NHEW 2022: A Guide to Leading CHES Exam Sessions: Lessons Learned
Recorded On: 10/20/2022
- Non-member - $18
- Member - $9
- Student Member - $5
- Student Non-Member - $10
|This session provides a quick guide approach and lessons learned when leading a CHES exam prep session. In the session, you will learn commonly asked student questions, a guide for using feedback to tailor the sessions, and how to facilitate an educational study session via Zoom. |
By the end of this session participants will be able to:
1) Summarize the fundamentals to organizing a CHES study session.
2) Communicate responses to common test questions.
3) Design a study plan outline for future CHES sessions.
4) Recall sources of information for CHES preparation.
Assistant Professor of Health Sciences, Health and Kinesiology Department
Georgia Southern University
Jacquelyn Mesenbrink completed her DrPH and MPH at Georgia Southern University and received a B.S. in Biology from Iowa State University. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Health Sciences in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Georgia Southern University. Jacquelyn has presented at various conferences throughout the country including the American Public Health Association, Georgia Public Health Association, and Georgia State University Conference. She has held a multitude of leadership positions including Employee Resource Group, Sexual Assault Response Team, GASOPHE Education and Training, Dean’s Advisory Committee, Graduate Student Organization, Georgia Public Health Association Career Development Board, Coastal Georgia Indicators Coalition, and Georgia Southern University Strategic Planning Board for Teaching and Research. Jacquelyn has been awarded the Graduate Student Leadership and Service Award, APHA Sexual Violence Photovoice Award, Iowa State University Employee of the Year, and Best Graduate Poster Presentation at APHA Conference. She is both a trained Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) and Sexual Assault Victim Advocate. In her previous work as a Visiting Instructor for the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health, she taught a wide range of courses including health policy, health education, and community health. She also invests in serving her campus and local community as the Sexual Assault Response Team Co-Lead and advises the Sexual Assault Student Educators. As a public health leader, Jacquelyn strives to advocate for health equity, create a wellness culture, and actively engage others in changing behaviors through best-practice prevention initiatives.