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Adolescent Health Symposium 2025

Navigating from Loneliness to Thriving

February 13–14, 2025 | A virtual event

A virtual opportunity to connect, engage, network, and learn.

Now accepting presentation proposals.

Submit your proposal today!

Submission deadline: August 1, 2024

Who should attend:

  • Community Agency Representatives
  • Educators
  • Health & Human Service Professionals
  • Health Education Specialists
  • School Administrators
  • School Psychologists
  • Youth Workers

Welcome to the 30th Annual

Adolescent Health Symposium

This annual gathering of educators, youth workers, educational administrators, community leaders, and health and human service professionals advances key topics in the areas of health education and adolescent wellness. We are honored to have four renowned keynote presenters with diverse perspectives, as well as dedicated breakout session facilitators presenting a diverse assortment of topics in alignment with our three symposium tracks:

  • Track 1: Risk Factors (Red)
  • Track 2: Health Promotion and Protective Factors (Green)
  • Track 3: Emerging Issues (Blue)

Please select the breakout sessions that best meet your personal and professional needs. You do not have to remain solely in one breakout session track throughout the Symposium. Engage in active learning and prepare to return to your organization with new and exciting insights and strategies for working with today’s youth.

The Symposium is offered in cooperation with the UW-La Crosse Department of Public Health and Community Health Education, UW-La Crosse Graduate & Extended Learning and the UW Oshkosh Division of Online and Continuing Education.

Special Thanks to the Wisconsin Association for Middle-Level Education (WAMLE) for their support and assistance advertising the Adolescent Health Symposium.

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