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Clinical Topics Education Package 2022

Clinical Topics Education Package 2022

This package brings you select educational sessions recorded at the ACHA 2022 Annual Meeting that focus on clinical topics in college health.

Package Contents

For details on each session, including descriptions, speakers, and available CE credit/contact hours, select the CONTENT tab above and select a session. Session titles include:  

  • Best Practices and Strategies for Screening, Diagnosing, and Treating STIs Including HIV PrEP
  • Evaluation and Management of Acute and Chronic Back Pain
  • Pharmacy Hot Topics
  • Making the Case for Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANEs) on All College Campuses
  • Migraine Pathology and Treatment Updates
  • Updates in Mood, Sleep, and Anxiety Psychopharmacology for College Students
  • The Importance of Establishing Anti-Oppressive Practices within Post-Secondary Institutions

And as a special bonus, we’re including the highly acclaimed

  • Keynote Address: The Repercussions of COVID-19: Addressing Health Inequities Among College Students
  • Dorosin Memorial Lecture: When Burnout Moves from Pandemic to Endemic: Flourishing through Chronic “Too-Muchness”
Package Information 

$150 for ACHA individual members
$185 for nonmembers 

*You may be able to become a member for FREE if your institution is an ACHA member.

Cancellation Policy: All registrations are final and no refunds will be given.

Expiration Date:  October 1, 2023
After the expiration date, the package contents will no longer be available for viewing. 

Continuing Education Credit: See each session for details and instructions. CE credit/contact hours will be awarded on a session-by-session basis. CE credit must be requested by the expiration date.

How to Register 
  1. Please see “What is my username/password?” in the Education Center FAQs.
  2. Click the green “Register” button at the top-right of this screen. You will be directed to login if you are not already. 
  3. You will be redirected to the ACHA Marketplace for checkout. Upon checkout, you will receive two emails, an order receipt and a registration confirmation.

Reminder, you are on the page to register for the Clinical Topics package. To access the Health Promotion or Administration Topics packages, return to the education packages home page.

How to Watch the Sessions 
  1. After registering, return to this page by using the link in your registration confirmation email, bookmarking this page, OR by logging in to the ACHA Education Center home and clicking on My Dashboard in the right-hand sidebar.
  2. Make sure you are logged in using the username/password associated with the email where you received your registration confirmation.
  3. Click on the Content tab on this page, then select a session.
  4. Click the session's Contents tab to see a list of components. Select the first component's "View" button to watch the recording.
  • Recorded On: 06/01/2022

    Though we are entering a “post-COVID” world where we are treating the virus as endemic, we need to consider the disproportionate direct and indirect impacts this virus has had on current and future college students. Many of these impacts are results of inequitable systems. College health professionals interfacing with these students must think about how to build equitable policies and practices that will support students as they heal from the repercussions of the pandemic.

  • Recorded On: 06/03/2022

    Since 2020, our normative campus work environments have shifted from over-worked and stressed to overwhelmed and strained. This program will address the issue of flourishing amidst burnout conditions and how to shift a campus culture from fear-based excellence to a deeper, more authentic level of excellence where well-being is essential. Of equal importance, how do we as health professionals maintain our mental health through the exhaustive work and relentless challenges of creating health-promoting universities?

  • Recorded On: 06/01/2022

    College students are a priority preventative healthcare population that can engage in high risk behaviors which may concurrently increase the potential for unsafe sexual practices, including contracting sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV. Early education, screening, treatment, and partner notification are important interventions for breaking the chain of transmission and recurrence in preventing poor health outcomes and mitigating college dropout rates. College health centers are uniquely poised to provide sexual healthcare to students in campus communities.

  • Recorded On: 06/01/2022

    Back injuries are common in the collegiate population. Clinicians often lack confidence in diagnosing and managing these injuries, leading to unnecessary and costly imaging studies, long waiting times to see specialists, and uncertainty regarding when to return to work/sport. This presentation will emphasize history taking and physical exam skills, diagnostic decision making, and management of acute and chronic pain.

  • Recorded On: 06/02/2022

    Prevalence of mood, sleep, and anxiety disorders is high in college-aged adults. Psychiatric medications are frequently used to treat mood, sleep, and anxiety symptoms. Current and new psychotropic medications will be discussed including their mechanism of action and adverse effects. Audience members will be guided in selecting appropriate treatment for given patient scenarios.

  • Recorded On: 06/03/2022

    This presentation will discuss the epidemiology and pathology of migraine headaches as well as focus on recent advancement of treatment of migraines, most notably the calcitonin gene related peptide injectables.

  • Recorded On: 06/03/2022

    The boards of pharmacy in Oregon and Georgia, separately, have approved methods of pharmacists and pharmacies being able to bill for clinical services for certain diagnoses and conditions without a Collaborative Practice agreement in place (Oregon) and administer and conduct mobile influenza vaccine services on campus as no-appointment opportunity (Georgia). The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill also describes the distribution of vending machines on campus for the benefit of students and the campus community.

  • Recorded On: 06/03/2022

    Campus response to sexual assault varies considerably, which can impact reporting rates and contribute to misapprehension or mistrust regarding the role of student health. All campuses should have access to professionals who are well-trained, including a nurse educated as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. The purpose of this presentation is to describe the Duquesne University School of Nursing Campus SANE Network Program. The model includes training, consultation, and a virtual network for education and support.

  • Recorded On: 06/02/2022

    The mental health needs of equity-deserving students are increasingly being highlighted across institutions alongside the realization that current systems cause barriers to seeking support. Anti-oppressive practice enables us to work to affirm students’ identities while giving them the campus environment needed to flourish. This session will let participants explore anti-oppressive frameworks, their intersections with campus mental health, and why anti-oppressive practices are critical across the spectrum of health and wellness, from orientation to counselling services.