMPASSION                                                         List two biological theories of how practice associated with the
        After this session, attendees should be able to:                                     neurological experience of value deepens recall of physical
             Practice mindfulness in the context of neural integration and                   and psychological memory
               neuroplasticity as a model for healing and wholeness.                       List three aspects of life experience that can expand in capacity
             Define mirror neurons and utilize this concept somatically to                   as the result of intentional practice
               engage with another to build rapport.                                       Write and read a mission statement and assimilate feedback to
             Practice mobilizing internal resources to meet and match the                    deepen congruence between language and action.
               capacity of another.                                                        Utilize the seven somatic distinctions to produce greater
             List the “allies and enemies of learning” as a discernment tool for             alignment, resolve and results with the expression of one’s
               transforming habitual responses and defenses.                                 mission and the subsequent follow through of commitments.
                                                                                      T 3:30 - 5:30 pm
        T 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
                                                                                      BREAK
        BEYOND TRANSFERENCE: Using Embodiment to
                                                                                      T 5:30 - 6:30 pm
        Establish and Deepen Rapport
                                                                                      DINNER
        After this session, attendees should be able to:
             List and define the components of the Model for Observation              T 6:30 - 9:30 pm
               and utilize these components in crafting action plans for              THE PSYCHOLOGY OF RESILIENCE
               another in the healing and learning process.
                                                                                      After this session, attendees should be able to:
             Utilize the seven somatic distinctions in creating new neural
               pathways for effective action.                                              List the four main theories to explain learning and memory
                                                                                             and how each contributes to the overall experience of
              Practice rapport with another in the development of empathy,
                                                                                             consciousness
               compassion and curiosity as a gateway to overcoming
               obstacles and limiting life stories.                                        Explain in plain language the theory of global mapping and
                                                                                             how it applies to the experience of consciousness
                                                                                           List at least 4 types of human behavior that impact the
        T 12:30 - 1:30 pm                                                                    assignment of value to experience and consciousness
        LUNCH                                                                              List and define the components of the Model for Observation
                                                                                             and utilize these components in crafting action plans for
                                                                                             another in the healing and learning process.
                                                                                           Utilize the 7 somatic distinctions in creating new neural
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                                                                          T 1:00 - 7:00 pm                                             Atrium
                                                                          REGISTRATION OPEN
                                                                          T 12:00 - 1:00 pm                                 Meeting Room A
                                                                          BOARD LUNCH
                                                                          T 12:00 pm                            Washington Duke Golf Club
                                                                          GOLF OUTING
                                                                          Pre-registration required. Tee times at 12:00 pm and 12:10 pm.

                                                                          T 1:00 - 5:00 pm                                  Meeting Room A
                                                                          BOARD MEETING
                                                                          T 1:45 pm                                          JB Duke Lobby
                                                                          TOUR SARAH P. DUKE GARDENS
                                                                          Pre-registration required. Meet in lobby for transportation at 1:45 pm
                                                                          or meet at the Garden main entrance at 2:00 pm.
                                                                          T 6:00 pm                                          JB Duke Lobby
                                                                          BOARD DINNER
Sarah P. Duke Gardens - Photo credit: Orla Smith

1 7:00 - 10:00 am
                                                            MARCH 13          Wednesday
W                                                 Camp New Hope           W 12:00 - 1:30 pm                                           Ballroom
PRE-CONFERENCE BREAKFAST & CLOSING
W 7:00 - 7:30 am                Meet at Main Entrance of JB Duke
FUN RUN / WALK                                                                     OPENING LUNCH
Run with your colleagues around Duke’s beautiful campus! All paces
welcome. Maps for 1 mile and 3 mile loops will be provided.                       with Dr. Jason P. Mihalik
W 7:30 - 8:00 am               Meet at Main Entrance of JB Duke
MEDITATION                                                                           Keynote Speaker
Walk together to Duke Wellness Center for guided meditation.
W 8:00 am - 5:00 pm                                        Atrium
REGISTRATION OPEN
W 9:00 - 11:00 am                              Duke Wellness Center
OPEN HOUSE AT DUKE WELLNESS CENTER
Meet in the Lobby of the JB Duke Hotel for walking directions or a
shuttle will leave at 9:00am and 9:45 am. Return Shuttle to JB Duke
will meet at the 1st floor atrium 10:10 & 11:00. To join the garden
tour, a shuttle will leave Duke Wellness 1st floor atrium at 9:50 am.
W 9:45 - 11:00 am                                    JB Duke Lobby
DUKE GARDENS TROLLY / WALKING TOUR
Meet in the Lobby of the JB Duke Hotel at 9:45 am for a shuttle that
will drop off at Duke Wellness and go on to Duke Gardens.
W 11:00 am - 12:00 pm                                 Levels 2 and 3
EXHIBITS OPEN
Interact with exhibitors throughout the conference to learn about their
services and gain a chance to win prizes.                                 Duke Wellness Center

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        W 1:00 - 5:00 pm                                                      Levels 2 and 3            W 1:45 - 3:00 pm 		                             Executive Classroom
        EXHIBITS OPEN                                                                                   IMPLEMENTATION OF INTUITIVE EATING
                                                                                                        AND HEALTH AT EVERY SIZE IN THE GENERAL
        W 1:45 ‑ 3:00 pm                                                   Meeting Room A               STUDENT AND NCAA ATHLETE POPULATIONS
        PILLS FOR HIV PREVENTION: Understanding                                                         The importance of practicing from a ‘Health at Every Size’ approach
        PEP, PrEP and U=U                                                                               has been shown to reduce harmful consequences associated with
                                                                                                        weight bias and weight loss recommendations. While the benefits
        The field of HIV prevention has advanced rapidly in the past 10
                                                                                                        of HAES have been identified, implementing this approach is often
        years, and this presentation will provide an overview of the current
                                                                                                        unclear which can lead to conflicting messages. This presentation
        state-of-the-art in the field, primarily focusing on the promise and
                                                                                                        identifies practical approaches, for both general students and
        pitfalls of medication-based interventions for young adults. At the
                                                                                                        NCAA athletes, to creating a campus environment that supports
        conclusion of the talk, the audience will be more familiar with the
                                                                                                        body diversity, healthy and balanced nutrition messages, and multi-
        science behind the “undetectable = untransmittable” campaign as
                                                                                                        dimensional wellness.
        well as pre-exposure and post-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP and PEP,
        respectively).                                                                                  After this session, attendees should be able to:
                                                                                                             Describe what the ‘Health at Every Size’ approach entails and
        After this session, attendees should be able to:
                                                                                                               means from a nutrition and health perspective and 1-2 ways.
             Discuss the epidemiology of HIV infection among young adults
                                                                                                               this message can be implemented on a college campus
               in the United States.
                                                                                                             Discuss ways to communicate and utilize HAES messages and
             Identify the indications for the provision of post-exposure
                                                                                                               intuitive eating principles to students.
               prophylaxis.
                                                                                                             Identify ways to communicate non-diet nutrition messages and
             Explain how treatment as prevention (“U=U”) works to limit
                                                                                                               the HAES approach to NCAA athletes, fellow colleagues,
               transmission of HIV to uninfected persons.
                                                                                                               clinicians, coaches, and relevant faculty/staff on a college
             Describe best practices in delivery of pre-exposure prophylaxis to                                campus.
               young adults at risk of HIV infection.
                                                                                                        Presented by:
        Presented by:                                                                                   ANNIE PENROSE, M.ED., RD, LDN
        CHRISTOPHER HURT, MD                                                       CME: 1.25            Dietician and Clinical Nutrition Specialist
        Associate Professor of Medicine                                            CHES: 1.25           Campus Health
        Institute for Global Health and Infectious Diseases                       MCHES: 1.25           University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
        University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill                                 CNE: 1.25
        The speaker has disclosed he receives salary support for a clinical trial under a contract      RACHEL MANOR, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN
        between his university and Gilead Sciences.                                                     Sports Nutritionist                                        CME: 1.25
                                                                                                        Campus Health                                              CHES: 1.25
        W 1:45 - 3:00 pm                                                             Clubroom           University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill                 CNE: 1.25

        IMPLEMENTING A VETERANS BSN NURSING
        OPTION                                                                                          W 1:45 - 3:00 pm                                    Glaxo Classroom

        The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have been the longest sustained                                TITLE IX: What You Need to Know
        U.S. military operations since the Vietnam era, sending more than                               Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits sex
        2.2 million troops into battle, and resulting in more than 48,000                               discrimination in any education program or activity receiving federal
        injuries (Institute of Medicine, 2013). Military services soldiers, sailors,                    financial assistance. Sex discrimination includes all forms of sexual
        airmen and marines received health care from medics and other                                   harassment, including sexual harassment and sexual violence by
        trained personnel. Many veterans leave wars or military without                                 employees, students and third parties against employees, students
        credentials for a professional career, despite the military experience                          or third parties. This presentation will cover the basics of Title IX:
        and training.                                                                                   examples of covered conduct, reporting responsibilities, response
                                                                                                        requirements of the institution, confidentiality, as well as some
        After this session, attendees should be able to:
                                                                                                        scenarios for discussion.
             Describe the process used to implement a Veterans BSN nursing
               option.                                                                                  After this session, attendees should be able to:
             Discuss resources available for the Veteran student.                                            Define Title IX, VAWA, and sex discrimination.
             Identify the challenges and benefits of implementing and                                        Identify appropriate and compliant institutional and individual
               maintaining the Veteran BSN nursing option.                                                     responses to reports under Title IX/VAWA.
             Discuss the current status of the Veteran BSN option.                                           Review information in discussion of case scenarios.
        Presented by:                                                                                   Presented by:
        WANDA LAWRENCE, PHD, MSN, RN                                                                    JAYNE GRANDES, MS                                           CME:    1.25
        Professor and Chair                                                                             Director                                                   CHES:    1.25
        Department of Nursing                                                        CHES: 1.25         Title IX Compliance                                        PsyCE:   1.25
        North Carolina Central University                                             CNE: 1.25         Duke University                                             CNE:    1.25

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                                              Levels 2 and 3    W 3:30 - 4:45 pm                                Executive Classroom
                                                                ESTABLISHING A HEALTH CARE EXPERIENTIAL
        SNACK BREAK                                             LEARNING PROGRAM ON A NON-MEDICAL
                                                                SCHOOL AFFILIATED UNIVERSITY
  with Sponsors and Exhibitors                                  Student volunteers rotate through the areas of NCSU Student
                                                                Health from registration through insurance, the clinical area and
                                                                ancillary services in order to experience the full spectrum of the
                                                                health care delivery setting. They participate in outreach programs
                                                                such as flu clinics, sex education events and healthy diet programs.
                                                                Implementation of this program illustrated the challenges of
                                                                providing this experience related to confidentiality.
                   We are so glad you’re here and grateful to
                   be co-hosting with @NCCU,
                   @DukeSHCenter, and @DukeWellness
                                                                After this session, attendees should be able to:
                   #SCHA2019                                         Identify key stakeholders to develop, implement and sustain the
                                                                       program.
                                                                     Define key learning objectives for participating students.
                                                                     Identify key components of a well-rounded program.
                                                                     Discuss experiences from other participants about their successes
     Share your photos and conference                                  and challenges.
      happenings with us by tagging                             Presented by:
        your posts on social media                              HEATHER LAWSON, BS
                                                                Outreach and Student Engagement Coordinator

          #SCHA2019
                                                                Student Health Services
                                                                North Carolina State University
                                                                HEATHER SPENCER BS, MHA
                                                                Associate Director                                       CHES: 1.25
                                                                Student Health Services                                 MCHES: 1.25
                                                                North Carolina State University                           CNE: 1.25

                                                                W 3:30 - 4:45 pm                                           Clubroom
W 3:00 - 3:30 pm
                                                                COMMON SPORTS INJURIES FOR PRIMARY
                                                                CARE PROVIDERS
                                                                Musculoskeletal injuries are commonly seen in primary care settings.
                                                                This presentation will review injuries frequently seen involving the
                                                                shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, knee, ankle and foot. Evaluation,
                                                                assessment, and management of the injuries will be discussed.
                                                                The attendee should have an understanding by the end of the
                                                                presentation of basic management and when further referral is
                                                                needed.
                                                                After this session, attendees should be able to:
                                                                     Describe how to assess musculoskeletal injuries.
                                                                     Explain how to manage musculoskeletal injuries.
                                                                     Differentiate when musculoskeletal injuries can be managed by
                                                                       a primary care provider and when it should be referred.
                                                                Presented by:
                                                                MARIO CIOCCA, MD
                                                                Director of Sports Medicine
                                                                Campus Health                                               CME: 1.25
                                                                University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill                 CNE: 1.25

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        W 3:30 - 4:45 pm                                                               Glaxo Classroom      W 3:30 - 4:45 pm                                                  Meeting Room A
        TOXIC MASCULINITY                                                                                   ANTIMICROBIAL STEWARDSHIP
        Toxic masculinity is a cultural meme that traces back to the men’s                                  Antibiotic resistance is a public health threat directly
        movement of the late 1980s and early 1990s. It was used to describe                                 associated with overuse of antibiotics. Outpatient healthcare
        a pattern of hypermasculinity that arises from the repression of deep                               settings are responsible for approximately 60% of all
        masculinity. Over the last three years, there has been an exponential                               antibiotic prescriptions and 30% of all outpatient antibiotic
        rise in the interest of this concept. This presentation provides a brief                            prescriptions are estimated to be inappropriate. We will review
        overview of this topic and its relevance to today’s social climate and                              national rates of antibiotic use, review guidelines for common
        the wellbeing of us all.
                                                                                                            infectious diseases that do and do not require antibiotic
        After this session, attendees should be able to:                                                    prescriptions, and discuss strategies to communicate antibiotic
             Define toxic masculinity and its development from its origins to                               choices to patients.
               present day representations.
                                                                                                            After this session, attendees should be able to:
             Describe deep masculinity and its relationship to cultures both
                                                                                                                 Review current antibiotic prescribing trends in the United States.
               past and present.
                                                                                                                 Explain antimicrobial stewardship concepts.
             Discuss ways in which college health professionals can help
                                                                                                                 Discuss how to incorporate principles of antimicrobial
               students recall and rekindle a sense of indigenous masculinity
                                                                                                                   stewardship into their clinical care.
               and its embrace and balance of the deep feminine.
                                                                                                            Presented by:
        Presented by:
                                                                                                            MICHAEL SMITH, MD, MSCE
        ALLEN O’BARR, MD
                                                                                          CHES: 1.25        Associate Professor of Pediatrics
        Director
                                                                                          PsyCE: 1.25       Department of Pediatrics                                                    CME: 1.25
        Counseling and Psychological Services
                                                                                           CNE: 1.25        Duke University Medical Center                                              CNE: 1.25
        University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

                                                                                                            W 3:30 - 5:30 pm (2 hr session)                                   Meeting Room B
                                                                                                            CLINICAL SUPERVISION THROUGH A
                                                                                                            CULTURAL LENS
                                                                                                            There is a general consensus that culture plays an important role in
                                                                                                            supervision interactions and their outcomes. To facilitate multicultural
                                                                                                            competence, supervisors and supervisees need to not only attain a
                                                                                                            level of cultural awareness, knowledge and possess a range of skills
                                                                                                            but also portray multiculturalism as a part of one’s work philosophy.
                                                                                                            This workshop will focus on gaining awareness of multiple cultural
                                                                                                            contexts within the triadic relationship (client-trainee-supervisor) within
                                                                                                            a larger organizational/institutional/societal system.
                                                                                                            After this session, attendees should be able to:
                                                                                                                 Review different models of multicultural supervision.
                                                                                                                 Explain how culture informs the conceptualization of supervisory
                                                                                                                   relationships.
                                                                                                                 Identify the elements and processes in multicultural supervision.
                                                                                                                 Discuss application of concepts and strategies in multicultural
                                                                                                                   supervision to clinical/supervisory processes.
                                                                                                            Presented by:
                                                                                                            ARPANA INMAN, PH.D.                                                            CME: 2
                                                                                                            Professor and Chair                                                           CHES: 2
                                                                                                            Department of Education and Human Services                                    PsyCE: 2
                                                                                                            Lehigh University                                                              CNE: 2
                                                                                                            This speaker has disclosed she receives royalties for videos and tapes purchased.

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                                                                                                                               join a group.
                                                                                                                      Ideas for dinner locations and
                                                                                                                     group dinner sign-ups available
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Thursday                                                 MARCH 14
        R 7:00 - 7:30 am                Meet at Main Entrance of JB Duke         R 8:45 - 10:00 am                                     Glaxo Classroom
        FUN RUN / WALK                                                           CLINICAL WORK WITH TRANS* CLIENTS
        Run with your colleagues around Duke’s beautiful campus! All paces       This program will enable clinicians and therapists to increase their
        welcome. Maps for 1 mile and 3 mile loops will be provided.              knowledge of the transgender community and practices related to
        R 7:30 - 7:30 am              Meet at Main Entrance of JB Duke           serving this community. This program will define the concepts of
                                                                                 gender identity and gender expression, describe the processes of
        MEDITATION                                                               transition for transgender individuals, identify clinical tools to improve
        Walk together to Duke Wellness Center for guided meditation.             services to trans* clients, and examine oppression and minority stress
                                                                                 that can impact trans* clients.
        R 7:30 am - 5:00 pm                                            Atrium    After this session, attendees should be able to:
        REGISTRATION OPEN                                                             Define the concepts of gender identity and gender expression.
                                                                                      Describe the diverse processes of transition for transgender
                                                                                        individuals.
        R 7:30 - 8:30 am                                        Levels 2 and 3
                                                                                      Identify clinical tools for improving services to transgender
                                                                                        clients.

                 BREAKFAST                                                            Describe areas of minority stress that impact the trans*
                                                                                        population.

          with Sponsors and Exhibitors                                           Presented by:
                                                                                 M. AVERY COOK, MSW, LCSW                                      CME: 1.25
                                                                                 Associate Director                                           CHES: 1.25
                                                                                 Counseling and Psychological Services                        PsyCE: 1.25
                                                                                 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill                   CNE: 1.25
        R 7:30 am - 12:00 pm                                   Levels 2 and 3
        EXHIBITS OPEN
        Interact with exhbitors to learn about their services and gain a
        chance to win prizes.

        R 8:45 - 10:00 am                               Executive Classroom      R 8:45 - 10:00 am                                     Meeting Room C
        SELF-CARE AND NONPRESCRIPTION                                            INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE: Practical Use of a
        MEDICATION TRENDS                                                        Functional Interdisciplinary Team
        Patients frequently rely on nonprescription products to                  This presentation reviews appropriate referrals, interdisciplinary team
        manage minor ailments and conditions. However, patients                  composition and functional clinical benefits of integrative medicine.
                                                                                 From the perspective of both integrative and internal medicine, an
        often need guidance to determine if self-care is the best
                                                                                 overview is outlined utilizing and blending the two disciplines. In
        option, and when it is, to make wise product selections and              addition, relevant research is cited to support the clinical efficacy of
        use the products safely. Attend this session to learn about              integrative medicine modalities.
        recent literature on OTCs and self-care that you can apply in
                                                                                 After this session, attendees should be able to:
        your practice
                                                                                      Explain the roles of typical Interdisciplinary members of an
        After this session, attendees should be able to:                                integrative medicine team.
             Review the decision-making process for evaluating candidacy              Describe a specific example of an integrative medicine
               for self-care and selecting appropriate products for patients.           modality.
             Identify a strategy to intervene with patients who exhibit               Differentiate the role of the integrative medicine physician as
               behaviors indicative of the misuse and abuse of                          PCP versus consultant.
               nonprescription products.                                              Discuss application of concepts and strategies in multicultural
             Describe guidance for safe nonprescription medication selection            supervision to clinical/supervisory processes.
               and non-pharmacologic interventions to patients with various      Presented by:
               conditions.                                                       PHILLIP BARR, MD
        Presented by:                                                            Lead Integrative Medicine Physician
        STEFANIE FERRERI, PHARMD, BCACP, CDE, FAPHA                              Integrative Medicine Center
        Clinical Professor                                                       Duke University School of Medicine                          CME: 1.25
        Division of Practice Enhancement and Clinical Education CME: 1.25        DIANE BOTTICELLI, PA-C, MA                                  CHES: 1.25
        Eshelman School of Pharmacy                             CHES: 1.25       Physician Assistant                                        MCHES: 1.25
        University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill              CNE: 1.25       Duke Diet and Fitness Center                                 CNE: 1.25

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R 8:45 - 10:00 am                                                Meeting Room B           R 10:30 ‑ 1­ 1:45am                                               Glaxo Classroom
COMMON PITFALLS OF INSURANCE                                                              DEVELOPING A COMPREHENSIVE CAMPUS
BILLING                                                                                   ALCOHOL PROGRAM: Education, Prevention,
This toolkit will provide you with actual takeaways. Tips from frontline                  Intervention, Accountability and Treatment &
experiences with numerous specialties, states and payors will be                          Recovery
provided using examples with solutions. Common denials and errors                         This program focuses on the experience of utilizing a collaborative,
that occur will be identified, and effective tools will be provided to                    multi-disciplinary public health approach to develop a
identify these within your organization. In addition, ideas and actual                    comprehensive campus alcohol program and related policies.
spreadsheets will be given to participants to use back on the frontline.                  The program will discuss establishing a coalition of campus
After this session, attendees should be able to:                                          and community partners, development and implementation of
     Define the revenue cycle process.                                                    campuswide alcohol policies, and integration of treatment and
                                                                                          recovery support into broader efforts to reduce high-risk alcohol
     Identify key denials to look for in the revenue cycle process.
                                                                                          consumption.
     Describe specific tools to prevent denials.
     Discuss real life examples of typical denials and revenue impact.                    After this session, attendees should be able to:
                                                                                               Identify the critical steps for establishing a comprehensive
Presented by:
                                                                                                 campus alcohol program.
CAMERON COX III, FACMPE, MHA
                                                                                               List the components of an effective public health-centered
Chief Executive Officer
                                                                                                 campus alcohol program.
MSOC Health                                                                  CNE: 1.25
                                                                                               Outline the elements of an effective campuswide alcohol policy.
                                                                                          Presented by:
                                                                                          JONATHAN SAULS, JD
R 8:45 - 10:00 am                                                Meeting Room A           Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and
NAIL DISORDERS                                                                            Dean of Students
                                                                                          Student Affairs
This presentation will focus on the myriad of disorders that                              University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill                               CME: 1.25
can involve the nails including bacterial infections, fungal                              DEAN BLACKBURN, BA, MDIV                                                 CHES: 1.25
infections, viral infections, primary inflammatory disorders,                             Director                                                                MCHES: 1.25
benign tumors, malignant tumors, and psychological                                        Student Wellness                                                         PsyCE: 1.25
traumatic disorders. The presentation will focus on the                                   University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill                               CNE: 1.25
diagnostic work-up and treatment options for these conditions.
                                                                                          R 10:30 ‑ 1­ 1:45am                                               Meeting Room B
After this session, attendees should be able to:
     Describe anatomy of the nail unit and how infectious pathogens                       VACCINE UPDATE: Proper Use of Vaccines in
       may access the nail unit.                                                          College Health
     Describe the primary inflammatory disorders that can affect the                      This presentation will review current vaccines recommended
       nail unit and management options for these disorders.
                                                                                          by the CDC/ACIP for adults including those recommended
     Discuss diagnosis and management of tumors of the nail unit.
                                                                                          for college-aged students and healthcare personnel working
     Discuss malignant tumors of the nail unit and treatment options.
                                                                                          in campus health, postexposure prophylaxis, and outbreaks.
Presented by:                                                                             The focus will be on new recommendations and rationale for
CHRIS ADIGUN, MD, FAAD                                                     CME: 1.25      changes.
President and Medical Director                                             CHES: 1.25
Dermatology and Laser Center of Chapel Hill, PLLC                           CNE: 1.25     After this session, attendees should be able to:
This speaker has disclosed she is on the speaker’s bureau for EPI, Celgene, Sciton and
Ortho Dermatologics.                                                                           Identify the key issues in providing CDC/ACIP recommended
                                                                                                 vaccines.
                                                                                               Discuss the recommended vaccines for college-aged students
`R 10:00 - 10:30 am                                                   Levels 2 and 3             and healthcare providers working in campus health facilities.
                                                                                               Identify which vaccines are useful for post-exposure prophylaxis
                                                                                                 and outbreak control.
         SNACK BREAK                                                                      Presented by:                                            CME: 1.25

   with Sponsors and Exhibitors                                                           DAVID WEBER, MD, MPH
                                                                                          Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics, and Epidemiology
                                                                                                                                                   CHES: 1.25
                                                                                                                                                    CNE: 1.25
                                                                                          School of Medicine and Gillings School of Global Public Health
      Sponsored by Wellfleet                                                              University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
                                                                                          This speaker has disclosed he is a consultant for Merck and Pfizer and is on the speakers
                                                                                          bureau for Merck.

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       R 10:30 ‑ 1­ 1:45am                                 Meeting Room C       R 10:30 ‑ 1­ 1:45am                            Executive Classroom

       RETURN TO THE CLASSROOM FOLLOWING                                        SPOTLIGHT ON HBCU STUDENT HEALTH
       CONCUSSION FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS                                          CENTERS
       Concussions or mild traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are a public          Against the backdrop of healthcare and socioeconomic disparities,
       health crisis in the United States. Although there are clear standards   student health centers at historically black colleges (HBCUs) strive
       of care for student-athletes, fewer guidelines exist for managing        to provide excellent care for their students. This panel discussion
       the after-effects of concussion for college students who are not         highlights three North Carolina HBCU Student Health Centers,
       formally connected to a sports program. This presentation will           focusing on their unique histories, challenges and successes.
       provide an overview of the current best practices for assessment and
       management of concussion among college students with specific            After this session, attendees should be able to:
       emphasis on return-to-learn (RtL) considerations in this population.          Identify the health care and socioeconomic disparities impacting
                                                                                       the medical care of the HBCU student health population.
       After this session, attendees should be able to:                              Describe the challenges HBCU Student Health Center staff
            Describe the physical, cognitive, and psychological symptoms               members face as they provide medical care for their students.
              following concussion.                                                  Discuss successful strategies for optimizing the delivery of
            Identify common risk factors for prolonged recovery from                   medical care to students at HBCU Student Health Centers.
              concussion.
            Discuss management and return to learn (RtL) approaches             Presented by:
              following concussion for college students.                        VALERIE BARNWELL, MD
                                                                                Medical Director
            Outline a framework of education, communication, and
                                                                                Student Health Center
              intervention among systems of care for college students who
                                                                                North Carolina Central University
              sustain a concussion.
       Presented by:                                                            REGINALD FENNELL, NR-PARAMEDIC/FF, RN, CEN, PHD,
       PETER DUQUETTE, PHD                                        CME: 1.25     MCHES, F-ACHA
       Clinical Neuropsychologist and Assistant Professor        PsyCE: 1.25    Professor Emiritus / Nurse
       Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation         CNE: 1.25     Miami University
       University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine           WakeMed Health and Hospitals
                                                                                WAYNE SMITH, PHARMD
                                                                                Pharmacy Director
                                                                                A. H. Ray Student Health Center
                                                                                Winston-Salem State University
                                                                                CANDY STANCIL, BSN, FNP
                                                                                Nurse Practitioner
                                                                                Student Health Center
                                                                                North Carolina Central University
                                                                                DAVID WAGNER, MD
                                                                                Executive Director                                         CME: 1.25
                                                                                Student Health Center                                      CHES: 1.25
                                                                                North Carolina A&T State University                         CNE: 1.25

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R 10:30 - 11:45 am                                 Meeting Room A         R 1:45 - 3:00 pm                                Executive Classroom
SELECTING PSYCHOTROPIC MEDICATION                                         ADDRESSING STUDENTS’ MENTAL HEALTH
IN A WELLNESS CENTER POPULATION: A                                        NEEDS THROUGH AN ONLINE MENTAL
Psychopharmacology Overview For Management                                HEALTH LITERACY PROGRAM
of Depression and Anxiety in College Primary                              Students who possess higher mental health literacy (MHL) are better
Healthcare Settings                                                       able to recognize, manage, and treat mental health issues. At the
                                                                          University of South Florida, Kognito, an interactive online program
The CDC estimated 10.3 million (4.3%) U.S. adults aged
                                                                          to increase MHL was provided to incoming students to address this
18 and up had at least one major depressive episode. The                  issue. This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of Kognito, using
statistics for anxiety are even higher. A subset of these adults          paired sample t-tests, in increasing MHL among incoming university
are part of the college cohort seen with increasing frequency             students (n=5,191). Results revealed an increase in the five main
in college primary care settings. This presentation seeks to              constructs of MHL.
provide primary care and mental health clinicians with an
                                                                          After this session, attendees should be able to:
overview of the increasing number of medications available                     Describe the utility of Kognito, an online interactive module, on
for safe use to treat depression and anxiety in the student                      increasing mental health literacy.
population for remission of symptoms and optimal social and                    Describe the role that each construct of mental health literacy
academic outcomes.                                                               has in increasing recognition of mental health issues.
After this session, attendees should be able to:                               Explain the utility of online modules to increase mental health
     Define the criteria for clinically significant depressive and               literacy on college campuses.
       anxiety disorders.                                                 Presented by:
     Describe classes of antidepressants.                                 EMILY WALTERS, BA, BS, CPH-PROVISIONAL
     Describe classes of atypical mood agents used for depression.        Graduate Research Assistant
     Discuss the available agents for anxiety.                            Center for Transdisciplinary Research in
                                                                          College Health, Wellbeing, and Success
Presented by:
                                                                          University of South Florida
NERINE TATHAM, MD                                           CME: 1.25
Staff Psychiatrist                                         CHES: 1.25     JENNIFER BLECK, PHD, MPH
Counseling and Psychological Services                      PsyCE: 1.25    Assistant Professor | Director of Support Services and Evaluation
Duke University                                             CNE: 1.25     College of Public Health | Health and Wellness for Student Affairs
                                                                          and Student Success
                                                                          University of South Florida
                                                                          RITA DEBATE PHD, MPH, FAED, FAAHB
                                                                          Executive Director
R 12:00 - 1:30 pm                                           Ballroom      Center for Transdisciplinary Research in
                                                                          College Health, Wellbeing, and Success
                                                                          University of South Florida                                CME: 1.25
           AWARDS and                                                     AMY GATTO, MPH, BA                                        CHES: 1.25
                                                                          Research and Evaluation Specialist                       MCHES: 1.25
        BUSINESS LUNCH                                                    Doctoral Research Assistant                               PsyCE: 1.25
                                                                          University of South Florida                                CNE: 1.25
     with Deena Hayes-Greene
                 Keynote Speaker

R 1:30 - 5:00 pm                                      Levels 2 and 3
EXHIBITS OPEN
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Thursday                                                   MARCH 14
       R 1:45 - 3:00 pm                                      Meeting Room C         R 1:45 - 3:00 pm                                   Glaxo Classroom
       STUDENT HEALTH AND INTEGRATED                                                IDENTIFYING OPPORTUNITIES FOR
       BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES: Lessons                                          POPULATION HEALTH MANAGEMENT IN
       Learned from a Pilot Project                                                 EMERGING ADULTHOOD: Survey Data from
       The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill School of Social                Three Diverse Institutions of Higher Education
       Work and Campus Health are three years into a partnership to                 Emerging adulthood is an understudied developmental period that
       train Masters of Social Work students to work as behavioral health           presents the opportunity to intervene and improve health behaviors
       providers as members of the Campus Health integrated health care             that can affect an individual’s long-term health trajectory. In this
       team. National trends on integrated behavioral health as well as key         study, a private college, a community college and a historically black
       components of this successful partnership at Campus Health will be           college in Durham, NC were surveyed to examine health behaviors,
       discussed. Lessons learned for replication and sustainability will also      health status, health care utilization, and social determinants
       be addressed.                                                                of health. This original research explores how college campuses
       After this session, attendees should be able to:                             can tailor population health management strategies to improve
                                                                                    prevention and better serve students in diverse settings.
            Describe ways campus health programs are enhanced when an
              MSW student is providing Behavioral Health Care services.             After this session, attendees should be able to:
            Identify challenges to the replication and sustainability of                 Define current health status, health behaviors and social
              Integrated Health Care providers in a Campus Health Clinic.                  determinants of health in diverse post-secondary education
                                                                                           institutions.
       Presented by:
       LISA ZERDEN, MSW, PHD                                                             Describe potential strategies to enable population health
       Senior Associate Dean for MSW Education                                             management strategies that are tailored to the institution.
       School of Social Work                                                             Compare similarities and differences across institutions and
       University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill                                         present sub-group analyses of higher risk groups of students.
                                                                     CME: 1.25
       MERYL KANFER, MSW, LCSW                                      CHES: 1.25      Presented by:
       Program Coordinator                                         MCHES: 1.25      CONNOR DRAKE, BA, MPA, PHD CANDIDATE
       School of Social Work                                        PsyCE: 1.25     Research Program Leader
       University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill                   CNE: 1.25      Duke Center for Personalized Health Care
                                                                                    HEATHER BATCHELDER, MA
       R 1:45 - 3:00 pm                                       Meeting Room A        Senior Clinical Research Specialist
                                                                                    Duke Center for Personalized Health Care
       PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF INJURY:
       HEALING THE WHOLE PERSON                                                     MARINA DELVECCHIO, MS, MFA, PHD CANDIDATE
                                                                                    Instructor
       Healing from injury is both a physical and psychological process.            English and Women’s Studies
       We will discuss psychological responses to injury and the intersection       Durham Technical Community College
       with identity, particularly with collegiate athletes. We will explore
       psychological aspects of healing and interventions to address                RUTH GILLIAM PHILLIPS, DPM
       psychological needs in rehabilitation, return to play, and career-           Executive Director
       ending injuries. In our exploration of adjuncts to medical treatment,        Student Health Center
       we will discuss the role of rehabilitative facility animals, through the     North Carolina Central University
       example of Remington, UNC’s rehabilitative facility dog.                     TOM SZIGETHY, MA                                         CME: 1.25
                                                                                    Associate Dean and Director                              CHES: 1.25
       After this session, attendees should be able to:
                                                                                    DuWell                                                  MCHES: 1.25
            Identify when a patient is struggling with psychological aspects
                                                                                    Duke University                                           CNE: 1.25
              of injury.
            Describe the intersection of injury and identity.
            Identify effective interventions for patients struggling with injury.
       Presented by:
       JENI SHANNON, PHD
       Director
       Athletics Mental Health and Performance Psychology Program
       University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
       TERRI JO RUCINSKI MA., ATC, LAT, PT, CSCS
       Coordinator of Physical Therapy Clinic                         CME: 1.25
       Staff Athletic Trainer for UNC Baseball Team                  CHES: 1.25
       Campus Health                                                 PsyCE: 1.25
       University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill                    CNE: 1.25

22 SCHA 2019 Annual Conference #SCHA2019
   Exceptional Care for Exceptional Students
MARCH 14            Thursday
R 1:45 - 3:00 pm                                      Meeting Room B         R 3:30 - 4:30 pm                                 Executive Classroom
TUBERCULOSIS SCREENING AND                                                   ADDRESSING COLLEGE STUDENTS’ MENTAL
PREVENTION FOR THE COLLEGE HEALTH                                            HEALTH NEEDS BY TRAINING FACULTY &
PROFESSIONAL                                                                 STAFF IN MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID ON A
Tuberculosis is a relatively uncommon but important problem in the           UNIVERSITY CAMPUS
college health setting. This presentation will discuss best practices for    Mental health illness among college students impacts student success
screening incoming students for tuberculosis infection and providing         and well-being. Mental health first aid is a training program that
appropriate preventive treatment.                                            teaches how to approach, support, and aid those in mental health
After this session, attendees should be able to:                             distress. This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of mental
                                                                             health first aid training. A longitudinal, pre-, post-, and 3-month
     Describe criteria for performing a screening test for tuberculosis
                                                                             follow-up study design was employed among university faculty and
       infection.
                                                                             staff. Preliminary analysis shows statistically significant improvements
     Compare available tests for latent tuberculosis infection.
                                                                             across eight different mental health related constructs after
     Discuss options for latent tuberculosis treatment.                      completion of training.
Presented by:                                                                After this session, attendees should be able to:
JASON STOUT, MD, MHS                                          CME: 1.25
                                                                                  Define the components of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA),
Professor of Medicine                                         CHES: 1.25
                                                                                    including the 5-step MHFA action plan.
Duke University Health System                                  CNE: 1.25
                                                                                  Identify significant outcomes associated with Mental Health
                                                                                    First Aid training.
                                                                                  Compare and contrast results from pre- and post- Mental
R 3:00 - 3:30 pm                                         Levels 2 and 3             Health First Aid (MHFA) evaluation.
                                                                                  Review the overall impact of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)
                                                                                    training on university faculty and staff to help students in
        SNACK BREAK                                                                 distress.

  with Sponsors and Exhibitors                                               Presented by:
                                                                             JESSICA GARCIA BHS, MPH-C, CPH-PROVISIONAL
                                                                             Graduate Research Assistant
                                                                             Center for Transdisciplinary Research in College Health, Wellbeing,
                                                                             and Success
                                                                             University of South Florida
R 3:30 - 4:30 pm                                      Meeting Room B         JENNIFER BLECK, PHD, MPH
HOT TOPICS: Administration                                                   Assistant Professor | Director of Support Services and Evaluation
                                                                             College of Public Health | Health and Wellness for Student Affairs
Members of the SCHA Board of Directors will facilitate a discussion          and Student Success
of the hot topics facing student health centers. All are invited to          University of South Florida
participate in an exchange of ideas around issues such as insurance
billing, staffing, student learning outcomes, and emergency                  RITA DEBATE PHD, MPH, FAED, FAAHB
management inclusive of active shooter and communicable diseases.            Executive Director
                                                                             Center for Transdisciplinary Research in
After this session, attendees should be able to:                             College Health, Wellbeing, and Success
     Identify three issues relevant to administrators in college health      University of South Florida
                                                                                                                                            CME: 1
       centers.
                                                                             AMY GATTO, MPH, BA                                            CHES: 1
     Describe strategies for optimizing response to three common             Research and Evaluation Specialist                           MCHES: 1
       issues facing college health administrators.                          Doctoral Research Assistant                                   PsyCE: 1
Coordinated by:                                                              University of South Florida                                    CNE: 1
KEN PITTMAN, MHA, FACHE
Executive Director
Campus Health                                                     CME: 1
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill                       CNE: 1

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