NYSCSH Webinars and Presentations

  • The Webinars and PowerPoint presentations on this page were developed by the NYS Center for School Health and the NYS Education Department. Webinars which were produced with funding and in collaboration with the NYS Department of Health will be identified by an acknowledgment. External links do not imply endorsement and resources used should be reviewed for alignment with local district policies. Schools, districts, and BOCES should consult with their school attorneys regarding specific legal questions. These webinars may be viewed in any browser but will work best in: Windows: Google Chrome (latest version), Mac: Safari 6.0.5 or later, Google Chrome (latest version) and Mobile: Safari in Apple iOS 6 or later

  • Creating LGBT Inclusive Schools

    Creating LGBT Inclusive Schools

    This self-paced webinar provides school staff with information on how they can support LGBT students in NYS schools. It includes information and resources from the NYSED, CDC, NYSDOH and advocacy organizations such as GLSEN, and supports the goal of providing all students with a safe and inclusive environment. It complements existing resources available from the NYSED relating to the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA). (October 2018, 1 CTLE)

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  • #DoingIt-Creating an HIV Free Generation Update for School Health Professionals

    #DoingIt-Creating an HIV Free Generation Update for School Health Professionals

    This self-paced webinar provides school staff with information on the current state of HIV transmission, treatment, and most importantly prevention. This information will assist you to join other NYS health professionals in being part of the team to end the epidemic of HIV/AIDS. (October 2018, 1 CTLE)

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  • Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence:Impact on Children and Youth

    Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence:Impact on Children and Youth

    This self-paced webinar will explore the issue of Domestic Violence (also called Intimate Partner Violence), a serious preventable public health problem affecting 1 in 3 woman and 1 in 4 men. IPV is defined as a type of trauma or adverse childhood event (ACE), and can cause health, social and emotional implications for health and learning. The role of school staff, including teachers and nurses, in supporting students affected as well as resources for further learning will be provided. (March 2018 1 hour CTLE)

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  • Managing Allergies and Anaphylaxis at School:Training for School Personnel

    Managing Allergies and Anaphylaxis at School:Training for School Personnel

    This NYS Department of Health (NYSDOH) approved webinar may be used to train school staff in recognizing signs of anaphylaxis and how to respond using an epinephrine auto-injector. Resources included the webinar, post-test, and skills checklist. While not required for school nurses, it contains valuable information which may be of interest. (March 2017, 22 minutes).

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  • Opioid Overdose Prevention Training for School Personnel

    Opioid Overdose Prevention Training for School Personnel

    This NYS Department of Health (NYSDOH) approved webinar provides training for NYS schools choosing to implement Opioid Overdose Prevention and allow naloxone administration by school staff who are not medical professionals. It has been approved pursuant to section 3309 of Public Health Law for Opioid Overdose Prevention Training. resources include the webinar, post-test, and skills checklist. Originally released (August 2015, Updated 12/2016; 55 minutes).

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  • Prescription Drug, Opioid and Heroin Abuse and Addiction Webinar

    Prescription Drug, Opioid and Heroin Abuse and Addiction Webinar

    This self-paced webinar explores how prescription drug abuse has impacted the heroin epidemic in NYS. It contains resources health educators may use to augment drug prevention education curriculum and lessons. (July 2017, 7 minutes)

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  • Recognizing and Supporting Healthy Teen Relationships

    Recognizing and Supporting Healthy Teen Relationships

    This self-paced webinar will educate school staff on how to support students in recognizing and creating healthy relationships. 1 in 3 adolescents in the U.S. is a victim of emotional, physical, or sexual abuse from a dating partner, a figure that far exceeds other types of youth violence. Only 33% of teens who were in a violent relationship ever told anyone about the abuse. (March 2018 1 hour CTLE).

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  • Resources To Assist LEAs Choosing To Implement a Condom Availability Program (CAP)

    Resources To Assist LEAs Choosing To Implement a Condom Availability Program (CAP)

    This self-paced presentation provides an overview for developing and submitting a CAP to NYSED which meets the requirements for an approvable plan for training school personnel and/or health service personnel providing personal health guidance to students. It is intended for use by administrators, school health services p personnel and health educators. (November 2017, User-Paced/Runtime 5 minutes).

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  • Tick and Tick-Borne Disease

    Tick and Tick-Borne Disease

    This page contains 3 versions of a self-paced webinar which provides information on the prevention and recognition of tick-borne disease such as Lyme Disease. Resources include links to educate staff and families as well as links to additional curriculum materials to educate students. (Webinar, 12 minutes. 29 slides 5/2018).

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Last Modified on November 8, 2018