Turn to the ACHA Education Center for professional development opportunities that focus on the issues and skills you need to support the health of college students and campus communities.

ACHA offers live events as well as on-demand presentations so you can learn – and earn CE credit – when and where it’s convenient for you.

The Summer 2020 Webinar Schedule is now available! Click here for more information. See Live Webinars below for sessions with registration currently open or coming soon.

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Virtual Posters

ACHA 2020 Virtual Poster Sessions - Now Open! 
ACHA is pleased to present virtual posters in conjunction with our ACHA 2020 summer webinars! Posters are visual presentations of successful programs on campuses.

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Future Annual Meetings

 Future Annual Meeting Dates
Future ACHA Annual Meeting dates for 2021-2024.

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Live Webinars


 Mental Health Capacity Building Using EMDR: Overview and Implementation Strategy Registration Now Open!
Presenter(s): D. Joyce Mojica, PsyD, CADC, and Elizabeth Ritzman, MS, Mdiv
Live Event: August 4, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
Due to increased demand from students seeking services, university counseling centers have been exploring ways to manage capacity. We also noticed there is a similar increase in students bearing the burden of untreated trauma as they enter college.  Dominican University’s Wellness Center’s counseling team considered EMDR as a potential tool for condensing psychotherapy without reducing effectiveness. Over the past three years our mental health staff have all been trained to use EMDR, and we see it as one of the structural changes underlying the 63% increase in clinical encounters.

 Advocacy for Young Adults with Chronic Diseases in College and Beyond Registration Now Open!
Presenter(s): Sneha Dave
Live Event: August 5, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
There are unique needs for students with chronic illnesses as they transition to adulthood. College is a critical period as there is more independence, often including greater individual accountability for health. Many young patients are lost as they transition abruptly, without preparing for independence with their health. Newfound freedom can be a catalyst of psychosocial stressors. This session will include methods to support young patients’ needs in their transitionary period beginning with college.

 Faculty and Staff Well-Being on Your Campus: Roundtable Discussions on Key Components Registration Now Open!
Presenter(s): Holly Levin, MPH, MCHES, Faith DeNardo, PhD, CHES, Marguerite O'Brien, MSW, Nikki Brauer, MS, CWPM, COEE, and Lori DeWald, EdD, ATC, MCHES, F-AAHE
Live Event: August 6, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
Attendees will participate in roundtable discussions pertaining to popular topics in university employee wellness including: getting started with faculty staff wellness, hot topic programming, using data to inform your initiatives, and working with faculty. Each table will be facilitated by a leading member of the ACHA faculty stall health and wellness coalition.

 When a College Student Refuses Life-Sustaining Medical Treatment: Ethical Considerations for the College Health Clinician Registration Now Open!
Presenter(s): Eleanor Davidson, MD, MA
Live Event: August 11, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
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.

 Nutrition and the Student-Athlete Registration Now Open!
Presenter(s): Jessica Higgs, MD, Jocelyn Gravlee, MD, Kyle Goerl, MD, Jean Perez, MD, ATC, and Catherine O'Neil, MD
Live Event: August 12, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
Female Athlete Triad has been an established diagnosis for over 20 years. Recently a new term RED-S (Relative Energy Deficiency in Sports) has emerged. This presentation will feature of panel of experts in both sports medicine, nutrition, and eating disorders to discuss the nuances between these terms and management of athletes with these conditions, including when to restrict sports activities.

 Insurance 101: Confidently Navigate the Complex World of Health Insurance Registration Now Open!
Presenter(s): Sara Parris, MHA, CHWP, and Jamie Wingert, BA
Live Event: August 13, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
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.

 Exploring the Intersection of Law, Clinical Practice & Ethical Standards with Limited Resources - Postponed
Presenter(s): Jeanne Kincaid, JD, and Danielle R. Oakley, PhD
Live Event: POSTPONED
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This webinar will address the complexity of two increasingly common interventions: emotional-support animals and leaves of absence.

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On-Demand Webinars

  The ACHA-NCHA at 20: A Look at Where We’re Headed Recording Coming Soon!
Presenter(s): Mary Hoban, PhD, MCHES and Alyssa Lederer, PhD, MCHES
Live Event: July 23, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: Free
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.

 Nutritional Strategies to Improve Symptoms of Depression, Anxiety, and ADHD Recording Coming Soon!
Presenter(s): Ryan S. Patel, DO, FAPA
Live Event: July 21, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This presentation will provide an update on research developments show that certain nutritional strategies can have comparable benefits to medications or therapy for treatment of depression, anxiety. Nutritional strategies for ADHD will also be presented.  There will be room for sharing and discussing strategies to help students improve nutrition to improve their mental health, as well as possible system/university level interventions.

  AAAHC Accreditation Process: A Live Q&A with Five Accredited Universities Recording Now Available!
Presenter(s): Erica Bumpurs, AAS, Robert Williams, MD, Marcie Thompson, MBA, Kevin Readdean, MSEd, LMHC, Deborah Beck, MPA, EdD, FACHA, Nancy Dover, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, CEN, and Yvonne Medrano
Live Event: July 16, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
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.

 Managing Concussion on a College Campus: A Public Health Approach Recording Now Available!
Presenter(s): Jennifer Knerr, MS, LAT, ATC and Lena Newlin, MPH, CHES
Live Event: July 15, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This session will demonstrate how patient outcomes on a college campus can improve through a public health approach to concussion management. The speakers will present the magnitude of the problem, identify risk factors, describe purposeful intervention, and report on how outcomes were improved with those interventions. Further, a framework will be presented that could be applied on other campuses to address patient wellness within the context of concussion.

 Dermatology from the Allergist's Perspective Recording Now Available!
Presenter(s): S. Shahzad Mustafa, MD
Live Event: July 14, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This presentation will discuss common and often misunderstood dermatological conditions associated with allergies, including atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, and chronic urticaria.

 Protecting Young Adults from Vaccine-Preventable Disease Recording Now Available!
Presenter(s): Andrew Kroger, MD, MPH
Live Event: July 9, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
The purpose of this presentation is to provide an update on 2019 ACIP immunization recommendations for young adults, incorporating those for students in a college/university setting. Special situations will be addressed including students training to enter health care related fields. Best practice standards and related resources will be highlighted.

 The Happiness Workbook: Creating a Guided Behavior Change Workbook for Student Well-Being Recording Now Available!
Presenter(s): Morgan Lavender, Katie Gordon, MAEd, and Nicole Blakesley, PsyD
Live Event: July 8, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
Attendees will learn about a hands-on wellness workbook at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. This workbook is a cross-campus collaboration to address student needs around mental health, resilience, and overall well being. Using evidence-based activities and research from a variety of sources, it integrates print and online resources for a variety of audiences.

 Integrating Athletic Training Services into Campus Health and Recreation Using the Medical Model Recording Now Available!
Presenter(s): Kristen Buglione, CHES, ATC, Scott Jones, MS, CHWP, ATL, ATC, and Erin Clark, MS, ATC
Live Event: July 7, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This presentation will give an overview of integrating athletic training into health services in the higher education setting using the medical model.

  Using Needs Assessments to Create Collective Impact Recording Now Available!
Presenter(s): Julie Edwards, MHA
Live Event: July 1, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
The University of Chicago used its Campus Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) to create action teams with diverse campus partners that developed goals to address the top needs identified on its campus. The goals/strategies of the CHNA action teams will be explained in detail and interactive activities will be used so participants can think critically about ways to replicate this on their campuses, from identifying advocates to creating collective impact in order to improve campus well-being.

 Allergy Q&A: The Latest and Greatest on Types, Indication, Effectiveness, and Safety Recording Now Available!
Presenter(s): S. Shahzad Mustafa, MD
Live Event: July 2, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
Allergen immunotherapy provides a disease modifying treatment for multiple conditions, including allergicrhinitis and asthma. I will discuss various routes of immunotherapy and various schedules. I will discussing which immunotherapy is indicated, and the effectiveness in each. Most importantly I will discuss methods to minimize reactions and improve safety.

 The History of Medicine: It's Timeless!
Presenter(s): Robert Dollinger, MD
Live Event: June 30, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: Free
Marking the 100th anniversary of college health, travel back in time to learn about the origins of medicine. Discover how early medicine was based largely on magic and religion long before science was embraced. This journey will focus on the development of public health practices from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, and continue through the Renaissance and to the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, emphasizing major milestones in innovation, diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and cure.

 Primary Eye Care in a University Setting
Presenter(s): Andrea Bethel, OD, ABO
Live Event: June 25, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This general session will provide participants with knowledge, skills, and discuss tools necessary to provide primary eye care services. Participants will be able to identify, explain, and start treatment as well as when to refer for multiple types of red eyes.

 Utilizing Motivational Interviewing to Help Support Behavior Change
Presenter(s): Mary Jo Desprez, MLIR
Live Event: June 24, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
Participants in this workshop will get an overview of the how MI is used in the college/university health setting, become familiar with the core principles and basic skills, and learn how it is being used on college campuses worldwide.

 Overcoming Barriers to Implementing Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) in the University Setting
Presenter(s): Nerine Tatham, MD
Live Event: June 23, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This presentation will provide a brief overview of DBT and an update on recent developments in the field of Dialectical Behavior Therapy. The program will also discuss common barriers and challenges in delivering DBT in group and individual therapy settings.

 Travel Health: Beyond CDC Recommendations
Presenter(s): Alice Gallagher, MSN, CRNP, CTMO
Live Event: June 18, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
Discuss recent travel medicine updates and some travel concerns including vaccine decisions, animal bites, sexual practices in travelers and air travel concerns (such as Jet Lag and DVTs).

  Assessment Within the Health Center: How to Prove Your Worth and Showcase Your Programming 
Presenter(s): Pamela Stokes MHCA, DNP, RN
Live Event: June 17, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
Part of our professional responsibilities involves knowing if, what, and how well students learn what is being taught. Ideally, assessment would be a regular, inherent, and transparent part of all teaching and learning. Assessment of student learning, and a focus on persistence and completion are ways in which the institution improves and thus assures the quality of its teaching and learning. 

 Red Eye in Primary Care 
Presenter(s): Dina Kakish, OD, FAAO
Live Event: June 16, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This course will provide information on diagnosing and treating red eyes and urgent issues. This includes conjunctivitis, corneal ulcers, corneal abrasions and herpes simplex. Also will address other urgent issues such as floaters, retinal detachments and eye trauma.

  Merging Recreational Sports and Wellness Programs to Better Serve the University Community
Presenter(s): Tammy Loew, MA and Will Evans, MS
Live Event: June 11, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
During this presentation, attendees will learn about the transformation of Purdue’s Division of Recreational Sports to the Division of Recreation and Wellness in 2016. This changed model includes nutritional counseling, a demonstration kitchen, wellness programming, a mindfulness room, recovery program, collaboration and integration between fitness and wellness staff, and more. 

 An Introduction to Travel Medicine Consults 
Presenter(s): Benjamin Silverberg, MD, MSc
Live Event: June 9, 2020, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This presentation will review resources to help providers prepare for such a visit and what questions to ask the traveler at intake. It will also detail required, recommended, and routine vaccinations for travel abroad.

 How to Publish in a Journal 
Presenter(s): Raphael D. Coleman, PhD, MPH, Alicia L. Battle, PhD, MCHES, and Alycia K. Boutté, PhD, MPH
Live Event: April 23, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
The goal of this presentation is to provide background information on academic publishing. It outlines the various important steps that, as an Author, you need to follow in preparing your manuscript for a successful publication. This presentation aims to provide advice about how to properly structure your article.

  Cannabis/Marijuana in the College Setting: Emerging Science and Implications for Prevention
Presenter(s): Jason Kilmer, PhD
Live Event: March 24, 2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
In this webinar, we will review the science behind several areas of relevance to the health of college students related to cannabis/marijuana, including (but not limited to) cognitive effects, academic outcomes, mental health, addiction, driving risks, and athletic performance.

  Managing a Meningitis B Outbreak on Campus
Presenter(s): Melanie Bernitz, MD, MPH, and Michael McNeil, EdD, CHES, FACHA
Live Event: February 4,  2020, 2:00 pm EST
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This webinar will address how Columbia University utilized their Infectious Disease Response Plan when faced with the first U.S. outbreak of Meningitis B in a graduate student population.

  Utilizing the National Faculty Staff Health Assessment to Turn Needs Into Action
Presenter(s): Holly Levin, MPH, MCHES
Live Event: January 22, 2020, 2:00 pm EST
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
Hear the story of how one institution utilized the National Faculty Staff Health Assessment to identify the needs of faculty and staff and the strategies they used to make progress toward a thriving workplace culture.

 Enhancing Student Success Through Wellness Coaching
Presenter(s): Jennifer Kennymore, MPH, CHES, JaNiene Peoples, MS, and Kevin Bator, BA
Live Event: December 4, 2019, 1:00-2:00 pm EST
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This webinar will consider core approaches to Wellness Coaching in higher education settings and will provide case studies about three different Wellness Coaching programs.

Framing Well-Being in a College Campus Setting: Lessons, Emerging Trends, and Looking Toward the Future 
Presenter(s): Stacy Andes, EdD, MA and Ryan Travia, MEd
Live Event: November 19, 2:30-3:30 pm EST
Price: Free
The American College Health Foundation, with generous support from Aetna Student Health, completed a whitepaper on innovations in well-being in the college setting. This session will present major themes, lessons learned, and questions for the future of well-being on campus.

 The Rise of Electronic Tobacco Products in the U.S.: What Are They, Who’s Using Them and What We Can Do to Protect Youth and Young Adults
Presenter(s): Brian A. King, PhD, MPH
Live Event: November 12, 2019, 2:00-3:00 pm EST
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This presentation will describe the evolving landscape of e-cigarettes and other electronic tobacco products in the United States, including patterns of use among youth and adults.

  Measles Outbreaks on Campus: Planning, Preparedness, and Response
Presenter(s): Craig Roberts, PA-C, MS
Live Event: October 30, 2019, 1:00-2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This webinar will address the ability of health centers to prepare for the growing number of measles cases in the U.S. Topics covered will emphasize campus-wide planning, preparedness, and response, with a review of clinical knowledge and vaccine recommendations.
Participation in the "Measles Outbreaks on Campus: Clinical Presentation and Practice Essentials" webinar is not required.

 Measles Outbreaks on Campus: Clinical Presentation and Practice Essentials
Presenter(s): Cheryl Hug-English, MD, MPH 
Live Event: October 28, 2019, 1:00-2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This webinar will prepare clinicians, nurses and the health services to address the growing number of measles cases in the U.S. Topics covered will emphasize clinical knowledge, disease recognition and response, vaccine recommendations, and health center response, with an emphasis on clinical presentation and practice essentials.
Participation in the "Measles Outbreaks on Campus: Planning, Preparedness, and Response" webinar is not required.

 ACHA Healthy Campus: The Next Generation
Presenter(s): M. Scott Tims, PhD, Rebecca Caldwell, PhD, Andrea Drott, MSEd, and Jordan Perry, MPH, CHES, CWWS
Live Event: October 22, 2019, 2:00-3:00 pm EDT
Price: Free
This webinar will provide an update from the Healthy Campus leadership team about the next generation of Healthy Campus. The webinar will include an overview of historical and contextual Healthy Campus information, an introduction of the new framework, provide strategies for bringing current healthy campus initiatives to a close, and close with an opportunity to provide feedback.

Sunsetting Healthy Campus: Getting Ready for the Next Generation
Presenter(s): Jim Grizzell, MBA, MA, MCHES, ACSM-EP, FACHA, and Kimberly Peabody, PhD
Date Launched: October 17, 2019
Price: Free
This webinar will provide a historical context of the development of Healthy Campus since the 1980s, explain Healthy Campus’s relationships to Healthy People, list significant changes with each version of Healthy Campus, acknowledge the college health leaders throughout the years from 1985 through the 2010s, and set the stage and describe the rationale for Healthy Campus: The Next Generation.

 Heavy Conversations: Weight & Health
Presenter(s): Jennifer Barnoud, MS, RDN, LD, CEDRD
Live Event: October 16, 2019
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
In this presentation we will review weight bias and stigma in healthcare settings, the factors affecting a person's weight, and more inclusive approaches to health care to improve outcomes and patient satisfaction.

  Building Resiliency: Data-informed Interventions 
Presenter(s): Georgia Ringle, MPH,  Jason Cassidy, PhD, Byron P. McCrae, PhD, Tierra Parsons, MSW, LCSW, Justin Sharpe, MPH, Lauren A. Stutts, PhD, and Molly Weeks, PhD
Live Event: September 26, 2019
Price: $25 for ACHA Individual Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This session will discuss the challenges students face and the data-driven interventions that promote resiliency across a diverse student population.

 FERPA and HIPAA Privacy Awareness

Presenter(s): Michael Huey, MD
Date Launched: March 8, 2019
Price: Free
This webinar will review FERPA (The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) and HIPAA (The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), the two pieces of federal legislation that pertain to the privacy and protection of healthcare records and protected health information on our college and university campuses.

2018 National Report on Queer-Spectrum and Trans-Spectrum Student Experience
Presenter(s): Allison BrckaLorenz, PhD, Maren Greathouse, MS, Mary Hoban, PhD, MCHES, Ronald Huesman, PhD, Susan Rankin, PhD, and Ellen Stolzenberg, PhD
Date Launched: October 31, 2018
Price: Free
This webinar reviewed findings from the 2018 Queer-Spectrum and Trans-Spectrum Student Experiences in American Higher Education white paper convened by the Tyler Clementi Center at Rutgers University. 

  Mind the Gap: How college health services can use assessment to identify health disparities, health inequities, and barriers to accessing care
Presenter(s): Susan Hochman, MPH, CHES
Date Launched: April 26, 2017
Price: Free
This session will focus on several research methods used to identify health inequities and barriers to accessing healthcare on college campuses.

 A Meningitis B Tabletop Exercise: The Santa Clara University Experience
Presenter(s): Jillandra Rovaris, PhD, Chris Shay, and George Han, MD
Date Launched: September 23, 2016
Price: Free
Santa Clara University conducted a table top exercise with their ICS Policy Group built on an imagined outbreak of Meningitis B within the student population. Seven months later, Jill Rovaris, PhD, received a call that would put in motion a real-world event that could have come directly from the exercise script.

  The Gender Affirming Therapist: What You Need to Know to Meet the Needs of Trans College Students
Presenter(s): Bonnie Benson-Palmgren, PhD
Date Launched: April 19, 2016
Price: Free
Designed for mental health providers well-versed in basic concepts and terminology related to gender identity, transgender and gender nonconforming, this webinar focuses on common presenting concerns of trans students; how providers can do their own work around gender and create affirming therapeutic environments; and discussion points for students preparing to transition (socially or medically).

  Integrating Vision Into Action (VIA) Into Professional and Program Development Strategies
Presenter(s): Stacy Andes, EdD and Marie Cascarano, EdD, MCHES
Date Launched: January 12, 2016
Price: Free
This webinar will introduce learners to the various functions of the Vision Into Action (VIA) site, promote components for professional and program development and identify strategies to integrate into health promotion practice.

 Do You Have the Right Tools in Your Toolbox? Grant Funding
Presenter(s): Alicia Czachowski, MPH, CHES and Eric Davidson, PhD, MCHES, CSPS
Date Launched: November 10, 2015
Price: Free
The webinar describes the grant process and identify sources for grant funding; the presenters also discuss the challenges faced when grant writing and how to overcome these challenges.

  Using Logic Models to Develop and Assess Health Education
Presenter(s): Eric Davidson, PhD, MCHES, CSPS
Date Launched: February 5, 2015
Price: Free
When an emerging issue presents itself, educators are often given an immediate call to action to respond and address such problems. In response to our “knee jerk” reactions, programs and interventions are often put together without fully understanding the relationships between the long-term, intermediate, and short-term outcomes we seek and the program resources, activities and outputs we have available to use. 

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