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Equity and Anti-Racism Approaches to Public HealthIncludes Credits
In this webinar, the panelists will highlight key initiatives and resources that promote the identification of racism and encourage public health professionals to work strategically and collectively to adopt antiracist policies within their agencies and communities of practice.
Aligning Your Curriculum to Meet the SOPHE School Health Teacher Education Standards and HESPA II 2020 CompetenciesProduct not yet rated Includes a Live Web Event on 03/05/2021 at 1:00 PM (EST)
Many health education/health sciences programs in higher education institutions prepare students for careers in both public/community health and school health. Although all health educators are eligible to apply to become CHES, there are slightly different professional standards for those preparing to work in schools. Quality preparation programs usually want to be professionally accredited and to prepare their graduates as professionals. The newly approved Health Educator Teacher Preparation Standards developed by SOPHE and recognized by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) align with the HESPA II 2020 Areas of Responsibility and Competencies, but must meet criteria set by CAEP. This webinar will present both sets of standards and show how they align – and suggest ways to accommodate both types of students in a health education course of study. It will include time for Q and A.
Why are K-12 and College Athletic Injuries a Public Health Issue?Product not yet rated Includes a Live Web Event on 03/09/2021 at 2:00 PM (EST)
Why are K-12 and College Athletic Injuries a Public Health Issue? All organized sports put children, high school students, and college students at risk for being injured. Surprisingly, 62% of all injuries occur in practice and not in competition. What are the most common sports-related injuries? How are athletic injuries evaluated, treated, and rehabilitated? What is all this concern I hear about regarding concussions? What is “return to learn”? How does “RTL” affect the athlete? How does RTL affect the educators and how they teach in their classrooms? What is the role of the certified athletic trainer in public health? What do athletic injuries have to do with public health? Do high schools and college athletic departments collect data on athletic injuries? This presentation will answer all of these questions and provide epidemiological data that demonstrates the need for collaboration between K-12 school and university athletic departments and public health professionals.
LinkedIn to Promote an Academic Journal and Advance Public Health PracticeProduct not yet rated Includes a Live Web Event on 05/18/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
This presentation will describe the planning, implementation, and results of implementing a social marketing strategy for a public health journal on LinkedIn. A five-month analysis of activity from LinkedIn and evaluation of the overall project will be discussed. The authors will describe the needs assessment planning and preparation for launching a company page, the posting strategy, and an analysis of interaction with the page and individual posts. Finally, there will be an analysis of the successes and significant lessons learned based on both the overall social media promotion goals of Health Promotion Practice Journal and the goals for establishing a presence on LinkedIn, including encouraging engagement from new, mid-career and seasoned public health professionals.
Disseminating Your Work: Demystifying Publishing in SOPHE Peer Reviewed JournalsProduct not yet rated Includes a Live Web Event on 06/15/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
This interactive session will focus on advice for publishing in the SOPHE journals
Taking it Online: Strategies for Effective Teaching and Learning OnlineProduct not yet rated Includes Credits
Aimed at new or experienced faculty members, this webinar will focus on topics including distributed learning theory, understanding the on-line learner, course design, creating learning communities, increasing student engagement, assessment of student learning, and keeping a work-life balance
Health Literacy: Words MatterProduct not yet rated Includes Credits
In this webinar, you will learn the critical importance of health literacy in combating today’s public health challenges and to understand, through case studies, how health literacy affects entire populations.
Plenary 5: Tackling the Root Causes of Health InequityProduct not yet rated 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.
Stakeholder Education for Community-Wide Health Initiatives: A Focus on Teen Pregnancy PreventionProduct not yet rated Includes Credits
Teen pregnancies and births continue to decline due in part to implementation of evidence-based interventions and clinical strategies. In this article, researchers conducted a systematic literature review of strategies used for effective stakeholder education.
Racial Capitalism: A Fundamental Cause of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic Inequities in the United StatesProduct not yet rated Includes Credits
In this article, you will review cited work and answers to the question, "What is a fundamental cause?" and how it relates to racial capitalism.
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