Upcoming Programs

Cultivating Natural Mindfulness: Benefits and Practices for Ourselves and Others
  • On-demand

Join us on December 13 for a webinar on mindfulness. You will gain a conceptual and experiential understanding of mindfulness meditation and its many benefits. This webinar provides an understanding and experience of mindfulness meditation as distinguished from other types of meditation. Register now!

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Nutrition and Diabetes: Examining the Evidence
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Join us on December 14 for a webinar on nutrition and diabetes. Allison C. Sylvetsky, PhD, assistant professor, Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University, will discuss the role of various foods, nutrients and dietary patterns in diabetes prevention and management. Topics include current nutritional recommendations for individuals with diabetes and key gaps in the literature and areas for future research. Register now!

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Community-Driven Efforts to Increase Equity in Communities through Policy and Systems Change: Outcomes and Lessons Learned from 9 Years of Food & Fitness Community Partnerships
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  •  1 Entry Level

Join us on December 11 for a webinar about equity within the community. This webinar will give insight into the importance of using an equity lens to create local policy and systems change to improve the food and active living environment in communities. Community-driven approaches and creating opportunities for authentic civic engagement of community voices are needed for improving health in communities. Register now!

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AIDSVu 101: Visualizing the HIV Epidemic
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  •  1 Entry Level

Join us on December 10 for a webinar on AIDSVu. This webinar will concentrate on how to use AIDSVu, an interactive online mapping tool that visualizes the HIV epidemic on communities across the United States to increase disease awareness and promote data-driven public health decision-making. AIDSVu’s maps, data, service locators, and infographics can be used by advocates, researchers, grant writers, and health departments to understand HIV across the U.S. 

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The Healthy Brain Initiative: Improving Dementia Outcomes for African American and Asian American Pacific Islander Populations
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  •  1 Entry Level

Join us on December 7 for a webinar about Alzheimer’s disease. A full-fledged public health response is needed to improve outcomes for Alzheimer’s and other dementia's. The new Healthy Brain Initiative State and Local Public Health Partnerships to Address Dementia: The 2018- -2023 Road Map has a central goal of reducing disparities among underserved populations.

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M.I.N.D Management
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  •  1 Entry Level

Join us on December 4 for a webinar from motivational speaker Jose Flores. Jose Flores is a contributor to large publications such as Entrepreneur, The Good Men Project and Thrive Global and has been featured on multiple television networks. He speaks to thousands of people at colleges, non-profits, corporations, and business seminars, every year on how to never give up, develop a positive attitude and turn into a mental beast.

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National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week: Its Time for Students to Shatter the Myths
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  •  1 Entry Level

Join us on December 3 for a webinar in preparation for National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® in January. Nearly one in three 12th graders report vaping in the past year. During this webinar, you will learn about National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® and related best practices in substance use education to help Shatter The Myths® about drugs and alcohol for students in your community.

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01-505DL Measurement Issues for Health Education Specialists
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In this webinar, the participants will enhance their understanding of the foundations of measurement as these apply to assess needs for and evaluating evidence-based health education and health promotion interventions. Guided references for further readings will be provided in the webinar

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01-508DL Public Health Strategic Workforce Action Agenda
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This webinar will share the development, results, implications, and recommendations for developing a more robust and coordinated approach to workforce development that addresses the diversity and complexity of challenges faced by public health practitioners.

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01-509DL Epilepsy Disparities and Seizure First Aid
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Join us on November 15 for a webinar highlighting Epilepsy Awareness Month. Learn seizure first aid and where to obtain credible epilepsy health education resources. Learn more at epilepsy.com.

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01-507DL Behind the Label with the FDA: Ensuring Health Educators Understand the Updated Nutrition Facts Label
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On November 8 we will have a webinar that will equip Health Educators to understand the major changes to the Nutrition Facts label and will take attendees “behind the label” to empower them to deliver effective Nutrition Facts label education within the communities they serve.

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01-489DL Next Steps: Advocating for Gun Violence Prevention after the Advocacy Summit
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On October 23, join us for our Next Steps: Advocacy Webinar. The purpose of this webinar is for participants and those who did not attend the 2018 Advocacy Summit to be able to apply the tools, tactics, and skills learned to advance health education.

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01-504DL The Impact on Environmental Health
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On October 19, we will have a webinar about environmental health including emerging health issues (i.e. climate change, asthma and air quality factors) and its impact on population health. Participants will leave this presentation energized and able to discuss the impact that humans have on the world around us, how behavioral health influences health outcomes, and how policies/systems shape environmental health.

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PHP 031 September 2018: Institutional Review Board Basics for Pedagogy Research
  • Downloadable
  •  2.0 Advanced-level CECH, 2.0 CHES, 2.0 Entry-level CECH, 2.0 MCHES

Pedagogy in Health Promotion Journal Self Study: Institutional Review Board Basics for Pedagogy Research

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