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2019 BWIAH Provider Meeting

On May 22-23, 2019, the New York State Department of Health hosted a meeting for providers funded through its Bureau of Women, Infant and Adolescent Health (BWIAH). We provide presentation slides below in PDF format.

2019 Provider Meeting Program

May 22, 2019

Workshop Block 1

Promoting Sexual Health in NYS

Rachel Malloy and Diane Moore

Note: appears in program as Alarming Trends in STIs

Fostering an Organizational Culture that Acknowledges and Mitigates Bias

Molly Findley

Intimate Partner Violence in Student Relationships

Lórien Castelle

What's Going on in the Adolescent Brain?

Jutta Dotterweich

Day 1 Lunch Keynote

Intersection of Human Trafficking and Public Health *

Dana Kaplan

* Warning: this slide set includes disturbing stories and images related to human trafficking, child abuse, and sexual and domestic violence.

Workshop Block 2

Understanding and Addressing the Impact of Stalking on Young People

Lórien Castelle

Reframing Preconception Health and Reproductive Life Planning

Rachel Flink-Bochacki

Restorative Justice, Part 1

Nastia Gorodilova

New Findings from the Adolescent Sexual Health Research Study

Amanda Purington

Medicaid Redesign Team (MRT) Health Information Technology (HIT) Projects:

Connecting Pregnant Women to Needed Services

Vishwanath Rao

Note: appears in program as Web-based HIT Systems for Perinatal Risks Identification and Referral

Workshop Block 3

Reducing Violence through Creating Protective Environments

Elise Lopez

Using Sticks and Stones: Strategies to Build Creative Awareness Projects

Jeff Gurkin-Young, Geoff Peckman, and James Young

Restorative Justice, Part 2

Nastia Gorodilova

Reflecting and Responding to Bias in Your Clinical Practice

Molly Findley

Note: appears in program as How Do Unconscious Biases Influence Our Interactions with Clients?

NYSDOH Commissioner's Listening Sessions: Sharing Birth Stories to Promote Birth Equity

Meaghan Carroll and Nevillene White

Note: appears in program as "We're high risk because we're black" - Maternal Mortality & Racial Disparities

Workshop Block 4

Sexuality in the Digital Age

Janis Whitlock

Fatherhood and Family Wellness

Keston Jones

Note: appears in program as Engaging Fathers

Impacting Policy at the Community Level

Michelle Gerka and Gricel Arredondo

Working in Rural Settings: A Conversation

Jennifer Abrams

Cycle of Addiction, Part 1

Paul Updike

Workshop Block 5

The Many Ways I'm Me: Exploring the Intersections of Identity

Michele Luc

"It Takes a Village": Integrating Preconception Wellness into Community Based Services

Cheryl Hunter-Grant

The ABCD Approach to Working with Rural Communities

Jutta Dotterweich

The Cycle of Addiction, Part 2

Paul Updike

Day 2 Lunch Keynote

Stress Management, Burnout, and Compassion Fatigue

Amy Cunningham

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