Project TEACH Annual Forum: Innovative Practices in Prevention Science

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September 14, 2018 @ 8:00 am – 4:15 pm
Albany Marriott
189 Wolf Rd
Albany, NY 12205

Attend this dynamic conference to help incubate strategies and solutions for moving prevention science from policy to practice in New York State.

Network with leaders in prevention science. Explore how early interventions improve outcomes in primary care settings. Strategize on the path from idea to policy to practice. And contribute to better health and a brighter future for children and adolescents in New York State.

Register now to reserve your spot at this event and join colleagues to:

  • Focus on early identification, prevention, community-based advocacy, and programs finding success in New York State
  • Harness ideas on socioeconomic and environmental determinants of health, and how to move prevention science from policy to practice
  • Foster dialogue with experts from the Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy, Harvard Medical School, NYS Department of Health, and many New York-based organizations that are involved in prevention initiatives

Plus, hear keynote sessions from:

  • James Hudziak, MD, Professor, Departments of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, University of Vermont
    Dr. Hudziak is also Director of the Vermont Family-Based Approach, which focuses on the entire family, recognizes emotional and behavioral health as the key aspect of health, and emphasizes health promotion along with evidence-based intervention.

Laurie Miller Brotman, PhD, Prevention Science Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Population Health, NYU Langone Medical Center
Dr. Brotman is also Director of the Center for Early Childhood Health and Development (CEHD). CEHD operates ParentCorps, a family-centered, school-based program to help all young students develop the foundational skills for learning.