Plenaries at NATISHE will allow educators to learn and practice the basic skills that are necessary to deliver a successful educational program. Each plenary will provide tools to allow participants to build a foundation for an educational program. Plenary content builds throughout the week, providing educators with a strong framework developing training programs.
In response to growing attention and funding for evidence-based intervention in the field of sexual health, NATISHE will include sessions designed to increase participants' ability to identify and select appropriate evidence-based interventions as well as successfully implement these in existing programs.
Observation and Support Groups
Practice and Support (PS) Groups are a unique feature of NATISHE. Small groups meet throughout the training to provide participants with support, guidance and feedback to aid in the development of their professional skills. PS Groups generally consist of 8 to 10 participants and are led by a Core Staff member.