Wellness and Sexual Health Events

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Registration fee is $150. Breakfast and lunch are included.

Wellness and Sexual Health Training
Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017 | 7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn
1749 Scott Blvd.
Temple, TX 76504

This training is for anyone involved in adolescent wellness and sexual health, including sex education instructors, nurses, counselors, curriculum coordinators and administrators.

This seminar is conducted by Dr. Patricia Sulak, a practicing physician, researcher, medical school professor and internationally renowned speaker. Attendees will be updated on the latest in adult and adolescent health risk behaviors, teen pregnancy, legal issues involving sexual activity, socioeconomic ramifications and sexually transmitted diseases. Effective strategies for improving student and school employee health will be discussed.

Topics include:

  • The Death of America: Startling Statistics
  • Habits that Lead to Healthier Adolescents and Adults
  • Adolescent Wellness & Sexual Health: Medical, Legal, Socioeconomic and Emotional Issues
  • Alarming Statistics on Teen Suicide
  • Stifle Stress/Sever Suffering: Reducing Stress in Teachers and Other School Employees
  • Making It Stick: Teaching Strategies that Empower Teens

For schools utilizing the Baylor Scott & White Wellness and Sexual Health curriculum, teaching methods and demonstrations will be reviewed. Attendees may order educational materials at the event.

For schools utilizing the Baylor Scott & White Wellness and Sexual Health curriculum, the program will conclude with teaching strategies and engaging classroom activities to enhance effective delivery.

What if I don't teach this curriculum?

Educators not using the curriculum will find this information valuable for all adolescent sex education and coordinated school health programs. Healthcare providers and social workers who want to improve adolescent wellness and sexual health in their community are also welcome to attend. Attendees may purchase educational materials at the event.

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