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Why Attend?

A page within Adolescent Health Symposium

Who should attend:

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

Why attend?

  • Academic and certification credit available
  • Provides skills for immediate implementation
  • Discounted rates for early bird and groups
  • Economical way to learn/develop professionally
  • Three tracks:
    • Risk Factors
    • Health Promotion and Protective Factors
    • Emerging Issues
  • Expert, engaging presenters
  • Opportunities to share expertise by submitting a proposal for presentation or facilitation of a breakout session
  • Opportunities to explore many of the "whys" of youth risk factor exploration and protective factor engagement
  • Ability to tap into electronically-conveyed resources before, during, and after the event
  • Opportunities to learn about additional pertinent continuing education experiences
  • Availability of a program booklet with clear learning objectives and descriptions for easy decision-making
  • Being a part of a "community of learners"
  • Opportunities to network
  • Exhibitor resources
  • Convenience of a virtual learning environment with easy-to-access verified resources

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