Preliminary Session Listing - Join fellow college health and wellness professionals from across the country at ACHA's first-ever Virtual Annual ...

 
Preliminary Session Listing - Join fellow college health and wellness professionals from across the country at ACHA's first-ever Virtual Annual ...
Join fellow college health and wellness
           professionals from across the country at
           ACHA’s first-ever Virtual Annual Meeting!

Preliminary Session Listing
Preliminary Session Listing - Join fellow college health and wellness professionals from across the country at ACHA's first-ever Virtual Annual ...
Schedule at a Glance

                                Week 1: ACHA Meetings Week 2: Education,                  Week 3: Mentoring
Table of Conetnts               and Networking                Exhibits, and Posters Tuesday, June 15
                                Open to all; registration not Open to meeting registrants
2 Schedule at a Glance          required                                                   One-on-One Mentoring
                                                            Tuesday, June 8                Sessions
3 About ACHA 2021               Tuesday, June 1                                            8:00 am-5:00 pm (40 minute
                                                            Welcome/Keynote Session
5 Featured Speakers             Orientation Materials       11:00 am-12:00 pm              sessions)
7 Continuing Education          •    The State of ACHA                                     Open to meeting registrants
  Information                   •    Virtual Meeting        Virtual Exhibit Showcase
                                     Orientation            12:00 pm-12:45 pm
8 General Information                                                                      Wednesday, June 16
                                Pre-recorded to watch on-   2:15 pm-3:00 pm
9 ACHA Meetings and             demand                                                     Group Mentoring Sessions
  Networking Schedule
  (Week 1)                                                  Virtual Posters                11:00 am-4:00 pm (60 minute
                                Virtual Exhibit Showcase    4:00 pm-4:45 pm                sessions)
13 Live Education Session       Opening                                                    Open to all
   Listing (Week 2)             11:00 am-12:00 pm           General Sessions
21 On-Demand Session                                        12:45 pm-2:15 pm
   Listing (Released June 1)    Meetings                    3:00 pm-4:00 pm
                                12:15 pm-1:15 pm            4:45 pm-5:45 pm
29 ACHA Mentoring (Week 3)
                                1:30 pm-2:30 pm
                                2:45 pm-3:45 pm             Wednesday, June 9
                                4:00 pm-5:00 pm
                                5:15 pm-6:15 pm             Dorosin Memorial Lecture       All times in
                                Wednesday, June 2
                                                            11:00 am-12:00 pm
                                                                                           Eastern Time
                                                            Virtual Exhibit Showcase
                                Meetings                    12:00 pm-12:45 pm
                                11:00 am-12:00 pm
                                12:15 pm-1:15 pm            Virtual Posters
                                1:30 pm-2:30 pm             1:45 pm-2:30 pm
                                2:45 pm-3:45 pm
                                4:00 pm-5:00 pm             General Sessions
                                5:15 pm-6:15 pm             12:45 pm-1:45 pm
                                                            2:30 pm-3:30 pm
                                Thursday, June 3                                           On-Demand Education
                                Discussion Groups and       Presidential Closing Session   Sessions
                                Meetings                    3:45 pm-4:45 pm                Open to meeting registrants
                                11:00 am-12:00 pm
                                12:15 pm-1:15 pm            Assembly of                    Released Tuesday, June 1
                                1:30 pm-2:30 pm             Representatives
                                                                                           40+ On-Demand Sessions
                                2:45 pm-3:45 pm             5:00 pm-5:45 pm
                                                                                           Available in the ACHA
                                4:00 pm-5:00 pm                                            Education Center
                                5:15 pm-6:15 pm             ACHA Awards Ceremony
                                                                                           Pre-recorded to watch on-
                                                            6:00 pm-7:00 pm
                                                                                           demand; CE Credit available

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about ACHA 2021 Virtual

  What’s Happening, and when?
40+ On-Demand Education Sessions: June 1 (available through June 2022)
30+ Live Education Sessions and Featured Speakers: June 8-9
Live Session Recordings: Late June 2021
Exhibit Showcase: Opens June 1, available on-demand June 1-August 31
Poster Sessions: Open June 1, available on-demand June 1-August 31
ACHA Business and Adjunct Meetings: June 1-3
Group and Individual Mentoring Sessions: June 15-16
ACHA 2021 Awards Ceremony: June 9
Live Assembly of Representatives: June 9

                                 How do I access the virtual content?
All ACHA 2021 Virtual content will be available in the ACHA Education Center
(education.acha.org).
More details on how to access the Annual Meeting will be coming soon!

                                                        Schedule subject to change.   3
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Featured Speakers

Keynote Address
Tuesday, June 8
11:00 am-12:00 pm
Speaker TBD

Dorosin Memorial Lecture: Reflections on Race and Medicine in the
Year of COVID-19 and Nationwide Protests
Wednesday, June 9
11:00 am-12:00 pm

                      The ACHA 2021 Dorosin Memorial Lecture speaker is Damon
                      Tweedy, MD, from Duke University School of Medicine. Dr.
                      Tweedy is a New York Times bestselling author and speaker with a
                      focus on the impact of race on the medical profession at all lev-
                      els. This session will cover these disparities and steps that can be
                      taken to address them so that university health and counseling
                      centers can provide services to students of all backgrounds on
                      campus. Additionally, Dr. Tweedy will describe how to look inten-
                      tionally at systems of health care and counseling and presence (or
                      lack of ) support for students with regard to providers of color, and
                      supporting the professional work done by providers of color.

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Featured Speakers

    An interview with dr. Fauci and The 2021 Presidential Citation
                                        Wednesday, June 9, 3:45 pm-4:00 pm
                                        Anthony S. Fauci, MD is director of the National Institute of
                                        Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) at the U.S. National
                                        Institutes of Health, where he oversees an extensive research
                                        portfolio focused on infectious and immune-mediated
                                        diseases. As the long-time chief of the NIAID Laboratory
                                        of Immunoregulation, Dr. Fauci has made many seminal
                                        contributions in basic and clinical research and is one of the
                                        world’s most-cited biomedical scientists. He was one of the
                                        principal architects of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS
                                        Relief (PEPFAR), a program that has saved millions of lives
                                        throughout the developing world.
                                        In a brief pre-recorded session, Dr. Fauci will accept the
                                        ACHA Presidential Citation for his courageous leadership and
                                        unwavering commitment to the scientific approach in the face
                                        of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Fauci will then be interviewed
                                        by ACHA President Kim Webb, and will speak about vaccine
                                        acceptance and confidence, fall 2021 campus re-opening, vaccine
                                        mandates for students, faculty and staff, and ongoing COVID
                                        mitigation and safety approaches for the foreseeable future.

Closing Presidential Session
Wednesday, June 9
4:00 pm-4:45 pm
                                        Anne Schuchat, MD has been Principal Deputy Director of CDC since
                                        2015, serving as acting CDC director in 2017 and 2018. She was Direc-
                                        tor of CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases
                                        from 2006-2015 and Chief of the Respiratory Diseases Branch from
                                        1998-2005. She joined CDC as an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer
                                        in 1988. She’s been instrumental in CDC emergency responses includ-
                                        ing the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2019 outbreak of vaping associated
                                        lung injuries, the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic and the 2003 SARS
                                        outbreak in Beijing. She collaborated on meningitis, pneumonia and
                                        Ebola vaccine trials in West Africa and surveillance and prevention proj-
                                        ects in South Africa.

                                        In 2018, Dr. Schuchat retired from the Commissioned Corps of the United
                                        States Public Health Service as Rear Admiral.

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General Meeting Information

Check here for Continuing Education Statements, which will be updated throughout
the spring. Specific credit details for individual sessions will be included in the Final
Program and posted to the website in mid-May.

Overall Purpose: In keeping with the ACHA Strategic Plan, the purpose of the ACHA Annual
Meeting is to provide high-quality education to college health professionals, students, and other
stakeholders to enhance the skills and capacities needed to advance health and build healthier
campus communities.

Target Audience: The target audience for the ACHA Annual Meeting includes college health
professionals, students, and other stakeholders.

Commercial Support: At the time of this posting, we have not received any commercial support.

Sponsor Disclosures: At the time of posting, we have received general meeting sponsorship from
Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Togetherall, UnitedHealthcare StudentResources, Wellfleet
Student and My Student Support Program.

Non Endorsement: ACHA does not endorse any products or services that are displayed or referred
to in conjunction with this activity and is not responsible for the actual presentation of content
during scientific sessions.

Successful Completion: Participants must attest that they attended the entire session and
successfully pass the post-test (with a score of 80% or higher) in order to earn credit/contact hours
and obtain a CE certificate. Further instructions will be emailed to you prior to the event.

Conflict of interest: There is no conflict of interest for anyone with the ability to control content of this
activity except:
• S. Shahzad Mustafa, MD, has disclosed that he is on speaker’s bureaus for Genentech, Regeneron, GSK,
    AstraZeneca, and CSL Behring.
•   Chris Adigan, MD, has disclosed that he is a speaker for Amgen and DermTec, is a consultant for for
    PhotonMD and Sciton, and is a speaker, consultant, and advisory board member for Lumenis.

Expiration Date: The expiration date for continuing education credit/contact hours for all on-demand
sessions is June 1, 2022.

ACHA guards against discrimination in selecting faculty or participants for continuing education activities,
and makes every effort to maintain awareness of individual differences with respect to the following, listed
in alphabetical order: age; gender identity, including transgender; marital status; physical size; psychologi-
cal/physical/learning disability; race/ethnicity; religious, spiritual, or cultural identity; sex; sexual orientation;
socioeconomic status; veteran status. Faculty are chosen for their expertise to meet specific needs of train-
ees and their availability. Faculty and participants are not asked to identify any sensitive information and no
selection is made on the basis of the individual differences listed above.
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Week 1:
ACHA Meetings
and Networking

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ACHA Meetings and Networking

Tuesday, June 1                          2:45 pm – 3:45 pm                           5:15 pm – 6:15 pm

 11:00 am – 12:00 pm                    ACHA Committee, Coalition and               Health Promotion Section New
                                                                                    Member Welcome
                                        Task Force Meetings                         More details to come.
                                        These meetings are for members of the
Exhibit Showcase Opening                following groups. Note that coalition       Nursing Section Welcome Session
More details to come.                   meetings are open to all members.           Nurses are invited to our virtual bring-
                                                                                    your-own-snack gathering, where
                                        AVP/AVCs Health & Well-Being Task           participants will meet other nurses from
                                        Force                                       around the country who may be attend-
 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm                     Campus Safety and Violence Coalition
                                                                                    ing for the first time or who are returning
                                                                                    to another ACHA meeting. This Welcome
                                                                                    to the Nursing Section, will provide an
                                        Connected College Health Network            opportunity to talk with the Nursing
ACHA Committee, Coalition and           Committee                                   Section Executive Committee in a casual
Task Force Meetings                     Ethnic Diversity Coalition
                                                                                    setting, and learn about ways you could
                                                                                    become involved in ACHA.
These meetings are for members of the
following groups. Note that coalition   Healthy Campus Coalition                    Advanced Practice Clinicians New
meetings are open to all members.
                                        Sports Medicine Coalition                   Member Welcome
Best Practices for Sensitive Exams
                                                                                    Advanced Practice Clinicians are invited
COVID-19 Task Force                                                                 to our virtual bring your-own-Tea Time
                                                                                    gathering, where participants will meet
Ethics Committee                         4:00 pm – 5:00 pm                          other APCs from around the country
                                                                                    who may be attending for the first time
Faculty & Staff Resiliency Task Force                                               or who are returning to another ACHA
Leadership Institute Committee
                                        Section Executive Committee                 meeting. This Welcome to the APC
                                                                                    Section will provide an opportunity
                                        Meetings                                    to talk with the APC Section Executive
LGBTQ+ Health Coalition                 These meetings are for section officers     Committee in a casual setting, and learn
                                        (and those they designate) to discuss       about ways you could become involved
                                        section business and prepare for the full   in ACHA.
                                        section meeting.
 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm                      Administration Section Executive            ACHA Committee, Coalition and
                                        Committee                                   Task Force Meetings
ACHA Committee, Coalition and           Health Promotion Section Executive          These meetings are for members of the
Task Force Meetings                     Committee                                   following groups. Note that coalition
These meetings are for members of the                                               meetings are open to all members.
following groups. Note that coalition   Mental Health Section Executive
meetings are open to all members.       Committee                                   Vaccine-Preventable Diseases
                                                                                    Advisory Committee
ACHA-NCHA Advisory Committee            Nurse Administrator Section Executive
                                        Committee
Education Planning Committee
                                        Nursing Section Executive Committee
Health Center Fees Task Force
                                        Pharmacy Section Executive
Historically Black Colleges and         Committee
Universities (HBCU) Coalition

Sexual Health Coalition

Travel Health Coalition

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ACHA Meetings and Networking

Wednesday, June 2                             1:30 pm – 2:30 pm                             4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

 11:00 am – 12:00 pm                         Affiliate Executive Committee ACHA Committee, Coalition and
                                             Meetings                      Task Force Meetings
                                             These meetings are for affiliate officers     These meetings are for members of the
Psychiatry Fellowship Discussion             (and those they designate) to discuss         following groups. Note that coalition
Group                                        affiliate business and prepare for the full   meetings are open to all members.
Connect with fellow psychiatrists and        affiliate meeting.
other mental health prescribers to dis-                                                    Benchmarking Advisory Committee
cuss mutual areas of interest in providing   Central College Health Association
psychiatric care to students.                Executive Committee                           Faculty and Staff Health and Wellness
                                                                                           Coalition
                                             Mid-America College Health
ACHA Committee, Coalition and                Association Executive Committee
Task Force Meetings
These meetings are for members of the        New England College Health                     5:15 pm – 6:15 pm
following groups. Note that coalition        Association Executive Committee
meetings are open to all members.
                                             North Central College Health
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs            Association Executive Committee               Section Networking
                                                                                           Section members are encouraged to
Coalition                                                                                  come together virtually to socialize.
                                             Ohio College Health Association
Student Health Insurance/Benefits            Exectuive Committee                           Administration Section Networking
Plans Coalition
                                                                                           Advanced Practice Clinicians
Full Section Meetings                                                                      Networking
These meetings are for all section            2:45 pm – 3:45 pm
members to come together to hear                                                           Clinical Medicine Section Networking
about the work being done by your
section and plans for future initiatives.    Affiliate Executive Committee                 Health Promotion Section Networking

Advanced Practice Clinicians                 Meetings                                      Mental Health Section Networking
                                             These meetings are for affiliate officers
Clinical Medicine Section                    (and those they designate) to discuss         Nurse Administrator Section
                                             affiliate business and prepare for the full   Networking
                                             affiliate meeting.

 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm                          Pacific Coast College Health
                                             Association Executive Committee

                                             Southern College Health Association
Full Section Meetings                        Executive Committee
These meetings are for all section mem-
bers to come together to hear about the
work being done by your section and
plans for future initiatives.

Administration Section

Health Promotion Section

Mental Health Section

Nursing Section

Nurse Administrator Section

Pharmacy Section

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ACHA Meetings and Networking

Thursday, June 3                             COVID-19 Task Force
                                             Past, present and future campus response
                                             to COVID-19 will be discussed. A review of
                                                                                           2:45 pm – 3:45 pm
                                             the work of the COVID-19 Task Force will
                                             be woven into the conversation.
                                                                                          Full Affiliate Meetings
 11:00 am – 12:00 pm                                                                      These meetings are for all affiliate mem-
                                             Faith-Based Fellowship                       bers to come together to hear about the
                                             Discussion will include topics of interest   work being done by your affiliate and
College Health and Wellness                  to attendees from faith-based schools        plans for future initiatives.
Consulting                                   and/or individuals of faith, including
Discussion will include benefits of exter-                                                Mid-Atlantic College Health
                                             resources and special interest issues.
nal reviews from seasoned veterans in                                                     Association
college health.                              Pharmacy Section Gathering
                                             Bring your lunch and talk with your          New England College Health
Registered Dietitians Networking             colleagues about current issues in college   Association
Discussion will include mutual areas of      health pharmacy.
interest among fellow dietitians in pro-                                                  Pacific Coast College Health
viding care to students.                     Gun Violence Task Force                      Association
                                             Members of the task force will meet to
Strategic Planning                           discuss progress/status of the task force.   Rocky Mountain College Health
More details to come.                                                                     Association
Development of an ACHA                                                                    Southern College Health Association
Clearinghouse for Sexual and
Relationship Violence Prevention and
                                              1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Response Resource Discussion
Drawing from previous work of task                                                         4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
forces that created and updated the          Full Affiliate Meetings
ACHA Toolkit: Addressing Sexual and          These meetings are for all affiliate mem-
Relationship Violence, this discussion
addresses the next step of the creation
                                             bers to come together to hear about the
                                             work being done by your affiliate and
                                                                                          Affiliate Networking
                                                                                          Affiliate members are encouraged to
and development of a clearinghouse for       plans for future initiatives.
                                                                                          come together virtually to socialize.
sexual and relationship violence preven-
tion and response resources. Participants    Central College Health Association
                                                                                          Mid-Atlantic College Health
will engage in discussion to identify        Mid-America College Health                   Association Networking
subcategories and associated resources.
                                             Association
It is the intention to use what is learned                                                New England College Health
as a framework for the development of        New York State College Health                Association Networking
the ACHA clearinghouse as a resource.        Association
                                                                                          New York College Health Association
Women of Color                               North Central College Health                 Networking
More details to come.
                                             Association
                                                                                          Ohio and Mid-America College Health
Travel Health Discussion Group                                                            Associations Networking
                                             Ohio College Health Association
More details to come.
                                             Southwest College Health Association

 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm

CHWP Participant Networking
College Health and Wellness Profes-
sional (CHWP) enrollees and graduates
are invited to connect with your fellow
program participants, faculty, and CHWP
leadership.

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Week 2:
live Education
Sessions,
Exhibits,
and Posters
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Tuesday, June 8                               A2 An Intradepartmental Research-
                                              Practice Partnership
                                                                                             A4 Developing and Implementing
                                                                                             White Accountability and Learning
                                                                                             Groups on Campus
                                              After this session, attendees should be
                                              able to:                                       After this session, attendees should be
 11:00 AM – 12:00 pM                                                                         able to:
                                              1.   Explain the benefits of an intrade-
                                                   partmental research-practice part-        1.    Define the purpose of white
Keynote Address: Stay Tuned for                    nership in student health.                      accountability groups on campus.
Updates!
                                              2.   Compare different funding opportu-        2.    Discuss the need for and two beneits
                                                   nities for a student health research            of white accountability groups.
                                                   office.
                                                                                             3.    Name two resources that can be
 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm                          3.   Discuss how to build a diverse,                 used to develop white accountability
                                                   innovative, interdisciplinary research          groups.
                                                   team.
Exhibit Showcase                                                                             Presenter(s): Marian Trattner, MSW, CHWP,
More details to come.                         4.   Describe the potential roles of           Mariane Magjuka, EdD, MEd (Wake Forest
                                                   student researchers in the field of       University); Joleen Nevers, MAEd, CHES, CSE,
                                                   collegiate health.                        CSES (University of Connecticut); Megan
                                                                                             Marks, PhD, MA, and Ashley Hinton-Moncer,
                                              Presenter(s): Kelli Agrawal, MPH, TTS, Casey
 12:45 pm – 2:15 pm                           Rayfield, and Ronald Berry, MD (University     MPH, MS (University of Kentucky)
                                              of Florida)
                                                                                             A5 Adopting the Healthy Campus
A1 Implementing a Streamlined LARC                                                           Framework: Using the Inventory to
                                              A3 The Role of Pharmacy Benefits
Program and Managing Common Side                                                             Build Capacity
                                              Managers in the Delivery of Pharmacy
Effects and Complications
                                              Services                                       After this session, attendees should be
After this session, attendees should be                                                      able to:
                                              After this session, attendees should be
able to:
                                              able to:                                       1.    Discuss the components of the new
1.   Discuss how a web-based LARC                                                                  Healthy Campus Framework.
                                              1.   Discuss the history and current
     consultation service improved LARC
                                                   role of pharmacy benefit managers         2.    Describe the Healthy Campus
     access and reduced appointment
                                                   (PBMs).                                         Inventory.
     barriers, while reducing the need for
     in-person, phone, and telemedicine       2.   Review current reimbursement              3.    Identify ways to build capacity at
     appointments to provide the same              trends for community-based phar-                their home institutions.
     consultation service.                         macy services.
                                                                                             Presenter(s): Monica Webb, PhD, MPH,
2.   Discuss implementation of a web-         3.   Describe the financial impacts            CHES (University of Florida)
     based LARC consultation program               of PBM practices on pharmacies,
     on their campus to improve LARC               patients, the healthcare system, and
     access.                                       the taxpayer.
3.   Describe the key advantages, disad-      4.   Identify measures currently being
     vantages, and primary eligibility cri-        taken to regulate PBM practices.
     teria of the LARC methods relevant
     to university students.                  5.   Identify strategies to mitigate PBM
                                                   reimbursement reduction.
4.   Describe management of the most
     common side effects and complica-        Presenter(s): Justin Kirby, PharmD, BCACP,          Recordings for all live sessions will
     tions of LARC methods.                   NBC-HWC (Lipscomb University)                          be available late June 2021.

Presenter(s): Melanie Deal, MS, FNP-BC,
WHNP-BC, and Eleanore Kim, MD (University                                                         Meeting attendees will be eligible
of California, Berkeley)                                                                            for CE credit from recordings if
                                                                                                   applicable based on credit type.

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Live Education Sessions

Tuesday, June 8                                3:00 pm – 4:00 pm                            B3 Means Reduction Strategies for
                                                                                            Suicide Prevention
                                                                                            After this session, attendees should be
                                              B1 The Ball’s in Your Court:
                                                                                            able to:
 12:45 pm – 2:15 pm (Cont.)                   Addressing Men’s Sexual Health
                                              Concerns in a College Health Setting          1.     Describe the rationale for means
                                                                                                   reduction through examples of
A6 Kind Mind: Encouraging Self-               After this session, attendees should be              research and practice.
Compassion                                    able to:
                                                                                            2.     Identify means reduction strategies
After this session, attendees should be       1.   Discuss certain language that may               and resources for training and imple-
able to:                                           discourage patient openness in                  mentation.
                                                   discussing sexual health.
1.   Describe the demands placed on                                                         3.     Discuss tools for campus assessment
     students that cause self-criticism.      2.   List differential diagnoses for pre-            and coalition building.
                                                   senting male urogenital complaints.
2.   Discuss the impact that self-criticism                                                 Presenter(s): Brian Kassar, PsyD (Montana
     has on positive well-being.              3.   Describe current treatment recom-        State University)
                                                   mendations for sexually-transmitted
3.   Discuss the definition of self-com-           infections (STIs) and other male
                                                                                            B4 Fitting Their Schedules: Best
     passion and the benefits of practic-          urogenital concerns.
     ing self-compassion.                                                                   Practices for Maximizing Efficiency at
                                              4.   Describe possible sequelae from          Mass Vaccination Clinics on College
4.   Describe ways to incorporate                  untreated infections or issues.          Campuses
     self-compassion into working with
     students and colleagues.                 Presenter(s): Benjamin Silverberg, MD, MSc,   After this session, attendees should be
                                              FAAFP, FCUCM (West Virginia University)       able to:
Presenter(s): Becca Rampe, PsyD (University
of North Carolina Wilmington)                 B2 A Mindfulness and Self-                    1.     Describe benefits of mass vaccina-
                                              Compassion Program for Gender and                    tion clinics.
                                              Sexual Minority Emerging Adults:              2.     Identify important elements of an
                                              Lessons Learned                                      efficient mass vaccination clinic.
 2:15 pm – 3:00 pm                            After this session, attendees should be       3.     List strategies for implementing
                                              able to:                                             efficient mass vaccination efforts on
Exhibit Showcase                                                                                   your campus.
More details to come.                         1.   Discuss the health disparities faced
                                                   by gender and sexual minority (GSM)      Presenter(s): Lauren Cordova, MSEd
                                                   emerging adults.                         (University of Pennsylvania)

                                              2.   Define minority stress.
                                              3.   Explain how learning mindfulness
                                                   meditation and self-compassion
                                                   skills might benefit GSM emerging
                                                   adults.
                                              4.   List three recommendations for
                                                   future iterations of mindfulness
                                                   programs for the GSM community.
                                              Presenter(s): Jennifer Ahlquist, MSN, RN,
                                              ANP-BC (Nursing Practice Corporation/
                                              Wayne State University)
                                                                                                 Recordings for all live sessions will
                                                                                                    be available late June 2021.

                                                                                                 Meeting attendees will be eligible
                                                                                                   for CE credit from recordings if
                                                                                                  applicable based on credit type.

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Live Education Sessions

Tuesday, June 8                              3.   Identify steps that the RMHI task
                                                  force utilized to assist with the
                                                  assessment of campus needs.
                                                                                           C2 Mental Health, Burnout, and
                                                                                           Wellness During COVID
                                                                                           After this session, attendees should be
                                             4.   Name action steps that ACHA can          able to:
 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm (Cont.)                        take to increase inclusion within the
                                                  association, and decrease health         1.    Define burnout.
                                                  inequities amongst college students.
B5 Nurse-Led Intervention Improves                                                         2.    Identify the impact of COVID-19 on
Cervical Cancer Screening Rates              Presenter(s): Raphael Coleman, PhD, MPH             provider wellness.
                                             (Columbia University); Emily Matson, MPH,
Among Students who Present for HPV                                                         3.    Identify techniques for promoting
                                             MCHES, CHWP (University of Minnesota);
Vaccination                                  Sinead Younge, PhD (Morehouse College);             wellness.
After this session, attendees should be      and Cynthia Burwell, MS, EdD, MCHES           Presenter(s): Bill Scheidler, MD (University
able to:                                     (Norfolk State University)                    of North Carolina)

1.   Define the extent of underutilization                                                 C3 Growth Through Change:
     of cervical screening tools among
                                                                                           Managing and Leading During
     university students.
                                              4:00 pm – 4:45 pm                            Uncertain Times
2.   Describe the discrepancy between
     HPV vaccination and cervical cancer                                                   After this session, attendees should be
     screening.                              Poster Showcase                               able to:
                                             More details to come.
3.   Compare medical provider-led to                                                       1.    Identify tools or strategies that best
     nurse-led counseling/intervention                                                           fit for challenges resulting from
     coupled with offering cervical cancer                                                       change.
     screening appointments to increase
     cervical cancer screening.               4:45 pm – 5:45 pm                            2.    Identify elements that challenge
                                                                                                 leading effectively during times of
Presenter(s): Tahshann Richards, DO, MPH,                                                        change.
Robert Bernales, DO, MPH, and Siobhan         C1 Adaptive Strategic Planning: Using
                                                                                           3.    Describe how to create a manage-
Southern, RN (Columbia University)           an Equity Lens to Create a Roadmap
                                                                                                 ment plan for effectively leading
                                             for the Future                                      through.
B6 ACHA Racial Marginalization and           After this session, attendees should be
Health Inequities Task Force Update                                                        Presenter(s): Jennifer DiPrete, MEd, CWHC,
                                             able to:                                      and Courtney DiPrete, MS (University of
After this session, attendees should be                                                    South Florida)
                                             1.   Discuss how to apply an equity and
able to:                                          inclusion lens to strategic planning.
1.   Describe the charge of ACHA Racial      2.   Describe engaging strategic plan-
     Marginalization and Health Inequi-           ning activities.
     ties (RMHI) task force.
                                             3.   Compare internal organizational
2.   Identify steps that the RMHI task            assessment approaches.
     force did to assess the marginaliza-
     tion of Black, Indigenous, and People   Presenter(s): Bene Gatzert, MPA (University
     of Color (BIPOC) folx within ACHA.      of California, Berkeley)

                                                                                                Schedule subject to change.          15
Live Education Sessions

Tuesday, June 8                               C5 What’s New in Allergy
                                              After this session, attendees should be
                                              able to:

 4:45 pm – 5:45 pm (Cont.)                    1.   Describe the indication for allergy     Recordings for all live sessions will
                                                   Immunotherapy (AIT) and effects of         be available late June 2021.
                                                   AIT.
C4 Promoting Mental Health and
                                              2.   Describe mechanism and different
Wellbeing of Students of Color:                    types of AIT.                           Meeting attendees will be eligible
Cultivating a Culture of Care,                                                               for CE credit from recordings if
Resiliency and Thriving                       3.   Describe safety considerations and       applicable based on credit type.
                                                   management of adverse reactions.
After this session, attendees should be
able to:                                      Presenter(s): S. Shahzad Mustafa, MD
                                              (Rochester Regional Health System)
1.   Describe specific recommendations
     for colleges and universities in the     C6 Inclusive Programming Toolkit:
     Equity in Mental Health Framework.       How Student Organizations Can Be
2.   Discuss implementation of a pro-         More Inclusive
     gram to meet mental health needs
     of students of color outside of tradi-   After this session, attendees should be
     tional therapy.                          able to:

3.   Describe how to develop an action        1.   Explain the importance of students
     plan for supporting and promoting             finding belonging on campus.
     the mental health of students of         2.   Identify how an inclusive program-
     color on campus.                              ming toolkit can be used on their
Presenter(s): Kiera Walker, MA, ALC, NCC,          campus.
April Coleman, MA, LPC, NCC, and Herbert      Presenter(s): Carlie Deatherage, MPH, CHES
Wilkerson, MS, LPC, JSOCC (University of      (University of Central Oklahoma)
Alabama at Birmingham)

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Live Education Sessions

Wednesday, June 9                            4.   Discuss strategies for handling
                                                  feelings of impostor syndrome for
                                                  themselves and others.
                                                                                           D4 Engaging Peer Educators in
                                                                                           Delivering Evidence-Based Brief
                                                                                           Motivational Interventions: Innovative
                                             Presenter(s): LeAnn Gutierrez, PhD, MBA       Training Models, Benefits, and
 11:00 am – 12:00 pm                         (Florida Atlantic University)                 Challenges
                                                                                           After this session, attendees should be
Dorosin Memorial Lecture: Reflections        D2 Trauma- and Resiliency-Informed            able to:
on Race and Medicine in the Year of          Programming
                                                                                           1.    Identify two evidence-based brief
COVID-19 and Nationwide Protests             After this session, attendees should be             motivational intervention practices in
                                             able to:                                            which peer educators can be trained
After this session, attendees should be
able to:                                                                                         and supervised.
                                             1.   Explain the impact of adverse child-
                                                  hood experiences (ACEs) and trauma       2.    Describe two methods of peer
1.   Describe how medical education                                                              education training focused on the
                                                  on college student health.
     and the health and mental health                                                            effective delivery of evidence-based
     care system perpetuate health           2.   Describe the implications of ACEs              brief motivational interventions.
     disparities.                                 and trauma within programming.
                                                                                           3.    Identify two benefits and challenges
2.   Discuss strategies to mitigate the      3.   Discuss practical strategies to imple-         associated with training peer educa-
     impact of racism and bias in the aca-        ment trauma and resiliency informed            tors to deliver evidence-based brief
     demic and health care systems                programming.                                   motivational intervention.
3.   Identify barriers to underrepresented   Presenter(s): Rebecca Rampe, PsyD, LP,        4.    Identify two benefits of participation
     minority recruitment and retention      HSP-P (University of North Carolina                 in evidence-based peer education
     in the health and mental health care    Wilmington)                                         practices to recipients of services
     system.                                                                                     and to peer educators delivering
Speaker: Damon Tweedy, MD (Duke              D3 Common Rashes in the College-                    services.
University School of Medicine)               Age Population, Across All Skin Types         Presenter(s): M. Dolores Cimini, PhD
                                             After this session, attendees should be       (University at Albany, SUNY)
                                             able to:
                                                                                           D5 Examining Administrative
 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm                         1.   Differentiate common inflammatory
                                                  and infectious skin conditions in
                                                                                           Principles for the Nurse Who
                                                                                           Transitioned from Staff to Supervisor
                                                  multiple skin types.
Exhibit Showcase                             2.   Identify pigmentation abnormali-         After this session, attendees should be
More details to come.                             ties that may result from common         able to:
                                                  inflammatory and infectious skin         1.    Define the role of a nurse manager.
                                                  conditions.
                                                                                           2.    Describe basic managerial strategies.
 12:45 pm – 1:45 pm                          3.   Discuss treatment options for com-
                                                  mon inflammatory and infectious          3.    Discuss approaches to routine chal-
                                                  skin conditions in multiple skin               lenges of the nurse manager.
D1 Diverse Workforce Retention                    types.
                                                                                           4.    Identify ways to gain current profes-
Alert: Impostor Phenomenon Warning           4.   Describe long-term sequelae that               sional development and leadership
After this session, attendees should be           may occur from common inflamma-                training.
able to:                                          tory and infectious skin conditions in
                                                                                           Presenter(s): Pamela Stokes, MHCA, DNP,
                                                  multiple skin types.
                                                                                           RN (Oklahoma State University)
1.   Discuss how to increase awareness
                                             Presenter(s): Chris Adigun, MD (Dermatology
     and understanding of Impostor
                                             & Laser Center of Chapel Hill)
     Syndrome.
2.   Describe how to recognize Impostor
     Syndrome experiences and out-
     comes.
3.   Identify the top challenges from
     impostor syndrome.

                                                                                                Schedule subject to change.        17
Live Education Sessions

Wednesday, June 9                                 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm                              E3 Combining Campus Resources
                                                                                                with Evidence-Based Practice to Meet
                                                                                                the Sexual Health Needs of Campus
                                                 E1 Hot Topics In Gastroenterology for
                                                                                                After this session, attendees should be
 12:45 pm – 1:45 pm (Cont.)                      Student Health
                                                                                                able to:
                                                 After this session, attendees should be
                                                 able to:                                       1.   Describe sexual health needs of the
D6 Increasing Pharmacy Efficiency                                                                    campus, using various assessment
and Patient Engagement via                       1.   Identify alarm symptoms for patients           tools and public health trends/data.
Technology                                            who may have ulcerative colitis or        2.   Explain evidence-based practices for
                                                      Crohn’s disease.                               sexual health education, in order to
After this session, attendees should be                                                              develop a well-rounded program.
able to:                                         2.   Identify alarm symptoms for patients
                                                      who may have eosinophilic esoph-          3.   Identify the importance of cross
1.   Describe the technological needs of              agitis.                                        campus collaboration to create a
     Generation Z patients.                      3.   Differentiate between irritable bowel          healthier student body.
2.   Identify areas for technology                    disease and inflammatory bowel            Presenter(s): Jessica Doty, RN/BAN, and
     enhancements.                                    disease.                                  Sonia Doulamis, MPH (University of North
3.   Define ways to enhance care delivery.       4.   Explain to patients how to treat and      Dakota)
                                                      improve dyspepsia.
4.   Discuss ways to reduce pharmacy
                                                 5.   Describe how to work-up/treat gas-        E4 Prescribing and Promoting
     inefficiencies.
                                                      tritis and gastric ulcers.                Expedited Partner Therapy
Presenter(s): Melvin Fenner, MBA, PhD, and
Brian Aubry, BS (The University of Illinois at   Presenter(s): Benjamin Levy, MD (Sinai         After this session, attendees should be
Urbana-Champaign)                                Health System), and Nina Gupta, MD             able to:
                                                 (University of Chicago)
                                                                                                1.   Describe how to choose an effective
                                                                                                     and safe treatment for the sexual
                                                 E2 Sexual Diversity on Campus:                      partner(s) of a patient who is positive
 1:45 pm – 2:30 pm                               Distinguishing Between Consensual                   for a common sexually transmitted
                                                 Sexual Behaviors from Reportable                    infection (STI).
                                                 Title IX
                                                                                                2.   Describe how to effectively promote
Poster Showcase
                                                 After this session, attendees should be             expedited partner therapy (EPT) to
More details to come.
                                                 able to:                                            students, including how to utilize
                                                                                                     EPT for treatment of their sexual
                                                 1.   Identify three consensual sexual               partner(s).
                                                      behaviors that are commonly con-
                                                      fused with sexual violence.               3.   Describe how to navigate the legal
                                                                                                     status of EPT in the state where the
                                                 2.   List three strategies to have discus-          learner is practicing and the poli-
                                                      sions with students about consensual           cies surrounding EPT in their health
                                                      sexual behaviors.                              center.
                                                 3.   Discuss when consensual sexual            Presenter(s): Joanne Brown, DNP, APRN
                                                      behaviors may need to be reported         (University of Kentucky); John Laury, MSN,
                                                      to Title IX.                              CNP (University of Pennsylvania); and
                                                 Presenter(s): Heather Eastman-Mueller, PhD,    Blake Flaugher, MPH, CHES (University of
                                                 CHES, FACHA, CSES, CSE (Indiana University);   California, Davis)
                                                 Sara Oswalt, PhD (University of Texas at San
                                                 Antonio); and Joleen Nevers, MAEd, CHES,
                                                 CSE, CSES (University of Connecticut)

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Live Education Sessions

Wednesday, June 9                            3:45 pm – 4:45 pm                               5:00 pm – 5:45 pm
                                            Preparing Thriving and Inclusive                Assembly of Representatives
 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm (Cont.)                  Campus Communities in the                       If you are a qualified voting member of
                                            Aftermath of COVID-19                           ACHA, plan to attend the 2021 Assembly
                                                                                            of Representatives and help shape the
E5 Serving Black Female Students            After this session, attendees should be         governance of ACHA by voting on rec-
Through Support Groups                      able to:                                        ommended bylaws amendments. You’ll
                                                                                            also hear reports from the ACHA Interim
After this session, attendees should be     1.   Discuss how to better prepare our          CEO and treasurer, plus the ACHF Chair.
able to:                                         campus communities for public              In addition, the incoming ACHA Presi-
                                                 health measures and interventions          dent will give an address.
1.   Identify a rationale for creating           needed on our campuses for the
     support groups for Black female             remainder of the COVID-19 pandemic
     students.                                   and in future pandemic and public
                                                 health emergencies.
2.   Identify strategies for creating                                                        6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
     support groups for Black female        2.   Describe how to interpret the needed
     students.                                   steps in recovery from COVID-19
                                                 through a positive lens, addressing        ACHA Awards Ceremony
Presenter(s): Brandie Chandler, MS, MSW          racial equality and health inequity as     Come celebrate with your colleagues as
(Oklahoma State University)                      we move forward.                           we honor the 2021 Award Recipients and
                                                                                            Fellows.
E6 Sustaining a Quality Program             Presenter(s): Anne Schuchat, MD (U.S. Centers
                                            for Disease Control and Prevention)
During the Pandemic
After this session, attendees should be                                                       Recordings for all live sessions will
able to:                                                                                         be available late June 2021.

1.   Describe how the pandemic has
     challenged quality programs.                                                             Meeting attendees will be eligible
                                                                                                for CE credit from recordings if
2.   Explain how the Quality & Safety
                                                                                               applicable based on credit type.
     (Q&S) Orientation can be leveraged
     for compliance and engagement.
3.   Explain how Peer Chart Reviews can
     continue remotely.
4.   Describe how Patient Experience
     surveys can be modified to allow for
     newly prevalent video and phone
     visits.
Presenter(s): Sandra Villafán, MLIS, RHIT
(Stanford University)

                                                                                              Schedule subject to change.        19
On-Demand
Education
Session Listing

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On-Demand Education Sessions

Released June 1                            R3 ACHA Task Force Summary on Best
                                           Practices for Chaperoning Sensitive
                                                                                            R5 Achieving AAAHC Accreditation
                                                                                           for College Health
                                           Examinations: Recommendations on
                                                                                           After this session, attendees should be
R1 A Multidisciplinary Approach to         Policies, Guidelines, Competencies
                                                                                           able to:
Working with International Chinese         and Patient Safety
Students Struggling with an Eating                                                         1.    Identify the steps required to start
                                           After this session, attendees should be
Disorder                                                                                         the process of getting ready for
                                           able to:                                              accreditation.
After this session, attendees should be
                                           1.   Describe the ACHA position on key          2.    Identify the eight core and applica-
able to:
                                                components of a chaperone/sensi-                 ble adjunct chapters required for
1.   Explain the role of the interdisci-        tive exam policy.                                accreditation compliance.
     plinary team treating students with   2.   Discuss the education materials
     eating disorders.                                                                     3.    Identify how other schools were able
                                                intended to help staff carry out safe,           to achieve accreditation.
2.   Describe eating disorder diagnoses.        appropriate sensitive examinations.
                                                                                           Presenter(s): Joy Himmel, PsyD, MA,
3.   Discuss barriers and solutions to     3.   Describe reporting responsibilities        BSN, LCPC, NCC, RN (Bodhi Counseling);
     treating this unique population,           for employees, evaluation of patient       Valerie Kiefer, DNP, MS, BSN (University of
     especially with non-compliant cases        concerns, and appropriate escalation       Connecticut)
     and COVID-19 impact.                       of concerns within an organization.
4.   Explain the importance of psycho-     4.   Describe the assessment strategy           R6 An Evidence-Based Case for Space:
     pharmacology and dietary supple-           to determine the current scope of          Strategic Space Planning Using a
     mental treatment.                          student vulnerability to inappropri-       Demand Forecast Model
                                                ate healthcare exams or provider
Presenter(s): Danielle Gonzales, PsyD,          interactions.                              CANCELLED BY PRESENTER
NHRSP, Parissa Nili, PsyD, and Heather
Needham, MD (University of Southern        Presenter(s): Susan Ernst, MD (University
California)                                of Michigan); Mary Landry, MD (Univer-
                                           sity of Wisconsin-Madison); Robert Ernst,
                                           MD (University of Michigan); Stephanie
R2 ACHA Ethical Principles and             Hanenberg, MSN, FNP-C, FACHA (University
Guidelines Reviewed by the Ethics          of Colorado Colorado Springs); Kim Webb,
Committee                                  MEd, LPC, FACHA (Washington University
                                           in St. Louis)
CANCELLED BY PRESENTER

                                           R4 ACHA-NCHA Update
                                           After this session, attendees should be
                                           able to:
                                           1.   Describe new measures added to the
                                                ACHA-NCHA III.
                                           2.   Explain reliability and validity of the
                                                NCHA III.
                                           3.   Discuss findings from the Fall 2019,
                                                Spring 2020, and Fall 2020 ACHA-
                                                NCHA III implementations.
                                           Presenter(s): Mary Hoban, PhD, MCHES
                                           (American College Health Association); Alyssa
                                           Lederer, PhD, MCHES (Tulane University)

                                                                                                Schedule subject to change.         21
On-Demand Education Sessions

R7 Becoming a Trauma-Informed                     2.   Identify actionable goals to create a    R11 Could Nutrient Inadequacy
University Healthcare System                           more inclusive campus environment        be Driving COVID-19 Long-Hauler
                                                  3.   Describe student health outcomes         Symptoms?
After this session, attendees should be
able to:                                               related to identity and orientation      After this session, attendees should be
                                                  4.   Discuss common errors in treatment       able to:
1.   Describe the impact of traumatic
                                                       and learn techniques to mitigate
     experiences on the utilization of                                                          1.   Identify possible COVID-19 symp-
                                                       damage from other negative inter-
     primary care, behavioral health care,                                                           toms of long-haulers in college-age
                                                       actions
     academic attainment and health                                                                  individuals.
     disparities for a diverse university         Presenter(s): Joanna Schwartz, PhD (Georgia
     student population from a psycho-                                                          2.   List the most likely nutrient deficits
                                                  College and State University)
     logical, social and neurobiological                                                             in college-age students based on
     perspective.                                                                                    National Health and Nutrition Educa-
                                                  R9 Cardiac Considerations in Athletes              tion Survey data.
2.   Describe organizational assessments          and Post COVID-19 Infection
     to inform action plans for transfor-                                                       3.   Describe the overlap in symptoms
     mation into a trauma-informed orga-          After this session, attendees should be            between common subclinical
     nization, (e.g., Secondary Traumatic         able to:                                           nutrient deficiencies and COVID-19
     Stress Organizational Assessment,                                                               long-hauler consequences.
                                                  1.   Identify risk factors in athletes post
     Trauma Informed Organizational                                                             4.   Describe the best dietary supple-
                                                       COVID infection.
     Assessment).                                                                                    ment plan to add to treatment
                                                  2.   Describe the necessary screening to           recommendations.
3.   Discuss how to implement Adverse                  resume activity safely.
     Childhood Experiences Surveys                                                              Presenter(s): Joannie Dobbs, PhD, CNS
     (ACEs) as a screening tool to devel-         3.   Explain the research behind the          (University of Hawaii, retired)
     op trauma-informed and culturally                 recommendations for cardiac
     relevant prevention and intervention              screening.
                                                                                                R12 COVID CARE at UNF: Creating
     strategies.
                                                  Presenter(s): Kyle Goerl, MD, CAQSM           Health Care in a Remote Student
4.   Describe “lessons learned” while             (Kansas State University); Kimberly Harnon,   Location
     becoming trauma-informed (devel-             MD (University of Washington); Bradley
     opment of the TIC work group, “staff         Petek, MD (Massachusetts General Hospital)    After this session, attendees should be
     buy-in,” organization-wide trainings,                                                      able to:
     physical environment changes, TIC            R10 Connected College Health
     protocols and practices for service                                                        1.   Describe the details of the choice of
                                                  Network (CCHN)                                     location and siting of an alternative
     providers).
                                                                                                     health clinic site to support students
Presenter(s): Brenda Ingram, EdD, MSW,            After this session, attendees should be            on campus in isolation and quarantine.
LCSW, Katie Hurley, MSW; Sarah Van Orman,         able to:
MD, MMM; Grace McMahon; Deirdre Logan,                                                          2.   Explain the requirements, planning
                                                  1.   Describe the data elements in the             and creation of a remote clinic site
MD, FACOG, MMM; Katie Bates, MS, APCC;                 CCHN.
Jessica Beale, PsyD (University of Southern                                                          for students in isolation and quaran-
California) (University of Southern California)   2.   Demonstrate how to utilize the                tine.
                                                       CCHN to create benchmark reports.        3.   Define how nursing students can
 R8 Best Practices for Non-Binary                 3.   Discuss practical uses for CCHN-              meet educational objectives for their
and Transgender Student Campus                         generated reports for benchmarking            clinical course while providing care
Inclusivity and Mental Health Services                 and advocacy.                                 in a satellite clinic on campus.

                                                  Presenter(s): Sarah Van Orman, MD, MMM        4.   Discuss telehealth opportunities for
After this session, attendees should be
                                                  (University of Southern California); Mary          nursing students and DNP students.
able to:
                                                  Hoban, PhD, MCHES (American College           Presenter(s): Doreen Perez, DNP, MS, BSN,
1.   Understand trans and nonbinary               Health Association)                           RN-BC and Linda Connelly, PhD (University
     people and the challenges that                                                             of North Florida)
     subpopulation faces on college
     campuses.

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R13 Developing and Implementing                R15 Dietary Supplement and Herb                R17 Establishing Healthy, Inclusive,
a Process for Combating Anti-Black             Use Among College Students                     and Thriving Communities: Best
Racism in a University Healthcare                                                             Practices from Active Minds’ Healthy
                                               After this session, attendees should be
System                                                                                        Campus Award Recipients
                                               able to:
After this session, attendees should be                                                       After this session, attendees should be
                                               1.   Discuss the most popular herbal and
able to:                                                                                      able to:
                                                    dietary supplements used among
1.   Describe how to develop a strategic            college students, along with safety       1.    Identify strategies to improve overall
     process that meets the equity and              and pharmacology of each.                       mental health, well-being, and stu-
     inclusion needs of their organization.    2.   Describe how to read and interpret a            dent success based on the current
                                                    Supplement Facts Label.                         mental health climate.
2.   Identify barriers to systemic change.
                                               Presenter(s): Dawn Null, PhD, MS (Southern     2.    Describe the relationship between
3.   Describe the implementation and
                                               Illinois University)                                 student mental health and student
     maintenance of equity and inclusion                                                            thriving/success.
     efforts with sustainability in mind.
                                               R16 Dismantling the Inherent                   3.    Discuss strategies institutions can
4.   Explain how to frame equity and
                                               Privilege of Self-Care                               implement to improve student men-
     inclusion issues through a health lens.                                                        tal health.
Presenter(s): Tobirus Newby, LCSW, and         After this session, attendees should be
                                                                                              Presenter(s): Amy Gatto, MPH (Active
Chenitria McKenzie, BS (University of          able to:
                                                                                              Minds); Mary Ann Takemoto (California
California, Berkeley)
                                               1.   Identify three ways in which the          State University Long Beach)
                                                    culture of self-care is inaccessible to
R14 Development and Utilization of                  oppressed communities.                    R18 Finstas, Sugar Babies, and
a Decision Aid to Improve Access to
                                               2.   Describe three community care             Seeking Arrangements: Insights into
Care for Students Needing Psychiatric
                                                    frameworks.                               Student Transactional Sex
Medication
                                               3.   Identify five resources from long         After this session, attendees should be
After this session, attendees should be             oppressed communities (Black and          able to:
able to:                                            Indigenous peoples) which would
                                                    assist in centering the voices of         1.    Define the rapidly changing land-
1.   Define the typical work of the psy-                                                            scape of terms associated with
     chiatrist in college health settings.          oppressed communities in higher
                                                    education.                                      college sex work.
2.   Explain the basic principles of quality                                                  2.    List the negative health outcomes
     improvement as demonstrated by            Presenter(s): Nishelli Ahmed, MPH, CHES
                                               (University of Connecticut); Ashleigh Hala,          for students involved in sex work.
     this project.
                                               MSW, LCSW (Babson College); Raphael            3.    Describe how to provide support to
3.   Discuss development of a decision         Coleman, PhD, MPH (Columbia University)              students involved in sex work (health-
     tool for referral.                                                                             care, mental health resources).
Presenter(s): Michelle Romero, DO, and Sara                                                   Presenter(s): Laura Andrews, MS, NCC, Lindsey
Lee, MD (Case Western Reserve University)                                                     Parker Winslett, and Cleoanne Estrera, NP-C
                                                                                              (Duke University)

                                                                                                   Schedule subject to change.          23
On-Demand Education Sessions

 R19 Implementing Buprenorphine/             3.   Compare the behavioral and                 R24 Now What: Students’ Substance
Naloxone Opioid Addiction Treatment               neurocognitive consequences of sleep       Use and Health Under the Influence of
in the College Health Setting                     restriction vs. sleep fragmentation.       COVID-19
After this session, attendees should be      Presenter(s): Robert Dollinger, MD (Augusta     After this session, attendees should be
able to:                                     University)                                     able to:
1.   Describe the impact of opioid           R22 Key Strategies to Build and                 1.   Discuss the Missouri Partners in Pre-
     addiction in the United States on the   Sustain a Culture and Environment of                 vention COVID-19 Students’ Well-
     young adult population.                                                                      being Survey and how the results
                                             Wellbeing
                                                                                                  have been used.
2.   List current treatment options.
                                             After this session, attendees should be         2.   Describe the difference between
3.   Discuss the advantages of treating      able to:                                             students’ substance use and well-
     opioid addiction on campus using a
                                             1.   Identify the best practice strategies           being before and after the COVID-19
     multidisciplinary approach.
                                                  for creating a culture of wellness for          outbreak.
4.   Describe how to formulate a pro-             students, faculty and staff.               3.   Describe how to apply the alcohol
     tocol for MAT for opioid addiction
                                             2.   Describe the positive aspects, attri-           and other drugs prevention strat-
     within your campus medical ser-
                                                  butes and outcomes of implement-                egies to a campus or statewide
     vices.
                                                  ing a culture of wellness.                      coalition.
Presenter(s): Sharon Sperling-Siber, ANP-
                                             3.   Describe the areas of opportunities        Presenter(s): Dong Ding, MPA, MA, Dana
BC, and Meghan McSherry, FNP-BC, APH-
                                                  for institutions of higher education       Schmidt (Missouri Partners in Prevention)
BC (Columbia University)
                                                  in creating and sustaining a culture
                                                  of wellness.                               R25 Nutrition for Depression and
R20 Informed Decision Making
                                                                                             Anxiety: Practical Strategies and
Regarding Meningitis B Vaccination           Presenter(s): Megan Amaya, PhD, CHES
                                             (Ohio State University); Christy Gipson, PhD,   Preliminary Study Results
After this session, attendees should be      RN, CNE (The University of Texas at Tyler);     After this session, attendees should be
able to:                                     Nikki Brauer, MS, CWPM, COEE (Illinois State    able to:
                                             University); and Julie Edwards, MHA (The
1.   Identify risk factors for meningitis.   University of Chicago)                          1.   Describe research on food patterns
2.   Differentiate between the available                                                          helping with depression.
     meningitis vaccines.                    R23 Measuring Your Financial Health             2.   Describe food patterns helping with
3.   Describe steps to help with vaccine     With Key Performance Indicators                      anxiety.
     requirement and compliance on a
     college campus.                         After this session, attendees should be         3.   Discuss practical strategies, barriers
                                             able to:                                             and successes of nutritional strate-
Presenter(s): Laura Anderson, MSN, APRN,                                                          gies for mental health.
FNP-C (New England College)                  1.   Identify common A/R reports.
                                                                                             4.   Identify preliminary results of a
                                             2.   Compare benchmarking to health-                 one-hour educational program to
R21 Is Sleep Deprivation                          care industry standards.                        improve depression and anxiety.
Affecting your Physical and Mental           3.   Describe a monthly reporting plan          Presenter(s): Ryan Patel, DO, FAPA (The
Performance?                                      for your organization.                     Ohio State University)
After this session, attendees should be      4.   Discuss how to make changes to
able to:                                          your collections strategy based on
                                                  your reporting.
1.   Identify causes of sleep fragmenta-
     tion and sleep restriction as etiolo-   Presenter(s): Sara Parris, MHA, CHWP,
     gies of sleep deprivation.              SHRM-PMQ (Iowa State University)
2.   Identify the association of sleep
     deprivation on a physical and psy-
     chological medical condition.

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On-Demand Education Sessions

R26 One & Done: The Impact of a               R28 Overcoming Barriers to                     R30 Promoting Faculty and Staff
Mental Health Tool Kit Distribution          Implementing Dialectical Behavior               Health and Wellness in a Virtual World
and How We Can Better Serve                  Therapy (DBT) in the University
                                                                                             After this session, attendees should be
Students                                     Setting
                                                                                             able to:
After this session, attendees should be      After this session, attendees should be
                                                                                             1.    Describe the current state of faculty
able to:                                     able to:
                                                                                                   and staff health and wellness.
1.   Identify potential materials to be      1.   Describe key concepts of DBT.              2.    Explain how the National Faculty and
     included in a mental health tool kit.                                                         Staff Health Assessment can be used
                                             2.   Identify research on mental health
2.   Explain the importance of customiz-          concerns that can improve with DBT.              to find what faculty and staff need in
     ability and continuous reinforcement                                                          programs.
                                             3.   Discuss barriers and challenges to
     in providing one and done campus                                                        3.    Identify creative ways that colleges
                                                  implementing DBT.
     events to support mental health                                                               can provide faculty and staff health
     initiatives.                            4.   Identify potential solutions to bar-             and wellness programming.
                                                  riers and challenges encountered
3.   Discuss the importance of consid-                                                       4.    Discuss ideas from the attendees for
                                                  when implementing DBT.
     ering gender and first-generation                                                             faculty and staff health and wellness
     college status when designing           Presenter(s): Nerine Tatham, MD (Duke                 programming.
     programming and potential tool kit      University)
     contents.                                                                               Presenter(s): Lori Dewald, EdD, ATC, MCHES
                                                                                             (Walden University); Nikki Brauer, MS,
4.   List programming ideas for campus       R29 Pregnancy Desire Screening for              CWPM, COEE (Illinois State University); Faith
     events to support mental health         College-Aged Students                           DeNardo, MPH, PhD, MCHES (Bowling Green
     initiatives.                                                                            State University); and Marguerite O’Brien,
                                             After this session, attendees should be
Presenter(s): Paula Parker, EdD, CMPC, and   able to:                                        MSW (University of South Carolina)
Nicole Rushing, PhD (Campbell University)
                                             1.   Identify three current barriers to         R31 Overview of Emergency
                                                  reproductive health care faced by          Contraception Methods and Access
R27 Opioid Overdose Prevention and
                                                  women in college settings.
Naloxone on College Campuses
                                                                                             After this session, attendees should be
                                             2.   Describe why colleges/universities
After this session, attendees should be                                                      able to:
                                                  are opportune settings to discuss
able to:                                          reproductive health goals and              1.    Differentiate types of emergency Differ-
                                                  desires and connect clients to care.             entiate types of EC available in the U.S.
1.   Describe the rationale for opioid
     overdose prevention efforts on col-     3.   Describe strategies to integrate person-   2.    Discuss what impacts the efficacy of EC.
     lege campuses.                               centered reproductive health
                                                  interventions into colleges/universities   3.    Identify side effects and contraindica-
2.   Discuss the quantitative and qualita-                                                         tions to EC.
                                                  to improve reproductive well-being.
     tive data guiding the development
     and implementation of a campus-         4.   Discuss key principles to imple-           4.    Discuss techniques to improve EC
     based opioid program.                        menting new reproductive health                  counseling skills.
                                                  interventions for women in college/        5.    Explain the difference between avail-
3.   Describe the process of developing,
                                                  university settings.                             ability and accessibility of EC.
     implementing, and evaluating an opi-
     oid education and naloxone training     Presenter(s): JeNeen Anderson, MPH, and         Presenter(s): Sara Farjo, DO, and Amie
     program on college campuses.            Mackenzie Piper, MPH (Power to Decide)          Ashcraft, PhD, MPH (West Virginia
4.   Describe the adaptation of the opi-                                                     University)
     oid overdose prevention program to
     a virtual setting.
Presenter(s): Michael McNeil, EdD, CHES,
FACHA, Melanie Bernitz, MD, MPH, and Wai
Kwan (Bonnie) Li, MS (Columbia University)

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On-Demand Education Sessions

R32 Sailing Our SHIP through                 R34 Single Session Therapy:                      R36 The Flexible Care Model:
COVID-19: The Stanford Experience            Sometimes Once is Enough                         Overview and Recent Updates
After this session, attendees should be      After this session, attendees should be          After this session, attendees should be
able to:                                     able to:                                         able to:
1.   Describe the urgent insurance needs     1.   Describe key components and strat-          1.   Discuss past, present, and future
     that resulted from the dispersal of          egies for implementation of Single               models of mental health care on
     students enrolled in the university’s        Session Therapy.                                 college campuses.
     insurance plan across the country
                                             2.   Describe how Single Session Therapy         2.   Discuss the the pros and cons of
     and world.
                                                  can be used in a university counsel-             these models.
2.   Explain the policy and program               ing center to increase access of men-
                                                                                              3.   Describe innovations happening
     changes that were made to accom-             tal health services to underserved
                                                                                                   related to access to services and
     modate students for the new plan             college students.
                                                                                                   brief treatment approaches.
     year.
                                             3.   Discuss strategies to address chal-
                                                                                              4.   Describe the Flexible Care Model of
3.   Identify new possible considerations         lenges that may arise during imple-
                                                                                                   mental health for college counseling
     for the medical, mental health and           mentation of Single Session Therapy.
                                                                                                   centers and suggestions for how
     dental components of the insurance
                                             Presenter(s): Summer Zapata, PsyD                     they were achieved that may be
     plan.
                                             (University of Southern California)                   used on other campuses
Presenter(s): Johanna Infantine, MA
                                                                                              Presenter(s): Will Meek, PhD (Minerva
(Stanford University)                        R35 Student Health Data on Japanese              Schools at KGI)
                                             and U.S. Colleges and Universities – A
 R33 Self-Care for the Treatment of          Joint Session of JUHA and ACHA                   R37 The Interconnection Between
Infectious Diseases: From Antihista-
                                             After this session, attendees should be          College Students’ Health and
mines to Zinc
                                             able to:                                         Academic Performance: What’s the
After this session, attendees should be                                                       Evidence?
able to:                                     1.   Compare the nature of college
                                                  health services in Japan and the U.S.       After this session, attendees should be
1.   Describe infectious diseases that can        (primarily focused on Japan) and            able to:
     be treated with non-prescription             how the partnership between JUHA
     medications.                                 and ACHA contributes to the field of        1.   Explain the importance of using evi-
                                                  college health.                                  dence-based information in college
2.   Compare non-prescription treat-                                                               health.
     ment options and the clinical data      2.   Describe examples of “Health Data
     supporting their use.                        on Campus” related to infection con-        2.   Summarize the current state of
                                                  trol, including measles, rubella, and            research on the relationship between
3.   Discuss patient counseling recom-                                                             college students’ health and their
                                                  tuberculosis.
     mendations for over-the-counter                                                               academic performance.
     treatment of infectious diseases.       3.   Describe the “Creation of Evidence-
                                                  Based Health Checkup on Campus.”            3.   Describe gaps in the literature that
Presenter(s): Lauren Biehle, PharmD, BCPS                                                          are recommended areas for future
(University of Wyoming)                      4.   Describe the “White Paper Data of                research.
                                                  National Universities” in Japan.
                                                                                              4.   Discuss ways of translating the research
                                             Presenter(s): Mayumi Yamamoto, MD, PhD,               findings into practice.
                                             MBA (Gifu University); Katsumi Nakagawa,
                                             MD, PhD, JD (Ritsumeikann University);           Presenter(s): Alyssa Lederer, PhD, MPH,
                                             Hirokazu Yokoyama, MD, PhD (Keio Univer-         MCHES, Isabella Parise, MPH, Melissa
                                             sity); Taku Iwami, MD, PhD (Kyoto University);   Rosenthal, and Raquel Horlick, MLIS
                                             Hiroshi Ishiguro, MD, PhD (Nagoya University);   (Tulane University); Sara Oswalt, MPH, PhD
                                             Kim Webb, MEd, LPC, FACHA (Washington            (University of Texas at San Antonio)
                                             University in St. Louis)

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