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01-479DL The Emotional Life of Patients with Chronic Diseases: A Framework for Health Promotion Strategies
  • On-demand
  •   1.0 CHES, 1.0 CPH, 1.0 Entry-level CECH, 1.0 Category I CECH

Being a patient with chronic disease is a physical and emotional experience, one that continually demands adjustments to cope with the inherent stress of being ill. The ability to recognize a patient's emotional health is a vital component of a healthcare professional's communication skills. Understanding the patient's emotional health leads to improved provider-patient relationships and health outcomes.

For purposes of this presentation, emotional health is defined as the way that we feel, and the way that our feelings affect us. This presentation highlights a health promotion framework that emphasizes the emotional health of patients with a chronic disease.

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01-482DL Exploring Potential Collaborative Efforts to Ignite Impact in Health Education
  • On-demand
  •   1.0 MCHES, 1.0 CPH, 1.0 Advanced-level CECH, 1.0 Category I CECH

Many entities are committed to health education and promotion including government agencies, professional associations, community-based organizations, and academic institutions including the Cooperative Extension System. Their shared goal of building sustainable programs has a significant impact on the health of the community. Rather than view each other as competitors, these entities can engage in collaborative efforts to maximize resources, particularly when facing a challenging financial landscape.

This webinar will describe how health educators and researchers at sister campuses formed a successful partnership for the common purpose of reaching a specific audience.

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01-475DL The Use of Theory-Based Formative Research to Design Suicide Prevention Messaging for U.S. Veterans in Midlife
  • On-demand
  •   1.0 MCHES, 1.0 CPH, 1.0 Advanced-level CECH, 1.0 Category I CECH

In this webinar, participants will learn about the ‘Using the Theory of Planned Behavior’ as a guide, this research team examined 809 telephone surveys of U.S. military veterans aged 44 to 65 years old and determined that perceived behavioral control was one of the largest predictors of intentions to seek help.

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01-472DL School-Based and Community-Based Gun Safety Educational Strategies for Injury Prevention
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  •   1.0 MCHES, 1.0 CPH, 1.0 Advanced-level CECH, 1.0 Category I CECH

This presentation is based on a recently published article in SOPHE's Health Promotion Practice Journal, entitled School-Based and Community-Based Gun Safety Educational Strategies for Injury Prevention.  Please join us for this important webinar and hear the results and conclusions of the journal author's systematic review.

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01-480DL The Time is Now -- Cultivating Public-Private Partnerships in Achieving Public Health Goals
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  •   1.0 CHES, 1.0 CPH, 1.0 Entry-level CECH, 1.0 Category I CECH

Learn how partnerships with the private sector (public-private partnerships) can help you further your public health mission. This webinar will include a discussion on how to build and maintain these relationships and where to find overlap, marketing public health in a compelling way.

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01-476DL Educating Youth to Celebrate Safely
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  •   1.0 CHES, 1.0 CPH, 1.0 Entry-level CECH, 1.0 Category I CECH

In this webinar, participants will be able to create fireworks safety and education programs for youth. The goal of this education is to instill in young people an understanding of how consumer fireworks should be used appropriately, discourage the misuse of fireworks, and decrease the number of fireworks-related injuries in the U.S.

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HE&B 274 Unexpected Effects of a System-Distributed Mobile Application in Maternity Care: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  • Downloadable
  •  2.0 CHES

As pregnant mothers increasingly engage in shared decision making regarding prenatal decisions, such as induction of labor, the patient’s level of activation may influence pregnancy outcomes. One potential tool to increase patient activation in the clinical setting is mobile applications. However, research is limited in comparing mobile apps with other modalities of patient education and engagement tools. Aim. This study was designed to test the effectiveness of a mobile app as a replacement for a spiral notebook guide as a patient education and engagement tool in the prenatal clinical setting.

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HPP 179 September: ¡Miranos! (Look at us! We Are Healthy!): Home-Based and Parent Peer–Led Childhood Obesity Prevention
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  •  2.0 CHES, 2.0 CPH, 2.0 MCHES, 2.0 Category I CECH

Parent interventions for childhood obesity prevention have traditionally experienced low participation rates or used passive methods such as newsletters. In con- trast, the ¡Miranos! intervention home-based activities included parent-led face-to-face meetings delivered after school, take-home bags with educational materi- als, and scavenger hunt games to deliver health infor- mation to Head Start families regarding nutrition, physical activity, and healthy growth promotion for their preschooler.

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HPP 181 November: Qualitative Process Evaluation of a Community-Based Culturally Tailored Lifestyle Intervention for Underserved South Asisans
  • Downloadable
  •  2.0 CHES, 2.0 CPH, 2.0 MCHES, 2.0 Category I CECH

Introduction. There are few examples of effective cardiovascular disease prevention interventions for South Asians (SAs). We describe the results of a process evaluation of the South Asian Heart Lifestyle Intervention for medically underserved SAs implemented at a community-based organization (CBO) using community-based participatory research methods and a randomized control design (n = 63).

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HPP 183 January: Do Neighborhood Demographics Modify Walking Group Intervention Effectiveness in Urban Neighborhoods?
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  •  2.0 CHES, 2.0 CPH, 2.0 MCHES, 2.0 Category I CECH

Objectives. We assessed the effects of neighborhood com- position on effectiveness of the Walk Your Heart to Health (WYHH) intervention in promoting physical activity and reducing cardiovascular risk (CVR) in low- to-moderate–income, predominantly non-Latino Black (NLB) and Latino communities. 

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HPP 186 May: Women's Health and Mindfulness (WHAM): A Randomized Intervention Among Older Lesbian/Bisexual Women
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  •  2.0 CHES, 2.0 CPH, 2.0 MCHES, 2.0 Category I CECH

Introduction. Lesbian and bisexual (LB) women have higher body weight than heterosexual women. Interventions focused on health and well-being versus weight loss may be more likely to succeed among LB women. This article describes effects of Women’s Health and Mindfulness, a 12-week pilot intervention addressing mindfulness, healthy eating, and physical activity, on outcomes associated with chronic disease risk among overweight and obese LB women older than 40 years.

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HPP 189 July: Understanding Determinants of Cardiovascular Health in a Mexican American Community
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  •  2.0 CHES, 2.0 CPH, 2.0 MCHES, 2.0 Category I CECH

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in Hispanic Americans. Social and physical determinants of health unique to this community must be understood before interventions can be designed and implemented.

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