Each year the New York State College Health Association (NYSCHA) holds an Annual Meeting in October to help college health professionals stay abreast of current topics affecting their practice and the students on their campuses.
The annual meetings are designed for anyone interested in college health, including physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, clinical support staff, administrators, health educators, mental health professionals, and students. Programs addressing topics of interest to all of the disciplines in college health are offered throughout the annual meeting.
Every two years, NYSCHA and the New England College Health Association (NECHA) offer a combined annual meeting. In November 2017, NECHA will host the NECHA/NYSCHA 2017 Combined Annual Meeting in Burlington, Vermont.
NECHA/NYSCHA 2017 Combined Annual Meeting
November 1-3, 2017 • Hilton Hotel, Burlington, Vermont
The New England College Health Association (NECHA) is hosting the NECHA/NYSCHA 2017 Annual Meeting from November 1-3 at the Hilton Hotel in Burlington, Vermont. The theme of the 2017 Annual Meeting is “Bridging the Gap: Collaborating to Succeed.”
NYSCHA members are encouraged to submit proposals to present. Submitting a program proposal is a great way to showcase your expertise or an innovative project you or your institution is working on. Presentations are typically 75-90 minutes in length.
NYSCHA Student Travel Awards – Due Oct. 13
To encourage students to attend the NECHA/NYSCHA 2017 Combined Annual Meeting, NYSCHA is offering Student Travel Awards to assist students with the cost to travel to Burlington and the cost of the hotel. Applications are due by Friday, October 13. Applicants are encouraged to apply before this deadline. Applications will be reviewed and approved as they are received. Funding is open to student applicants from colleges and universities in New York State. Applicants must have demonstrated an interest in college health. Preference is given to students who have been involved in health center sponsored programs such as student health advisory boards or peer health educators. A representative from the student’s health service is asked to indicate support for the student applicant.
The Call for Proposals for the NECHA | NYSCHA 2017 Annual Meeting, “Bridging the Gap: Collaborating to Succeed,” is NOW OPEN!
This year’s event will be held in Burlington, VT on November 1-3, 2017–We hope you’ll join us! For more information about the Annual Meeting, including the Call for Proposals, click here. NECHA President-elect Laurie Gallimore, BS, RN, is serving as this year’s Annual Meeting Program Chair. She and her multi-disciplinary planning committee will soon be reviewing proposals and setting the stage for NECHA/NYSCHA 2017. Please contact Laurie with your thoughts as we strive to make sure this year’s event meets your expectations and more! Deadline for initial online submission is Thursday, March 2.
If you are interested in exhibiting and/or being a sponsor for the NECHA/NYSCHA 2017 Combined Annual Meeting, information will be available on the NECHA website in January.
For more information, visit the NECHA website at: www.NECHAonline.org
NYSCHA 2016 Annual Meeting
Thank you to everyone who attended the NYSCHA 2016 Annual Meeting in October 2016 in Syracuse, New York and especially to the excellent speakers who shared their expertise and experience with us. As its theme, “Coming Together: Refresh, Reconnect, and Re-energize,” promised, the NYSCHA 2016 Annual Meeting offered the opportunity for college health professionals to share ideas, learn from each other, and explore ways to improve the care and services offered to meet the needs of our student populations. Collaboration across disciplines, within campus communities, and with college health colleagues throughout New York State helped us to refresh, renew, and re-energize our skills and ourselves. Click here to access the slides for the presentations.
Handouts from Previous NYSCHA Annual Meetings
The handouts from previous Annual Meeting are below. The handouts are organized by session. We appreciate our speakers’ willingness to share their presentations with NYSCHA members.