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CHWP Elective

  • The ACHA-NCHA at 20: A Look at Where We've Been

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/23/2020

    As we celebrate 20 years of the ACHA-NCHA, this program will present data trends from the NCHA II (Fall 2008 – Spring 2019) and update progress on Healthy Campus 2020 objectives.

  • ACHA Connected College Health Network (CCHN) Data Warehouse

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/17/2020

    The Connected College Health Network is the ACHA data warehouse project whose goal is to bring together sources of information about college student health and healthcare to better inform college health professionals, institutions of higher education, and policy makers. Now in it's third year, the CCHN has successful piloted collecting institutional health center data and linking it to institutional information from the department of education, National college health assessment data, and clinical coding data. An overview of the project and initial reports will be presented.

  • Leadership Development for New and Mid-Career Employees

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/10/2020

    Two senior administrators, and one Assistant Director will introduce leadership and supervision tips and techniques they learned along the way in their transition to mid-level to senior management. The presenters will provide insight on goal setting, finding a mentor, at the transition of peer to supervisor, to becoming a senior administrator and some practical tips for professionals at any stage of their career. Particular attention will be paid to the navigating the application process, moving from colleague to boss, time management, work-life balance/burnout, Cultural competency in supervision, mentorship, and components for upward mobility. The perspectives of people of color and women will also be highlighted in this presentation.

  • Strategic Planning: Design for Success

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/26/2020

    This session offers a hands-on approach to execute a strategic plan you can actually use. Walk through creating a strategic plan by identifying stake holders, conducting risk and needs analysis, and aligning strategies to the mission of your organization. Finish with tips on how to use your strategic plan rather than relegating it to gather dust on a shelf.

  • Prioritizing Assessment, Evaluation, and Research in Health Promotion Practice

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/20/2020

    Health promotion professionals use assessment, evaluation, and research strategies in broader program planning efforts to identify priorities, enhance efforts, advocate for resources, and contribute knowledge to the field. Competing priorities, restricted resources, and limited research skills may impede our ability to include rigorous study design in program planning. We will share lessons learned in building research agendas as scholars and practitioners, and we will discuss strategies for leveraging institutional assets to support health promotion research.

  • Introducing the Clinical Load Index (CLI) – A New Metric for Guiding Staffing of Counseling Centers

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/19/2020

    The Clinical Load Index (CLI) was developed to help colleges and universities make more informed decisions about staffing for counseling centers. Development of the CLI was managed by a collaborative working group representing the Center for Collegiate Mental Health (CCMH), the Association of University and Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCCD), and the International Association of Counseling Services (IACS). Presentation will include key concepts, background, and a walk-through of using the CLI (including online tools).

  • Insurance 101: Confidently Navigate the Complex World of Health Insurance

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/13/2020

    Health insurance is a complex subject and our student body often depends on us to educate them on insurance. This session will provide an overview of health insurance fundamentals and then build upon those to discuss the strategies Iowa State University has put in to place to help students and parents, such as: access and networks; uninsured and underinsured students; Medicaid; transparency efforts; sliding fee scales; and tools and resources the university offers to students and parents.

  • When a College Student Refuses Life-Sustaining Medical Treatment: Ethical Considerations for the College Health Clinician

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/11/2020

    College students age 18 and over are considered autonomous adults, capable of making decisions about medical care they accept or reject. Their choices may put them at risk for severe adverse consequences. When confronted with these choices, clinicians working from multiple disciplines may not have applicable guidelines to follow. Due to privacy concerns, parents are not routine partners in the medical decision-making process. Ethical principles will be presented to create a plan for action.

  • The ACHA-NCHA at 20: A Look at Where We’re Headed

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 07/23/2020

    As we celebrate 20 years of the ACHA-NCHA, this program will introduce the NCHA III by sharing instrument reliability and validity, reviewing data from the first implementation (Fall 2019) of the NCHA III, and demonstrate ways new measures may be used in data analysis.

  • AAAHC Accreditation Process: A Panel Discussion with Five Accredited Universities

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 07/16/2020

    The accreditation preparation process can be a challenge and feel overwhelming. Knowing how others have succeeded in the past can help you. In this presentation, seven Universities of various sizes and with a representation of different areas of leadership will discuss their successes and challenges as they went through their last accreditation cycle and will answer questions from the audience.