Welcome to the 2013 College Health Symposium, sponsored by Health & Counseling at SUNY Geneseo on May 21, 2013. This year the focus is on evidence-based practices in the following areas such as recognizing and responding to students experiencing sexual assault and stalking, current trends in synthetic drug abuse, wound healing, and recognition and recovery for students with eating disorders.
We have arranged a day of fun and educational activities to stimulate your learning. Join us at the historic BIG TREE INN, located at 46 Main Street, north of the campus (parking is conveniently located behind the building).
During the noon hour, you may enjoy a showcase of best practices in College Health & Counseling and Health Promotion. Gather ideas to bring back to your facility and network with other college health professionals.
Jennifer Katz, PhD
Sexual Assault and Stalking: Recognizing Incidents & Responding Sensitively to College Students’ Experiences
Don Hassett, Director of Prevention Services, CASA, & Dr. Thomas Walters
Trends in Synthetic Drug Use
Lunch & Poster Session
Kathy Brown, RN, MN, CWOCN
Wound Healing Using Advanced Wound Care Products
Break & Sweets
Suzanne Bumpus, RN, MS, FNP-C
Eating Disorders: Recognition & Recovery, Too Little of a Good Thing
Optional Lauderdale Health & Counseling Tour at 4PM
Registration is $50 per person and is non-refundable. Fees include food, parking and 5.5 continuing education credits. To register by credit card go to go.geneseo.edu/symposium. If you would prefer to pay by check, print the registration form and mail with payment. Registration is due by May 13, 2013. Please contact Christie Reed at (585) 245-5716, email@example.com if you have any questions regarding registration, payment, or special accommodations you may need.
This continuing education activity was approved by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. The faculty and planning committee have declared no conflict of interest. Criteria for successful completion includes attending the entire program and turning in a completed evaluation form.
To assist you as you prepare for your visit to Geneseo, we are happy to provide some helpful information, including driving directions and information about lodging and dining options. You may also want to know a little more about our community as well as area attractions. We hope this helps you in your planning.
Special thanks to New York State College Health Association for sponsoring this program.