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Early Bird Registration - $155 for both days; $110 one day (must register on or before August 15, 2014) - All participants registering during the Early Bird period will be eligible to win a $100 gift card.
Learn from Dr. Ralph DiClemente, Architect of evidence-based adolescent health curricula, SiHLE and HORIZONS, and public health solutions.
Dr. DiClemente is a Charles Howard Candler Professor of Public Health, Associate Director of the Emory/Atlanta Center for AIDS Research and serves concurrent appointments within the School of Medicine. He most recently served as Chair of the Behavioral Science and Health Education Department at Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. He is a developer of several adolescent health curriculum, most notably SiHLE and HORIZONS. (Lunch, Thursday, October 2, 2014)
Learn from Ivan Juzang, Designer of public health communications campaigns and community mobilization projects.
Ivan J. Juzang, the Founder and President of MEE (Motivational Educational Entertainment) Productions, Inc., has over two decades of practical, first-hand experience running a behavior health communications business he founded during his final year at The Wharton Graduate School of Business. Over the past 24 years, Mr. Juzang has become a leading expert in the field of social marketing and behavior change communications, producing and implementing results-oriented intervention campaigns that address health, educational and social disparities that impact low-income, underserved communities. He conducts qualitative audience research that provides an "insider's view" of the challenging daily realities of urban living, and combines it with creative, "outside the box" media production and "grassroots" community mobilization strategies. (Lunch, Friday, October 3, 2014)
OCTOBER 2-3, 2014
We are excited to announce the upcoming 2014 GCAPP Conference. During this conference, we will help build new knowledge and skills among youth-serving professionals to more effectively implement and sustain programs and services to enhance the health and well-being of Georgia's Youth.
This conference is for YOU, and seeks to provide valuable knowledge and tools to enhance the work currently being done with youth in the community, as well as create opportunities to collaborate with other professionals.
500 Powder Springs Street, Marietta, GA 30064
Reference the GCAPP to get the special room rate of $109 per night.
Building Capacity and Sustainability
Using Adaptive Leadership to Promote Sustainable Programs
Addressing Common Technical Assistance Needs
Successfully Creating and Using Program Evaluation
Motivational Interviewing as a tool for Changing Behavior
Classroom Management for Health Programming
Using Technology to Engage Teens
Building Community Partnerships
Utilizing Higher Education Partnerships
Effectively Engaging Parents
Community Mobilization 101
Building Community Partnerships through the Carrera Program
Building Cultural Competence
Working Effectively with Boys
Faith and Sexuality
Teen Pregnancy Prevention Among Teens in Juvenile Justice/Foster Care
Understanding the Impact of Pornography of Today’s Teens
Examining How Race and Class Impact our Work
Effectively Facilitating Among Teens with Learning Difficulties
Building Healthy Behaviors
Sexual Violence/Dating Violence Prevention
Bringing in the Bystander: Bystander Prevention Approach
Obesity Prevention Strategies
Substance Abuse Prevention Among Teens
Strategies for Working with Teens with Mental Health Issues
Implementing Comprehensive Nutrition and Physical Activity Programming
Building Clinic Connections
Encouraging LARCS among Teens
Implementing the Clinic Linking Module
Achievable Best Practices for Clinics
Using the 17-Day Intervention
Checks should be mailed to GCAPP with 10 business days of online registration submission.
1718 Peachtree Street, Suite 465
Atlanta, GA 30309
Attn: Christy Walker, Conference Registration
If checks are not received by September 15th, you will be removed from the conference registration list.