Below are links to commonly used PowerPoint presentations, including brief descriptions or each and organized by subject area. Either scroll down to browse the available presentations or jump to a particular subject area using the following links.
Please follow the hyperlinked presentation titles below to open each presentation separately. All presentations are able to be adapted and personalized for your specific center unless otherwise specified.
Note: These PowerPoint presentations were given in the past, and the statistical data has likely changed. They are to be used to aid in creating new presentations, and there is no guarantee of their current accuracy
- A Federal Policy Agenda for SBHC’s
Linda Juszczak, Executive Director of NASBHC, discusses NASBHC’s current federal policy agenda at NCSCHA’s state conference in December 2009.
- Building Healthy Partnerships and Collaborations - 5 Good Ideas for Funding and Sustainability
Beth Briggs, Creative Philanthropy, BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina Foundation
- Getting Started in NC Schoolbased/- Linked Healthcare SBIRT - Screening, Brief Intervention & Referral Into Treatment
Michael Palanza, MA LPA, Director of Behavioral Health Services, Wilmington Health Access for Teens
Tim Evans, LCSW, Behavioral Health Specialist, Bakersville Community Medical Clinic, INC
- Health and Academic Success
Paula Collins , NC Healthy Schools
- HIT: What Our School Health Centers Need to Know
Steve Cline, DDS, MPH , Assistant Secretary for HIT, NC Department of Health and Human Services
- How are We Going to Pay for all of This?: Successful Grant Writing
Dr. Paul N. McKenzie, Southeast Center for Strategic Community Development; Lancaster, South Carolina
- How To Create A Web Conference – Training of Trainers
This presentation teaches the steps associated with designing and producing effective web conferences and discusses methods for listening and responding to questions posed online and/or by phone during a web conference.
- School Health Centers and Academic Outcomes
John Gatta, Ph.D, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
- School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) 101 (Part 1): An Overview And Framework For Building Programs
Part One: defines school-based health centers, explains why they are an effective health care delivery system for children and adolescents, describes who uses and sponsors them, and lists three national models.
- School-Based Health Care (SBHC) 101 (Part 2): Nuts And Bolts
Part Two: identifies key collaborators and partners for school-based health centers, names essential components of needs assessment, identifies potential funding sources, defines the rationale and components of a case statement for a new center, and lists principles for planning and implementing a new school-based health center.
- Youth Empowerment Model
This presentation is an overview of how NCSCHA has utilized a Youth Empowerment Model to invest in young people making changes in their community. Through the creation of a Statewide Youth Council, NCSCHA has developed an undercurrent of youth advocacy across the state, promoting school-based health care.
- Abuse of Prescription and Over-the-Counter Drugs
Brad Wilson, MS(N), FNP-C, North Henderson High School Health Center, Blue Ridge Community Health Services – Tedra Anderson-Brown, MD, General Adult & Addiction Psychiatrist, Peer Advisor, Value Options
- Adolescent Substance Abuse: Evidence-Based Programs
Sara McEwen, MD, MPH, Governor’s Institute on Substance Abuse
Janice Petersen, Ph.D., Director, Office of Prevention/DMHDDSAS DHHS
- Breaking the Code: ICD, CPT, HCPCS, DSM, E&M, EPF, SF, EI-MH
Laura Brey, National Assembly on School-Based Health Care (NASBHC)
Carolyn Sexton, NC Division of Public Health, Children & Youth Branch
Kathleen Loucks, NP, Wake Teen and NCSCHA Board Member
- Coding And Coding Compliance
This presentation will teach the participants to, define CPT, ICD 9, and DSM 4 coding, explain the reasons why appropriate coding and documentation is so important in SBHC settings, demonstrate correct use of CPT and ICD 9 codes, and explain the rational for conducting routine medical record review and coding compliance audits in SBHC settings.
- Evidence-Based Sport Physicals
Steve North, MD, MPH, Family Physician and Adolescent Medicine Specialist, Bakersville Community Medical Center
- Group Think: The Positive Effects of a SBHC Diabetic Support Group on Insulin Dependent Adolescents
Anne Derouin, RN, PNP, duke Community & Family Medicine SHCs
- Proposed Adolescent Health Package: What It Means for School Health Centers
A discussion of the proposed adolescent health package, its screening assessment components and best practices guidelines, and planned implementation support for school health centers
- Providing Special Health Care Needs for Youth in SBHCs
Marlyn Wells, Family Liaison Specialist, Children & Youth Branch, NC Division of Public Health
- Quality Improvement In SBHCs
Helps participants define terms and processes related to quality, review standards of care for children and adolescents, and identify measures of quality in school health.
- Why Do They Do That? Brain Development During Adolescence
In this keynote presentation from the 2009 NCSCHA state conference, Daniel P. Krowchuk, MD, discusses the changes in brain structure and function during adolescents and the implications of these changes on behaviors and health promotion strategies.
- Integrating Mental Health Into Your Primary Care Practice
The presentation is designed to help participants learn strategies for improving primary care-mental health collaboration in school-based health centers, identify screening instruments to screen for anxiety, depression, disruptive behavior disorders, and strengths and difficulties, and identify possible mental health diagnoses based on a list of presenting symptoms.
- Mental Health Issues: Screening Adolescents in Primary Care Settings
Linmarie Sikich, MD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine presents on the prevalence, diagnosis and ongoing treatment of various adolescent mental health issues.
- Motivational Interviewing in School Health Centers
An update of NASBHC’s “Motivational Interviewing: Motivating Youth To Change Behavior” (above) presented with panel discussion at the December 2009 NCSCHA conference.
- Motivational Interviewing: Motivating Youth To Change Behavior
This training will enable health care professionals encountering patients/clients for the first time to interview them in a manner that will optimize the potential for positive behavioral change.
- Child and Adolescent Obesity Issues
Sarah Armstrong, MD, Duke Children’s Healthy Lifestyles Program, Duke University School of Medicine offers insight into the childhood obesity epidemic, where it began, what it means for the health of children, and what can be done.
- Childhood Obesity Prevention: Models of Successful Programs
A presentation on two successful models for childhood obesity prevention in North Carolina’s school health centers: HEAP (Healthy Eating, Active Play) and Be Fit, Get Moving.
- Obesity Prevention And Treatment
Designed to educate the participants on the magnitude of childhood and adolescent obesity in the U.S. and provide recommendations, resources and treatments.
- Adult Learning Theory - Training Of Trainers
This is one component in a series of “Training of Trainers” presentations given by the National Assembly on School-Based Heath Care. This edition reviews the principles of adult learning and identifies learning activities for different types learning styles.
- Capture Their Attention! Marketing School-Based Health Centers
Marketing school-based health centers to your target audiences using social marketing media.
- Cyber Safety: The Intoxicating Mix of Youth and Digital Media
Donna Sawyer, M.Ed., Region 2 Instructional Technology Consultant, NC Department of Public Instruction – Barry Pace, M.Ed., State Education E-rate Specialist, Connectivity Services, NC Department of Public Instruction
- Dating Violence: Evidenced Based Programs
Vangie A. Foshee, PhD
- It's A Family Affair 101: Involving Families In Their Children's Health Care
Participants in this presentation will learn why family involvement is important to SBHCs and discover resources they can use to assess, plan and implement parent engagement strategies.
- Managing Difficult Training Situations
This presentation will assist the participant in identifying difficult training situations and practicing effective strategies for handling those situations.
- North Carolina School Health Centers Program
Daniel Garson-Angert, MHA, PhD
Carolyn Sexton, RN, BSN, MPH
Elizabeth Mizelle, MPH
School Health Unit - Children and Youth Branch, NC Division of Public Health
- North Carolina Teen Health Alliance
Parrish Ravelli, Statewide Council Coordinator, North Carolina School Community Health Alliance
- Powerpoint 101: Creating A Successful And Engaging Presentation
A presentation designed to teach participants development skills and how to utilize animations in creating an engaging PowerPoint presentation.
- Research And Best Practices: Building A Framework For Effective Professional Development
This professional development training involves processes and activities designed to enhance the professional knowledge, skills and attitudes of educators and others who work with youth, so that they might, in turn, improve the learning and health outcomes of children and adolescents.
- Stellar Training Tips And Skills
This training gives tips from the experts on presentation skills and identifying solutions to common training delivery problems.