Health Transition Learning Community
The Youth Health Transition Learning Community provides networking opportunities for health professionals who wish to move transition forward in their own organizations. This statewide group comes together virtually to share ideas and best practices around youth health transition. This webinar is for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, community supports, and anyone interested in supporting youth as they transition from adolescent to adult health care.
The Youth Health Transition Initiative, based at the Waisman Center in Madison, facilitates Learning Community activities.
For more information or to sign up to receive notifications of upcoming opportunities visit our
Baylor College of Medicine Conference Annual Chronic Illness and Disability Conference: Transition from Pediatric to Adult-Based Care
This event is focused on information that will be useful to physicians in internal medicine, family practice, pediatrics, and psychiatry; other health care providers including psychologists, social workers, nurses, dietitians, case managers, counselors, and primary care providers and anyone interested in moving transition efforts forward in their organization.
Each year the Youth Health Transition Initiative shares information about registration and the program for the conference. Details and registration information can be found on our Education and Events page.
October 27 & 28, 2022
Audience: medical providers, family members/ caregivers, and other transition stakeholders
The Baylor conference is the largest gathering in the country of experts and stakeholders in Healthcare Transition for youth. In previous years, The Youth Health Transition Initiative has hosted a gathering to view the conference webcast at the American Family Children’s Hospital in Madison. The webcast was also broadcast at Children’s WI for a gathering of professionals and other stakeholders from the Milwaukee area.
During the pandemic the conference was virtual and viewed by individuals from their own computers. We will send out more information about the conference, including if we will be able to host a webcast this year.
More information will be available in August.