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The SOPHE Policy & Resolutions Committee came to a consensus that the public health impact of opioid misuse, prevention, and advocacy is a key issue for health educators in 2019. This particular webinar focuses on core advocacy skills that students, faculty members, and all public health professionals can use to advocate for public health priorities (i.e. opioid prevention) at the state and local level.

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This session will describe a needs assessment procedure for fostering student-athlete well-being. We will apply three theories and models to the assessment process and determine the needs for health education/promotion programming based on assessment findings.

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This session will provide a comprehensive description of the evolution of the opioid epidemic and offer strategies that are inclusive and culturally relevant. The goal of this session is to ensure that health educators and public health practitioners understand the critical importance of developing and implementing strategies to address the opioid epidemic through a comprehensive, inclusive and culturally appropriate lens.

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This webinar is geared towards addressing the problem of identifying what claims immigrants have in regard to their health/healthcare in modern societies in the globalized world. Our presenter from the SOPHE Ethics Committee, Sely-Ann Headley is currently a 3rd-year Health Education doctoral student at the University of Toledo. Ms. Headley received a Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in Epidemiology, from the Northwest Ohio Consortium for Public Health (NOCPH), a joint effort of the University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University in 2013. Ms. Headley worked as a food safety auditor at NSF International, and as food safety and health education instructor before starting the Ph.D. program. Ms. Headley has had the opportunity to conduct research within the school of population health on various topics and had developed a keen interest in mitigating violence on university campuses.

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This webinar will showcase findings from a new, national study examining tobacco marketing at retailers participating in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and/or Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) programs across the U.S.

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The All of Us Research Program is a research program from the National Institutes of Health that aims to enroll 1 million people to share health information and improve the future of health. This webinar will share the program’s successes of the initiative of which supports and amplifies the communications and marketing initiatives of All of Us partners and affiliates.

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  •  2.0 CHES, 2.0 CPH, 2.0 Entry-level CECH

Health Promotion Practice July 2019: Funding Priorities: Data-Driven Approach for Prioritizing Community Health Needs in Vulnerable Communities 

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CHES Journal Self-Study Health Eduacation & Behavior: Steps Toward Scalability: Illustrations From a Smoke-Free Homes Program

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This webinar will discuss professional preparation for aspiring health education consultants. It is geared towards health educators of all levels who are interested in self-employment.

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Learn more about gun violence as a public health crisis - behavior change, evaluation, prevention, child and adolescent health, and program planning. Discussion of how to prevent firearm suicides. Example of community engagement programs which impact priority populations. Participants will be able to apply a public health approach to a leading cause of death in the United States

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The focus of this webinar is to prepare and advocate organizations to further communicate their program impact. Health promotion programs offered by public and community health organizations have success stories to share, but due to a lack of resources (staff, time and money), are often unable to communicate and advocate these stories.

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Hear more about a new perspective on workforce engagement (work-site health) and leadership or training that can be incorporated into public health and built into best practices for public health professionals.

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  •  2.0 CHES, 2.0 CPH, 2.0 Entry-level CECH

Pedagogy in Health Promotion Journal Self Study March 2019:

Promoting Statewide Quality Improvement in Tobacco Use Prevention Through Longitudinal Health Promotion Training for Tennessee County Health Departments 

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CHES Self-Study Health Education & Behavior: Framing Obesity: Effects of Obesity Labeling and Prevalence Statistics on Public Perceptions

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CHES Journal Self-Study Health Education and Behavior: Study Design and Use of Inquiry Frameworks in Qualitative Research Published in Health Education & Behavior

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