Adolescent Health Symposium
Attend the 2013 Adolescent Health Symposium
Feb. 7–8, 2013
The Madison Concourse Hotel • Madison, Wis.
Come for the engaging presentations, breakout sessions and resources. Leave with the ability to improve your own adolescent health programs.
The 2013 Adolescent Health Symposium will bring together experts in the adolescent health field to provide insight on current challenges and opportunities.
This year's three tracks are:
In track one, participants will have the option to continue keynote speaker Richard Guerry's presentation. Guerry will host a workshop, Tools for Teaching Public and Private, to follow-up his keynote presentation.
Counselors, health and human service professionals, students in professional training, parents and guardians, and educators from a wide array of settings in the Midwest will come together to review current issues, strategies for prevention, research findings and pertinent resources.
Become invigorated with interactive and informative workshops that will help you assess and renew your outstanding commitments to working with youth.
The Adolescent Health Symposium was established in the early 1990s to bring together educators, professionals, parents and guardians from a wide array of settings to:
- Discuss current issues affecting young adults
- Review and discuss research findings
- Discuss prevention strategies and ways to implement change
- Provide resources for adolescents, educators and caregivers
This year’s program will draw from a foundation of health promotion and provide participants with interactive breakout sessions, supportive resource materials and networking opportunities.