NYSAIRS compiles educational and professional development opportunities for its members, promoting the skills and standards of providing information and referral. Contact us if you would like to post a relevant event.
The Kids Well-Being Indicators Clearinghouse presents Using KWIC Data in PowerPoint Presentations, a recorded webinar available anytime through Vimeo.
Ninth annual health system summit sponsored by Adirondack Health Institute. Sessions include: Tackling Social Determinants of Health, Community Members Leading Change, Value Based Payment in NY, Partnering to Improve Health, and more.
The 2nd Annual New York State Suicide Prevention Conference: Pillars of
Prevention sponsored by OMH and SPC-NY is a two-day event that will
showcase the latest research and practice in the field of suicide
prevention and will feature presentations by state and national experts. **Join
your colleagues at this event designed to promote collaboration in
research, clinical* *interventions, and community prevention. Speakers include John Draper, Ph.D., Michael Rosanoff, MPH, and Craig A. Miller. More details and registration information to come.
SAMHSA's SMVF TA Center will host a webinar that highlights three examples of Veteran Service Organizations (VSOs) and other veteran initiatives that are partnering with the community to better serve the behavioral health needs of veterans and their families: (1) The George W. Bush Institute’s Military Service Initiative, (2) the Cohen Veterans Network, and (3) the Student Veterans of America. Participants will learn how they can work together with these organizations and others to strengthen their community’s network of support.
Vermont Information, Referral and Assistance Symposium will provide educational and professional development opportunities promoting the skills and standards of providing information and referral.
This day of collaborative learning will offer networking opportunities with colleagues from across New England. Through workshops, you'll learn practical strategies and new skills, explore establishing a formalized membership association across New England and better understand the professional dimensions of I&R/A services through best practices and the self-assessment tool.
We are fortunate to have an amazing group of guest speakers, workshop facilitators, attendees, volunteers, and organizers come together to strengthen the field of I&R and support important work of its professionals.
This conference provides an opportunity to explore key health issues impacting citizens living in New York’s rural communities.