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May 2019

Stronger Together: Mental Health and Wellness Conference

$150

The conference will unite peers, family members, advocates and professionals for a one-of-a-kind, statewide mental health event. The conference is being sponsored by NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers' Association, and Mental Health Association of Pennsylvania.   Early-bird Registration $125: February 4 – March 4, 2019 Standard Registration $150: March 5 – May 13, 2019

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2019 Pennsylvania Mental Health and Wellness Conference

The 2019 Pennsylvania Mental Health & Wellness Conference will be held on May 20 and 21, 2019 at the Holiday Inn Harrisburg-Hershey. This conference will unite peers, family members, advocates and professionals for a one-of-a-kind, statewide mental health event. This conference is being sponsored by NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania, Mental Health Association of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumer Association.

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2019 PA Community Alliance Summit

May 21 - May 22

The Summit is a day of networking, discovering alliances and collaboration building among diverse organizations throughout Pennsylvania led by and/or supporting underserved/unserved populations who experience marginalization and oppression. This year will be the 5th annual PA Community Alliance Summit! Please join us for a fantastic workshop: Teaming- Releasing the Transforming Power of Coalition Building; conducted by the National Coalition Building Institute of Rochester, NY. Utilizing a series of interactive sessions, the workshop will educate on forming strong partnerships and collaborations,…

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2019 PA Community Alliance Summit

May 21 - May 22
Harrisburg Hilton, 1 North 2nd Street
Harrisburg, PA United States
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Free

Khe Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council invites you to a day of networking, discovering alliances and collaboration building among diverse organizations throughout Pennsylvania led by and/or supporting underserved/unserved populations who experience marginalization and oppression. Oppression affects many of us, for different socially constructed reasons: racism, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual identity and orientation, disability, economics, rural/urban location, religion, and so much more. Although our discrimination experiences may be different, we can be a valuable support and resource to each other in our…

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June 2019

PA SOPHE Summer Health Institute: Emerging Health Issues Update

June 4
Dixon University Center, 2986 North Second Street
Harrisburg, PA, PA 17110 United States
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$50 – $75

Contact Laurie Welch for the agenda and to register fo the event.  The cost is $75 for professionals and $50 for students.  The cost includes continental breakfast, lunch, and up to 4 hours of continuing education.

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Call for Papers: Health and Well-Being in Amish Society: A Multidisciplinary Conference

June 6 - June 9

The international conference will focus on health, healing, health care, and individual and community welfare and well-being in Amish life. Since at least 1964, with the publication of the essay “Genetic Studies of the Amish,” by Victor McKusick, John Hostetler, and Janice Egeland, scholars have identified the unique contribution that Amish communities play in advancing medical knowledge. In the years since then, clinical studies, ethnographic research, and creative new avenues for providing health care have flourished with the active participation…

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Health and Well-Being in Amish Society: A Multidisciplinary Conference

June 6 - June 8
$240

The conference focus is health, health care, and individual and community welfare and well-being in Amish life. Keynote speaker Joseph B. Martin and plenary speakers Katherine Hempstead, Martha King, and Melissa Thomas join many other scholars, researchers, and practitioners who will present seminars, workshops, papers, and posters.  The three-day event, cosponsored by WellSpan Health and open to the public, will highlight topics such as genetics, culturally appropriate care, Amish understandings of healing and well-being, mental health, alternative and complementary medicine, preventive…

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HRSA Regional Grants Workshop (Missouri)

June 26 - June 27
Richard Bolling Federal Building, 601 E 12th Street, Conference Room #864
Kansas City, MO 64106 United States
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Our Kansas City, Mo., Regional Grants Workshop — occurring June 26–27, 2019 — will focus on HRSA grants administration and feature a variety of sessions relevant to HRSA grantees. Am I eligible to attend? As long as your organization has at least one active HRSA grant, you are eligible. Why should I attend? Attending this in-person workshop will afford you many opportunities, including: A better understanding of HRSA grants administration from pre-award through close-out. The ability to attend a variety…

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August 2019

Call for Abstracts: 45th Annual National Association for Rural Mental Health Conference

August 26 - August 29

The National Association for Rural Mental Health (NARMH) invites you to submit a proposal to present at the 2019 NARMH Annual Conference. Submit a proposal online at www.narmh.org. Conference registration will open March 15, 2019. About Our Conference The National Association for Rural Mental Health (NARMH) Annual Conference is the premier interdisciplinary mental health event for rural families and peers, community members, clinicians, researchers, administrators and policy professionals. Now in its 45th year, the NARMH Annual Conference provides a collaborative…

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September 2019

Pennsylvania EMS Conference: Call for Abstracts

September 4 - September 6
Spooky Nook Sports Complex, 2913 Spooky Nook Rd.
Manheim, PA 17545 United States
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Numerous Speaking Opportunities!! The Pennsylvania EMS Conference invites EMS educators, experts from related fields, clinical researchers, and anyone else with a great story to tell to present educational programs at this conference. This event draws approximately 400 EMS providers from across the Commonwealth. Our goal is to craft a well-rounded, informative, and engaging program for all of our conference attendees. Presenting is an excellent way to showcase your hospital, EMS agency, or personal accomplishments and expertise while interacting with EMS…

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