Putting “evidence” in evidence-based: How to use the research to support and advocate for school health 

Putting “evidence” in evidence-based: How to use the research to support and advocate for school health

April 29th and May 6th, 2021 at 3:00pm-4:30pm EST

Presented by Bonni Hodges, Alicia Hoke, Shay Daily, and Nora Howley

This is a two-part series with capacity limited to the first 35 people who register. You will only need to register once. You will receive an email after registering letting you know if you secured a spot. For any questions, please contact info@ashaweb.org.

This interactive workshop will expand and improve the skills of those working in school health and for healthy youth to use the research literature when planning and implementing programs and policies. Participants will have an opportunity to work on applying the skills and concepts to something from their own school-related work situation. For any practitioner working in school health and/or for healthy youth. Classroom teachers, curriculum and program directors, government agency staff, and NGO staff.

Registration is now closed as all spots have been filled.