2011 Annual Meeting – Handouts

NYSCHA is grateful to the everyone who presented at the NYSCHA/NECHA 2011 Annual Meting. It is through their generosity that the handouts from their sessions are available on this web site. The material contained within these presentations are the property of their author(s) but may be downloaded for personal use. If you would like to share the material, please contact NYSCHA for permission by e-mailing ldudman@uhs.rochester.edu.


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Wednesday, October 19, 2011
PRE-CONFERENCE
9:00-11:30
Using Motivational Interviewing in the Clinical Setting
Maureen Scahill, NP, MS, University of Rochester Medical Center
PRE-CONFERENCE
9:00-10:30
Making Your Community College Health Center Invaluable in Today’s Climate
Paula Snyder, RN, BSN, Jamestown Community College
NETWORKING
10:30-11:30
Networking Session for Community Colleges: The pre-conference session will be followed by a time for networking for people who work in college health services in community college settings.
KEYNOTE
1:00-2:15
Gender Outlaws: The Next Generation – SLIDES NOT AVAILABLE.
Kate Bornstein, Activist, Author
WE-1 2:45-4:00
1.01 The 2010 CDC STD Guidelines
Beth Kutler, MSN, FNP-C, and Alexandra Hall, MD, Cornell University
1.02 A Home Away From Home: College Health and the Patient-Centered Medical Home
Sarah Van Orman, MD, University of Wisconsin, Madison
1.03 Managing Asthma on College Campus: What Is Being Done and What Is Not Being Done? 
Debra Weiss, EdD, MA, CHES, Long Island University
1.04 Community College Health Centers: Using Evidence-Based Practice to Support Your Mission
Shari Shapleigh, NP, Tompkins County Community College 
1.05 Framework for Sexual Health Promotion and Interventions on CollegeCampuses
Joleen Nevers, MAEd, CHES, AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator, University of Connecticut; Emily Nagoski, PhD, Smith College; and Haley McCarthy, MPH, CHES, Masonicare
1.06 Integrating Targeted Screening and Brief Intervention Strategies into a Comprehensive Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program
M. Dolores Cimini, PhD and Estela Rivero, PhD, University at Albany, SUNY
WE-2 4:30-5:45
2.01 Medical Grand Rounds – P. Davis Smith, MD, Wesleyan University – SLIDES NOT AVAILABLE.
2.02 Collaboration among Mental Health, Primary Care, and Other Health Care Providers in the Assessment and Delivery of Eating Disorders Treatment
Jennifer Lexington, PhD and Erin Cox, BA, PsyD, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
2.03 Providing Comprehensive Reproductive Health Services on the College Campus
Kimberly Daly, BSN, MSN, FNP, Salem State University
2.04 Dangerous Dreams & Damned Desires: The Personal Politics of Sex Positivism & Gender Anarchy Kate Bornstein, Activist, Author      SLIDES NOT AVAILABLE
2.05 Families in the Exam Room: Family Systems at a University Health Service
Alan Lorenz, MD, and Mary Madsen, BSN, University of Rochester
2.06 From Vision to Effective Practice: Building a Comprehensive, Sustainable Campus Peer Education Program Addressing Alcohol, Other Drug Abuse, and Violence Prevention
M. Dolores Cimini, PhD; Estela Rivero, PhD; and Nicholas Lansing, BA, University at Albany, SUNY
Thursday, October 20, 2011
TH-KEY
9:00-10:15
Everything you should know about sleep but are too tired to ask
James Maas, PhD, Cornell University
TH-3 10:45-12:15
3.01 Managing Acne in the College Aged Student
Judith Mysliborski, MD
3.02 Motivational Interviewing in Primary Care: Helping Students Change Behaviors
Patricia Ellis, MSN, FNP, BC, St. Lawrence U. and Susan Knowles, MSN, FNP, BC, Clarkson University
3.03 Ethics, Confidentiality and FERPA: On Including the Dean of Students as a Member of the Team April Stein, PhD and Eva Chatterjee-Sutton, MA, Bennington College and Ellen Mercer Fallon, JD, Langrock Sperry& Wool, LLP
3.04 Surf and Turf: Riding the Waves of a Merger Between Student Health and Counseling ServicesKevin Readdean, MSEd, and Keith Anderson, PhD, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Darlene Schmitt, MSEd, LMHC, CASAC and Libby Caruso, MSN, ANP-BC, The College at Brockport; Eileen Lubeck, Psy.D, William Patterson University; Melinda DuBois, LMSW, SUNY Geneseo; Anne Kearney, LCSW-R, LeMoyne College; Cathie Chester, Psy.D., LMHC, Alfred University   
3.05 Balance Your Life: A Health Communication Campaign to Achieve A Healthy Lifestyle
Ian Wong, MSPH & Kate Sweeney, BS, Tufts University
3.06 Marketing Healthy Behaviors 101
Rebecca Harrington, MS, and Dawn Sohns, SUNY Oneonta
TH-4 1:45-3:00
4.01 Stress Fractures, 2011 Update
Andrew Getzin, MD, Cayuga Medical Center
4.02 Nutrition in College Health: Case Studies in Treatment
Robyn Kievit, NP, RD, CSSD, Emerson College
4.03 Tapping Into Your Entrepreneurial Spirit and Marketing Yourself – SLIDES NOT AVAILABLE.
Pamela Smith, EdD, RN, ANP, University of Rochester
4.04 Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT):  A New Direction for College Health
Matthew Boone, MSW, Cornell University
4.05 Tobacco-Free Campuses: The Nuts & Bolts of Successful Policy Implementation
Adrienne Wald, EdD, MBA, RN, CHES , College of New Rochelle and Luis Manzo, PhD, CUNY NY  
4.06 Increasing Student Involvement in Health Education Programming
Sue Ash, RD; Sheila Mitchell, RN; and Roger Jadosz, RN, University of Rhode Island
TH-5 3:30-5:00
5.01 Exertional Lower Leg Pain
Andrew Getzin, MD, Cayuga Medical Center
5.02 Nursing Grand Rounds  SLIDES NOT AVAILABLE.
Charlene Bradley,RNC, Dartmouth College
5.03 Care Management in Higher Education
Felicia Reed, LMSW; Lorraine Ndusha, MSN, PNP; and Alan Lorenz, MD, University of Rochester and Matthew Boone, MS,  Cornell University
5.04 The Essentials: How to Implement an EMR with limited Financial Resources
Lori Soos, MA, BSN, Niagara University
5.05 “Sometimes Once Just Isn’t Enough” – Exploring the Possibilities for Series Health & Wellness Programming
Colby Zongol, MA and Matthew Fannon, Johnson & Wales University
5.06 National Alcohol Screening Day: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Brief Screening and Intervention Ryan Travia, MEd, Harvard University
Friday, October 21, 2011
FR-6 7:55-9:10
6.01 Urinary Tract Infections in the College Health Setting
Lisa Stankus, MSN, Cornell University; P. Davis Smith, MD, Wesleyan University; and Mary Madsen, BSN, University of Rochester
6.02 Managing Office Emergencies
Wendy Wright, MS, RN, ARNP, FNP, FAANP, Wright Associates Family Health Care
6.03 Strategies for Campus Suicide Prevention and Mitigation of Suicide Contagion
Greg Eells, PhD and Janet Corson-Rickert, MD, Cornell University
6.04 The Balanced Scorecard: A Quality Assurance System for College Health
Kevin Readdean, MSEd, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
6.05 Creating a Visible Network: LGBTQ Mentoring on Campus
Tara Schuster, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
6.06 “Click In” The Binghamton University Way – Using Audience Response Technology in New Student Orientation Sessions to Establish Social Norms Within the Incoming Freshman Class
Bridget McCane-Saunders, MSEd, Binghamton University
FR-7 9:20-10:35
7.01 Let the Sunshine In: The Evidence, or Lack Thereof, for Vitamin D
Alexandra Hall, MD, Cornell University
7.02 Pertussis 2011: A Look at this Underdiagnosed Condition
Wendy Wright, MS, RN, ARNP, FNP, FAANP, Wright Associates Family Health Care
7.03 Precepting – An Enriching Opportunity for Teaching and Learning
Martha Reuman Pieper, MSN, FNP-BC and Gail Moylan, MSN, ANP-BC, Bentley University
7.04 The Implementation of Mental Health Clinical Triage Systems in University Health Services
Harry Rockland-Miller, PhD, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
7.05 Legal and Practical Issues With Including or Not Including Parents in the Higher Education Setting
Carolyn Wolf, JD, MS, MBA and Mary-Jeanne Raleigh, LCPC (MD), NBCC, PhD, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
7.06 Stress on Campus
Rebecca Harrington, SUNY Oneonta and Anne Kearney, LCSW-R, LeMoyne College
FR-CAP 10:45-12:00
FR-CAP Recognition and Management of Anxiety in the General Clinic
John Miner, MD, Williams College; Charlene Bradley, RN-C, Dartmouth College; Bryant Ford, PhD, Dartmouth College