We are excited to welcome you to SCHA 2019, hosted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in collaboration with Duke University and North Carolina Central University.

Exceptional Care for Exceptional Students: 

A Celebration of Clinical Expertise and Best Practices
March 13-15, 2019
JB Duke Hotel
Durham, NC


About the 2019 SCHA Conference

Take two of the world's top teaching and research universities (Duke University and UNC-Chapel Hill); one of our country's best and oldest Historically Black College and Universities (NC Central); a Research Triangle Park rivaling the Silicon Valley in health- and tech-related global initiatives; scores of medical and specialty centers; and a region teaming with industry-leading physicians, biomedical scientists, engineers, and visionaries and you've got a prescription for advances that are changing the face of medical care, health policy, and public health. College health centers operating in our region reap the benefits of operating in such a thriving and dynamic environment and must provide high quality, evidence-based health care and promotion in a region where the standards and expectations are set extraordinarily high.

Join us for an exploration and celebration of leading-edge clinical expertise and best practice in health care & promotion delivery and operations.

Conference News and Updates

Conference and CE Evaluations: Deadline to Complete Is April 5

Thank you to attendees of the 2019 SCHA Conference!

Please provide feedback on your 2019 SCHA Conference experience. Your voice matters for developing future SCHA conferences! Those individuals seeking continuing education credits should complete evaluations for the sessions you attended. Your time and thoughts are very much appreciated.

Programming Updates

We’re pleased to announce the conference keynote speakers:

Dr. Jason P. Mihalik

Dr. Jason Mihalik is an Associate Professor in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science. He is the Co-Director of the Matthew Gfeller Sport-Related Traumatic Brain Injury Research Center, and also serves as Affiliate Faculty at the UNC Injury Prevention Research Center in the TBI focus area. Jason teaches courses in Biomechanics (EXSS 385) and Undergraduate Research Methods (EXSS 273), and Graduate Statistics and Research Methods. Jason completed his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science with a specialization in Athletic Therapy at Concordia University (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) in 2001. He completed his graduate work in Sports Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA), earning his Master’s Degree in December 2004. He was a recipient of a 5-year Royster Fellowship, allowing him to ultimately complete his doctoral work in Human Movement Science at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the summer of 2009.

Jason’s primary research interest intersects head trauma biomechanics with clinical outcomes in civilian athletes and military warfighters. He investigates the effectiveness of innovative concussion assessment, management, and rehabilitation technologies. He is additionally interested in the interrelationships between ocular and vestibular function, as well as the utility of neuroimaging and neurophysiology, in the context of the concussion management paradigm. He has developed smartphone applications designed to assist lay rescuers in recognize concussion signs and symptoms and intervene accordingly. He is also the Chief Science Officer for Senaptec LLC, a startup company in the visual and sensory performance space. Jason also studies field management of neurotraumatic spine-related injuries.


Deena Hayes-Greene

Deena Hayes-Greene is the founder and director of the Racial Equity Institute. With her long-time partner, Suzanne Plihcik, she serves as the senior trainer and consultant for REI. Deena has worked for over 16 years as a racial equity consultant, trainer, and organizer with an analytical focus on the structure and impacts of race and racism on systems, institutions, and organizations.

She began her work with the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond. She has presented keynote speeches, workshops, and seminars across the nation to organizations interested in addressing and eliminating racial and ethnic inequities. She has served as a Human Relations Commissioner for the City of Greensboro; the board chair for the International Civil Rights Center and Museum; the boards of the Guilford Gang Commission, and the Ole Asheboro Street Neighborhood Association; and an organizing member of the Guilford Anti-Racist Alliance. Deena has also been elected for four terms to the Guilford County School Board where she has chaired the Achievement Gap Committee, the Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Advisory Committee and the School Safety/Gang Education Committee. In September 2013 Deena was honored at the Minority Enterprise Development Conference with the Diversity Advocate of the Year award.

Join Your Colleagues at the March Madness Party!

Join us at the SCHA 2019 March Madness Party on Thursday March 14th from 6:00-9:00 p.m. at the Carolina Inn. Transportation between the party and the JB Duke will be provided. This event is generously sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina.

Thank You to Our Sponsors!

We are extraordinarily grateful to the following for their sponsorship of the SCHA 2019 Conference: