LIVE: SOPHE 2022 Student Health Edu-Thon Winning Scenario: Truman State University

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The proposed program, based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), provides
module-based resources for youth including topics such as understanding emotions, retraining
thoughts, stress relief activities, and relationships. The desired outcome for the program is to
have an increase in mental health services in rural Northeast Missouri and decrease the reported
instances of depression and anxiety for adolescents in the area. The potential for digital
marketing in this area will allow for communication through multiple channels. Additionally,
easy access to the program will eliminate any barriers on accessing the program, by providing
links in the social media posts to the sign in page and posting step-by-step instructions on how to
access the program.

By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to describe the need for the digital intervention as
evaluated by the presentation of data depicting adolescents' mental health and identify a plan to accomplish the
intervention by detailing a plan for implementation (2.3.4) (6.1.3)

Allison Oligschlaeger

Student

Truman State University

My name is Allison Oligschlaeger and I am a senior at Truman State University.  I am a health science major with a pre-med concentration. On campus I am involved in many organizations including Phi Epsilon Kappa, Purple Pride, and Pre-SOMA. I also work as a student ambassador giving tours to potential students. In my free time I enjoy staying active, practicing photography, and enjoying time with friends. My future plans are to attend medical school and become a primary care physician. 

Amanda Berry

Student

Truman State University

Amanda Berry is a rising senior at Truman State University. She is majoring in health science with a concentration in community and worksite public health and minors in disability studies and psychology. This past summer, Amanda interned at CHADS Coalition for Mental Health focusing on health communication for youth suicide prevention programs. She will be interning at an area health education center this fall and looks forward to continuing to learn more within the field of public health.

Kirstyn Dietle

Student

Truman State University

Kirstyn is from a small Northeastern Missouri town near Hannibal, Missouri. Growing up, she lived a rural life. Having the opportunity to work with her team on this project at Truman State University meant a lot to her, as it was using real data from their part of Missouri to show how they would help youth from areas like Kirstyn grew up in. She finds the lack of resources, especially for mental health, as saddening. Kirstyn believes showing what can be done with technology interventions is something that can hopefully be utilized more in the future, especially for rural areas!

 

Brody Asbury

Student

Truman State University

Health Science Major with Minors in Biology, Psychology, and International Studies and
President of the Student Public Health Association at Truman State University

Chelsey Hughes, MS, CHES® (Moderator)

Project Manager, Grants

Society for Public Health Education

Chelsey Hughes, MS, CHES® is the Project Manager, Grants at the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). She holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Old Dominion University and a Master of Science in Health Promotion from Maryland University of Integrative Health. She brings several years of experience in school health, health education, and health promotion as she has authored and co-authored health education and promotion programs focused on health, wellness, and nutrition for school-aged children, adolescents, and adults. Hughes oversees the CDC Healthy Schools cooperative agreements as well as several internal committees at SOPHE; SOPHE Awards, Professional Preparation Committee, and the Student Health Edu-Thon Subcommittee.

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