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HIV/AIDS/STDs and Human Sexuality Education Regional Conference

National HIV/AIDS Strategies: Where Do We Fit?

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Sponsored by: Iowa Department of Education Kansas State Department of Education Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Wyoming Department of Education Kansas Department of Health & Environment Region VII U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Health

June 6-8, 2012 Kansas City Airport Hilton

Office of Public Health & Science   Office on Women’s Women’s Health  

Conference Confer ence Overview Over view Lodging

 Target  Target Audienc Audience e  This conference is designed designed for teachers, school nurses, nurses, prevention and care providers, administrators, health professionals, community health planners, physicians, counselors, persons from community-based organizations, members of the faith community, social workers, parents and public health individuals.

Accreditation  

CEU’s will be available for nurses. Please bring your nursing license.   CHES credits will be available. of graduate credit through through Baker University    Two hours of will be available on site, June 6, 2012 at an additional cost of $50 per hour.   An application has been submitted to National Commission for Health Education Credentialing to award Category I CHES CECH. Missouri Public Health Association (MPHA) is a designated provider of Continuing Education Contact Hours by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing.

Registration Information 

  must In order receiveby an June e -mail e-mail confirmation, registrations be to received . 1, 2012   Registrants requiring special accommodations to more fully participate in the conference may contact Dr. Darrel Lang at (785) 296-6716. We will do everything possible to accommodate your request. i s appropriate. To accommodate accommodate the   Casual dress is temperature variations at the conference, conference, please dress in layers or bring a sweater or jacket.   No refunds for cancellations.   Below is the link for the conference. All registrations MUST be completed online, as no faxed or mailed registrations will be accepted.

8801 NW 112 Street - Kansas K ansas City, MO 64153  2012 HIV/AIDS/STDs and and Human Sexuality Conference will be held at the Kansas City Airport Hilton, 8801 NW 112 Street, Kansas City, MO 64153. It is i s located approximately 5 minutes from the Kansas City International Airport. A free shuttle is available to the Hilton for those arriving by air. A block of rooms has been reserved for conference conference participants: $99 plus applicable taxes per room per night. Cutoff date for the room block is To o make your reservations, please call the hotel at May 21, 2012. T (816) 891-8900. http://www.hilt http://www.hilton.com/en/hi/group on.com/en/hi/groups/personalized/M/MCIAPHF-KS s/personalized/M/MCIAPHF-KSDE-20120604/ DE-20120604/ index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG

Group Name: Conference Group Code: Check-in: Check-out: Hotel Name:

KSDE Human Sexuality Education Education KSD 04-JUN-2012 09-JUN-2012 Hilton Kansas City Airport

Directions

http://events.ksde.org/Default.aspx?tabid=703

Fees

Registration fees cover all materials, including conference CD; continental breakfasts, refreshment breaks and lunches.   

By June 1, 2012: After June 1, 2012:

$250 $300

An Equal Employment/ Educational Opportunity Agency

 The Kansas State State Depa Department rtment of Education Education does not discrim discriminate inate on the basis of race, color, color, national national origin, origin, sex, disability, disability, or age in its programs programs and acti activities. vities. The following following person person has been been designated to handle inquiries regarding regarding the non-discrimination policies: policies: KSDE General Counsel, 120 SE 10th Ave. Topeka, Topeka, KS 66612, 785-296-3204

 

Keynote Speakers Christopher Barnhill Schools Engagement Engagem ent Manager, Metro TeenAIDS TeenAIDS Christopher Barnhill 24, is an award winning HIV/AIDS Youth Advocate and Public Speaker, at 16 he discovered that he was infected at birth with the virus which inspired him to dedicate his life to promote the awareness of knowing one’s status. For the past 7 years he has been speaking publicly about being positive and has been featured on numerous media outlets such as NPR, WPGC, LOGO, LOGO, MTV, BET’s 106 & Park, ABC Nightline, Black Enterprise Magazine, Metro Weekly and profiled in the t he book “Travels “Travels of a Gay Nation” by Phil Gambone. His goal is to be the hope for other young HIV positive youth that you can live a productive life. Christopher is currently employed as the Schools Engagement Manager at Metro TeenAIDS. In addition to his many accomplishments he has worked on The Obama Administration’s National HIV Strategy in regards to HIV and You Youth th and has received the 2010 Linowes Leadership Award.  Christopher is currently enrolled at The University of The District of Columbia majoring in a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a concentration on Secondary Education. He serves as the youth minister at The Community Church of Washington DC.

Paula Hudson Hildebrand, MHDL, R.H. Ed. Chief Health and Community Relations Officer for the North Carolina Department of Pubic Instruction

Paula Hudson Hildebrand, MHDL, R.H.Ed., is the Chief Health and Community Relations Officer for the NC Department of Pubic Instruction. She also also w works orks closely with the NC State Board of Education in relation to the Healthy Responsible Students goal. Prior to this appo appointment, intment, Paula was an Instructor at East Carolina University in the Department of Health Education and Promotion in the School S chool of Health and Human Performance. Performance. She is also President of N2 N2 Health, Inc., her health promotion company located in Wake Forest, NC. Paula served as the Sr. Sr. Advisor for NC Healthy Schools in the NC Department of Public Instruction from 1998 to 2006 and worked closely with the NC Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Paula has been a health teacher, a health administrator and healthful living curriculum specialist as well as the Charter Executive Director of the Poe Center for Health Education in Raleigh. In August of 2006, Governor Governor Mike Easley conferred Paula Paula into the Order of the Long Leaf Pine. She encourages everyone she meets to “be a liver of life and not  just a gallbladder!”

Monica Rodriguez President and CEO Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S. (SIECUS) Ms. Rodriguez works closely with SIECUS’ funders and Board and manages the vision and programmatic direction of the organization. Over the course of more than 17 years at SIECUS, where she most recently served as vice president for education and training, Ms. Rodriguez has provided speeches, workshops, training, resource development, and technical assistance related to sexuality education, including HIV prevention to education and health professionals, decision-makers, and parents both domestically and internationally. internationally. Ms. Rodriguez is also a frequent contributor on sexuality-related sexualit y-related issues to national, regional, and local broadcast, print, and digital media outlets across the country and internationally. Prior to joining SIECUS, Ms. Rodriguez was a sexuality educator at the Center for Family Life Education, Planned Parenthood of of Greater Northern New Jersey. She received a Masters of Science degree in non-profit management from New School University in New Y York ork City and a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Penn State University.

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Conference Map Kansas City Airport Hilton 8801 NW 112 Street Kansas City, MO 64153

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  Conference-at-a-Glance Wednesday - June 6, 2012 (Session Descriptions - Page 5) Time

 

Shawnee A

Shawnee B

7:00 - 8:00 a.m.

Registration/Continental Breakfast

8:00 - 8:15 a.m.

Introductions/Orientation

8:15 - 9:30 a.m.

Opening Keynote: “Fighting “Fighting Stigma of HIV with Openness and Honesty”

9:30 - 9:45 a.m.

Break

9:45 a.m. - Noon

A. Kn Know What to Say

Breakout Session 1

Noon - 1:00 p.m.

Lunch

1:00 - 3:15 p.m.

E. Making Things Better: Inclusivity of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Transg ender (LGBT) Issues in School Setting

Breakout Session 2

Kansa B

Kansa C/D

B. Where YOU  Fit  Fit with the National HIV/AIDS Strategy: How You Can Implement the Strategy Strategy,, Connect Your Youth Youth to Servi Services, ces, and Benefit from Public Health

C. STI Prevention: Prevention: Best TTeaching eaching Practices for Students with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities

D. A Generation Free Free of HIV: Strat Strategies egies to Engage Students in the Fight Against HIV

F. Teenage Sabotage: It is Not All Fun and Games

G. More Than Plumb Plumbing: ing: Puberty Lessons and Teaching Strategies Consistent with Best Practice

H. Reaching and Teaching Teaching TTeens eens Through Social Media

 Thursday - June 7, 2012 2012 (Session Descriptions - Page Page 7) Time

 

Shawnee A

Shawnee B

7:00 - 8:00 a.m.

Registration/Continental Breakfast

8:00 - 8:15 a.m.

Announcements

8:15 - 9:30 a.m.

Keynote: National Sexuality Education Standards

9:30 - 9:45 a.m.

Break

9:45 a.m. - Noon

I. HYT HYTC: C: Hel Helpin pingg Yout outhh Take Co Contr ntrol ol

Breakout Session 3

Noon - 1:00 p.m.

Lunch

1:00 - 3:15 p.m.

M. Project Succeed: A Dropout Prevention Program for Teen Mothers

Breakout Session 4

Kansa B

Kansa C/D

J. Abstin Abstinenc encee Ed Educa ucatio tion: n: Wh What at Wo Works rks,, What Doesn’t, and How to Present the Difference

K. Does This This Message Speak Their Language?

L. Creating a Safe Zone Zone in YYour our Classroom

N. I HAVE to Teach itit,, But it CAN’T Be Boring!

O. Assessment Assess ment is Not a 4 Letter Word!

P. Helping Parents Have “The Talk” Again, and Again, and Again

Friday - June 8, 2012 (Session Descriptions - Page 9) Time

 

Shawnee A

7:00 - 8:00 a.m.

Registration/Continental Breakfast

8:00 - 10:15 a.m.

Q. Advocacy and Lobbying: Survival Skills for Today’s Health Educators in

Breakout Session 5

Shawnee B R. Incorporating Assessment into Your Sexuality Education Strategies

10:15 -10:30 a.m.

Politically Challenging Times Break

10:30 - 11:45 a.m.

Closing Keynote: Life, Laughter Laughter,, and Leadership

Kansa B S. Using YouthYouth-Inspired Inspired Initiatives as Effective Strategies on the Ground

Kansa C/D T. School-Based HIV Prevention Approaches for YMSM

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Wednesday - June 6, 2012 7:00 - 8:00 a.m. Room   Title Foyer 

Registration/Continental Breakfast

Introductions/Orientation: 8:00 - 8:15 a.m. Room   Title  Shawnee A/B Introductions/Orientation

Opening Keynote: Keynote: 8:15 - 9:30 a.m. Room   Title  Shawnee A/B Opening Keynote: “Fighting Stigma of HIV with Openness and Honesty   Christopher Barnhill, Schools Engagement Manager, Metro TeenAIDS TeenAIDS



Christopher Barnhill discovered that he was prenatally infected with HIV at 16 years old. Learn how Christopher uses his story to discuss HIV across generations and how we all can play a role in fighting stigma with openness and honesty.

Breakout Session 1: 9:45 a.m. – Noon Noon Letter

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Room   Title  Shawnee A

 Know What To Say   Mary Ann McLeod, MSED - Bethany for Children & Families, Moline, Illinois   Elizabeth Brooke, MS - Edgerton Women’s Health Center, Center, Davenport, IA   Stuart Scott, AA - Scott Co. Health Dept., Moline, Illinois







The workshop is designed to help attendees develop tools and techniques to educate parents and/or school personnel on how to talk to their children/students about sex. A resource packet includes helpful hints and techniques to begin and maintain ongoing conversations regarding sexuality and sexual activity and its consequences will be given to each workshop participant.

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Where YOU Fit with the National HIV/AIDS Strategy: Strategy : How You You Can Help Implement the Strategy, Connect Your Youth to Services, and Benefit from Public Health.   Wyandotte County County Health Department Kansas City, KS   Ashlee Folsom, MA   Jennifer Allen, LBSW



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Where Do YOU YOU fit with the National HIV/AIDS strategy? The NHAS sets three important Public Health goals for 2015: reduce new HIV infections, increase access to care and improve health outcomes for people living with HIV/AIDS, and reduce HIV related health disparities.

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Kansa B

STI Prevention: Best Teaching Teaching Practices for Students with Intellectual Intellect ual or Developmental Disabilities   Lucille Duguay, LCSW, Program Director -Oak Hill Center for Relationship & Sexuality Education, Hartford, CT



Students with intellectual or developmental disabilities are at risk for unintended consequences of sexual behavior and have the right to receive sexual health information that increases their safety and decision-making. This workshop offers effective teaching strategies, based on national health standards, which are adapted to the specific learning needs of this target population.

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A Generation Free of HIV : Strategies to Engage Students in the Fight Fight Against HIV   Kansas Department of Health and Environment - Topeka, KS   Dominique Saunders, BA   Travis Barnhart, BSW



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The National HIV/AIDS Strategy implores us to “adopt community-level approaches to reduce HIV infection in high-risk communities” and calls on various community partners to join together in the the fight against this epidemic. Educators can play an important role in this task by motivating students to take action in creating a generation free of nnew ew HIV infections. In this interactive session participants will be given a brief overview of where we are in the fight against HIV, in addition to exploring a variety of resources available to teach about HIV including lesson plans, national campaigns, and observance of awareness days.

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Wednesday - June 6, 2012 Lunch: Noon - 1:00 1:00 p.m. p.m. Breakout Session 2: 1:00 – 3:15 p.m. p.m. Letter

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Making Things Better: Inclusivity Inclusivit y of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Transgender (LGBT) Issues In School Setting   Travis Barnhart, BSW - Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Topeka, Topeka, KS



There’s a lot of buzz in the media about the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community these days, and things are slowly getting better as far as how LGBT people are treated in our societ society. y. However However,, there is still a lot of resistance to LGBT inclusivity in many schools, and this resistance deters LGBT students from receiving important health information that could help prevent new HIV and STD infections, reduce the risk of suicide and homelessness, or otherwise address health disparities experienced by LGBT youth. In this interactive session we’ll explore free online lesson plans that are inclusive of LGBT issues, discover various awareness events you can implement in the school environment, and discuss how to implement programs to support LGBT students such as Gay-Straight Alliances and Safe Spaces.

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Teenage Sabotage: It Is Not All Fun and Games   Juli Montgomery, MPH - Iowa Department of Public Health, Des Moines, IA   Sharon Miller, RN, MS, CHES – Planned Parenthood of the Heartland, Des Moines, IA





Often health care providers, teachers, counselors and school nurses see a pregnant student and think to themselves, “ if she would have just been more responsible. responsibl e.”” However However,, have you ever stepped back and thought about her partner involvement with this pregnancy? Teen birth control sabotage is real and increasing. It is a topic that needs to be addressed more publicly.

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More Than Plumbing: Puberty Lessons and Teaching Teaching Strategies Consistent With Best Practice   Wendy L. Sellers, ADRN, BS, MA, CPC - Health4Hire, Inc, Inc, Grand Ledge, MI 48837 •

Learn what research says about effective puberty education. Experience knowledge-based and skills-based activities to get acquainted with strategies that are most likely to impact behavior. Prepare your action plan for advocating for puberty education educ ation that invites family involvement and equips young people with healthy behaviors.

Reaching and Teaching Teens Through Social Media   Sandy Pickert, RN, MPH, BSN - Pure and Simple Health Education, Inc., Wichita, KS



With the rise and expansive use of technology, our culture demands that we utilize social media to communicate effectively with teens. The use of social media, me dia, including websites, texting, Facebook, TTwitter, witter, and blogging to reach and teach teens about relationships both behavioral, and life skills will be discussed, as well as how one organization developed and promoted an integrated social media program for teens.

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 Thursday - June 7, 2012 7:00 - 8:00 a.m. Room   Title Foyer 

Registration/Continental Breakfast

8:00 - 8:15 a.m. Room   Title  Shawnee A/B Announcements

8:15 – 9:30 AM Room   Title  Shawnee A/B Keynote: Charting a Course to Improve School-Based Sexual Health Education: The National Sexuality Education Standards   Monica Rodriguez , President and CEO, Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S. (SIECUS)



The quality and content of comprehensive sexuality education varies greatly depending on the state, district, school and even teacher. Four leading national health and education organizations along with Advocates for YYouth, outh, Answer and SIECUS, released the first ever National Sexuality Education Standards: Core Content and Skill K-12 in January 2011. This session will provide the background, rationale and process by which the Standards were created and strategies for adoption and implementation for health professionals working on the front lines of sexuality education nationwide.

Break : 9:30 - 9:45 a.m. Breakout Session 3: 9:45 a.m. - Noon Letter

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Room   Title He lping Youth Take Take Control  Shawnee A HYTC: Helping   Stephanie Washington, BS - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services



This session will provide you with the training, tools and resources to deliver a comprehensive, medically accurate sexual health program using the HYTC (Helping Youth Take Take Control) toolkit. HYTC comes complete with a curric curriculum, ulum, power point, interactive learning tools and more, and has been aligned to Missouri’s Show-Me Standards, the National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education and the Common Core State Standards for English, Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science and Technical Technical Subjects. HYTC is geared towards adolescents, grades 7 to 12 and young adults.

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Abstinence Education: What Works, What Doesn’t, and How to Present the Difference   Allison M. Hile, MA, AASECT, Executive Director -Teen -Teen Pregnancy and Prevention Partnership



None of us want young teens to be sexually active but they rarely ask us first; it is our responsibility to talk to them in a way they will listen AND listen to them in a way they will talk to us. Learn what does and does not work to prevent early sexual activity, how to communicate confidently with parents, and helpful ways to present information to a school district.

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Kansa B

Does This Message Speak Their Language?   Tex Texas as State University, U niversity, San Marcos, TX   Kelly Wilson, PhD, MCHES   Beth McNeil, PhD, MCHES



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Organizations are joining social media and marketing specialists to present multimedia public service campaigns designed to reduce the rates of unplanned pregnancy among young adults in the U.S. Campaign messages may range from abstinence-only to comprehensive in their approaches. During this session, participants will play the role of a specific target audience member and explore media messages designed for them.

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Creating A Safe Zone In Your Classroom   Amy McClure, MS - Mill Valley High School, Shawnee, KS



This session is designed for educators to increase their knowledge of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning youth issues and how to make the school environment a safe zone for all. Participants will define key concepts related to sexual orientation through group activities and discussions. Participants will also learn tips to successfully facilitate classroom inclusiveness and to advocate for LGBTQ youth.

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 Thursday - June 7, 2012 Lunch: Noon - 1:00 p.m. Breakout Session 4: 1:00 – 3:15 PM Letter

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Project Succeed: A Dropout Prevention Program for Teen Mothers   Tiffany Ooten, MSW – Madison County Schools, Kentucky   Renee White, PhD, Kentucky Department of Education





Project Succeed is a program to help teen parents in Madison County, Kentucky. Kentucky. As a result of this program, the graduation rate for teen mothers has increased.

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I HAVE to teach it, But it CAN’T be Boring!   Su Nottingham, MA   Al Craven, MA -Stockbridge, MI





Often the “requirements” are not inherently interesting or exciting enough e nough to claim student interest, though they are ccrucial rucial to skill development toward positive sexual health. This workshop will provide student-centered, skill development strategies that address those often difficult topics: effective communication, medical testing, safe delivery, sexual harassment, and determining/ assessing valid information. Think: “STEW IT” (Sexuality Talk Education Won’t Won’t Increase Troubles) Troubles) and “SUSHI” (Something U Should Have Investigated).

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Assessment Is Not A 4 Letter Word!   Michelle Hiscock, MA - Adrian College, Adrian, Michigan



A fun and interactive way to include assessments for learning, formative style. Attendees will participate in a variety of strategies that can be added to daily lessons that take little preparation, supplies, or time, and can communicate to the instructor what learning has taken place for students. A few technology strategies will also be included.

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Helping Parents Have “The Talk” Again, and Again and Again   Allison Hile, MA – Executive Director, Teen Teen Pregnancy and Prevention Partnership   Kathleen Welton - Clay County Health Center, Liberty, MO





Parents want to talk their children about sex, but worry about giving their child too much, too little or the wrong kinds of sexuality information. This session will provide helpful hints for helping parents have “The Talk” Talk”,, share accurate internet resources and an overview of a successful Parent Child Sexuality Education Program.

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Friday - June 8, 2012 7:00 - 8:00 a.m. Room   Title Foyer 

Registration/Continental Breakfast

Breakout Session 5: 8:00 – 10:15 AM Letter

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Room   Title  Shawnee A

Advocacy and Lobbying: Survival Skil Skills ls for Today’s Health Educators In Politically Challenging Times •

  Wendy L. Sellers, ADRN, BS, MA, CPC - Health4Hire, Grand Ledge, MI Many health educators feel ill-equipped to educate and advocate for comprehensive school health programs to key stakeholders, policymakers and legislators. Yet, Yet, advocacy and lobbying skills are critical in today’s today’s political arena…one that often threatens funding and program integrity. Identify key targets for advocacy efforts. Learn concrete strategies and skills for influencing policies and budgets.

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Incorporating Assessment Into Your Sexuality Education Teaching Strategies   Tex Texas as State University, U niversity, San Marcos, TX   Kelly Wilson, PhD, MCHES   Beth McNeil, PhD, MCHES



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Assessment is a critical component of sexuality education and should be incorporated in all teaching strategies used in the classroom and with students. This session will explore multiple teaching strategies and participants will explore how assessment asses sment is woven throughout the lessons. Overall, participants will discover the importance oof,f, strategies for and resources to help them unite student assessment into sexuality lessons.

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Using Youth-Inspired Initiatives as Effective Strategies On The Ground   Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), Washington, Washington, DC   Kafui Doe, MPH, CHES   Sombo Pujeh, MPH



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As a response to recommendations presented in the Committee on Health’s YYouth outh Sexual Health Project: A framework for Change 2009 report, the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) in the District of Columbia convened a Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) of 16-21 middle and high school students from across the District of Columbia’s public and charter schools. As a representative voice for “youth-led programs that are innovative innovative,, convenient, and administered in a safe environment” the YAC YAC shows the effectiveness of youth driven efforts to reach the community in regards to sexual health education. Facilitators through this workshop will use a variety of learning style tools to demonstrate the effectiveness of youth-led initiatives and provide concrete tools for providers with similar youth programs or initiatives.

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School-Based HIV Prevention Approaches for YMSM   Andrea Sharpe, MA - National Association of School Nurses, Washington, DC



From 2005-2008, YMSM had the highest percentage increase in diagnosed HIV infections of all groups posing a significant health disparity (CDC, 2010). Schools, through the use of School Nurses, School-based Health Centers, and/or CBOs, have the potential to be impactful in testing and treatment, education and awareness, and collaboration and policy for YMSM. Engage in this discussion and lessons learned from a recent CDC Division of Adolescent Health YMSM HIV Prevention Cooperative Agreement Project.

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Friday - June 8, 2012 Break: 10:15 - 10:30 a.m. Closing Keynote: 10:30- 11:45 am Room   Title  Shawnee A/B Closing Keynote: Life, Laughter, and Leadership   Paula Hudson Hildebrand, Chief Health and Community Relations Officer NC Department of Public Instruction, Raleigh, NC



This fast-paced session will explore the impact of the use of appropriate humor and laughter in the classroom, while working and leading and in balancing the demands and opportunities of life. Participants will discover the fun-index, their laughter quotient score and the link between health and humor. Attend this session and meet your minimum requirement for merriment while identifying a few strategies for incorporating more humor in your daily routine.

Box Lunch - Adjourn: 11:45 a.m.

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