The Need for a Nanny - Government's Role in my Health Behaviors

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This session will facilitate discussion on what role government should play in health promotion to impact overall health and well-being in society. 

Learning Objectives:

1. Explain the government's role in influencing individual health behaviors using the Socio-ecological model.

2. Summarize their stance on how involved the government should be in health promotion to improve health and well-being.

Dr. Ashley V Parks, DrPH, MPH, MBA, MTech, MCHES®, CPH, CPHQ, HACP, CLSSBB, CPHRM, CHTS-IM, PMP, CS-MC, CPPS

Associate Professor/MPH Program Director

California Baptist University

Associate Professor & MPH Program Director, California Baptist University, Department of Public Health Sciences. Dr. Parks is an experienced educator and health administrator with a background in post-acute care and inpatient rehabilitation hospital quality and risk management. Dr. Parks currently works as an Associate Professor and the MPH Program Director in Public Health Sciences at California Baptist University (CBU) and as a healthcare quality consultant. Dr. Parks serves as the SOPHE Trustee for Professional Preparation. Prior to her current role, Dr. Parks worked previously as a Director of Managed Care at the AIDS Healthcare Foundation and a Research Associate for the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.

Lee G. Renfroe

Professor

University of North Alabama

Lee G. Renfroe, Ed. D., CWC“The greatest wealth is health.” (Virgil) This has been Dr. Lee Renfroe’s belief and her mantra for 35+ years of her professional life, as she focuses on helping people improve the quantity and quality of their lives through health behavior change. She is currently a health promotion professor and a certified wellness coach, working with undergraduate and graduate students, to prepare them to work with patients, clients, customers and participants in professions that address creating healthy lifestyles. She is trained as a health educator and her focus is application of healthy behaviors into a maintainable lifestyle. She believes in living her best life and she wants to help others to do the same! By the way, if you enjoy a good southern accent, you definitely want to attend this session! Lee was born and raised in Alabama and her classic southern sound will be evident when she utters her first word!

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