Register for "Eye to Eye: How to Discuss HPV & Other Sensitive Topics With Youth"
**This training has been rescheduled to Monday, April 27th**
Join us for an Eye to Eye training in Prineville, Oregon. Eye to Eye is a youth-led training designed to shift provider’s approaches to relationships, connections, and power dynamics with youth.
Eye to Eye training is provided by members of the Oregon School-Based Health Alliance (OSBHA) Student Health Advocate group with guidance from our staff. Developed in 2014, Eye to Eye has been highly rated by CCO healthcare providers. The training gives providers an opportunity to move past theory and into practice by actively engaging in discussion and healthcare exchange roleplays. Youth trainers will guide participants through activities designed to shine a light on unconscious bias, and demonstrate how to engage and communicate effectively with youth.
This interactive youth-led training will give you tools to:
+ Increase HPV inoculation at your clinic
+ Support students in developing healthy relationships
+ Learn to identify biases & take action to better communicate with all youth
Participating providers will:
+ Better understand how to have effective conversations about HPV prevention with youth
+ Understand the importance of confidentiality in a youth/adult mentor relationship
+ Learn to develop a stronger rapport with youth
+ Identify and understand biases and their impact on youth
+ Understand how minor consent laws shape treatment provision
April 27, 2020
12:00 - 4:30 pm
Central Oregon Community College
510 SE Lynn Blvd
Prineville, OR 97754
This is a FREE training. Lunch will be provided.
If you are a healthcare provider who works with youth, this training is for you!
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