Plenary 5: Tackling the Root Causes of Health InequityProduct not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
In this session, participants will be able to compare tobacco use between teens identifying with the various peer crowds and teens, not in each respective peer crowd. Also included will be a summary of how teens from various peer crowds perceive existing peer-crowd targeted tobacco prevention ads.
Using Principles of Leadership to Ignite Forward-Thinking Students (UPLIFTS)Product not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 12/10/2020
Using HESPA II Areas of Responsibilities, VII Leadership and Management, and VIII Ethics and Professionalism, presenters will demonstrate the need for leadership skills at the professional preparation stage, how faculty can assess student capacity for personal leadership, and how leadership activities can be intentionally positioned throughout the health education curricula.
Promoting Health Literacy Through Defining and Measuring Quality School Health EducationProduct not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
This article proposes three challenges that could help refocus our country’s efforts toward the positive impacts quality school health education can have on our population.
Understanding Determinants of Cardiovascular Health in a Mexican American CommunityProduct not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 12/07/2020
Publication Date: 12/7/2020 - This article describes a CVD risk assessment conducted in a primarily Mexican American community, using Healthy People 2020 as a model. Social (language, culture, awareness of CVD, and socioeconomic status) and physical (presence and use of recreation areas, presence of grocery stores, public transportation, and environmental pollution) determinants of health as well as access to health services were assessed.
Does the Use of Motivational Interviewing Skills Promote Change Talk Among Young People Living with HIV in a Digital HIV Care Navigation Text Messaging Intervention?Product not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
This study examines whether the use of MI skills (e.g., OARS [open-ended questions, affirmations, reflective listening, and summaries]) promotes change talk in an SMS text messaging intervention for young people living with HIV in San Francisco.
Positive Peers Mobile Application Reduces Stigma Perception Among Young People Living With HIVProduct not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
This article describes an investigation that was intended to explore stigma among Positive Peers users and gain understanding of how they may think about stigma in relation to the app. This shared work is relevant for linking general mobile app research outcomes to HIV practice, as well as supporting policy advocacy for HIV stigma reduction.
Associations Between Social Support and Social Media Use Among Young Adult Cisgender MSM and Transgender Women Living With HIVProduct not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
This cross-sectional study examined the perceived level of social support and associations with social media use among youth and young adult cisgender men who have sex with men and transgender women living with HIV and examined these associations by gender identity.
OPT-In For Life: A Mobile Technology–Based Intervention to Improve HIV Care Continuum for Young Adults Living With HIVProduct not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s)
In this article, it describes the demonstration using a HIPAA-compliant mobile application as an effective intervention to engage young adults living with HIV in care. This mobile technology–based intervention can be incorporated into routine clinical practice to improve HIV care continuum.
Using the New Health Education Teacher Preparation Standards to Create Program AssessmentsContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
This webinar will provide an orientation to the new Health Education Teacher Preparation standards and give examples of assessments.
Quality Assurance in Teaching K-12 Health Education: Paving a New Path ForwardProduct not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
This article provides a call to action in five areas to strengthen both the professional preparation and professional development of school health educators.
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