Meeting of the Minds Conference - April 5-7


Author
Joan Masteers, Missouri Partners in Prevention

Published
February 28, 2018


The schedule for the Meeting of the Minds conference, including all breakout sessions, poster sessions, and special events is now online at http://mom.missouri.edu/schedule.html

The conference will be held April 5-7th, 2018 in Kansas City Missouri.  Learn more at http://mom.missouri.edu.  Registration deadline is March 19th

The conference schedule is packed with sessions on evidence-based strategies to address our campus’ most significant behavioral health concerns. 

After a record number of call for programs submitted, we have a robust amount of sessions on topics in the following tracks:

  • Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention and Intervention
  • Health Promotion and Wellness
  • Mental Health
  • Equity and Diversity
  • Law Enforcement
  • Sexual Violence Prevention

The conference will feature several keynote sessions throughout the three day event.  Additionally, several full day and half day pre-conferences are also available on Thursday, April 5th.

The Meeting of the Minds is also the Central College Health Association’s Annual Conference and the Region IV-W NASPA BACCHUS Initiatives conference.  Meeting of the Minds will feature CEUs for nurses and medical professionals (CNE/CME), counselors, psychologists, social workers, and prevention personnel as well as CECH credit for CHES and Advanced CHES professionals.  Law enforcement sessions will offer POST credit for law enforcement personnel.  


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