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01-389DL Prevention and Patient Centered Care

Rising rates of chronic disease continue to outpace the advancement of preventive healthcare services. This webinar gives participants a brief refresher of the importance of patient centered care and how more effective implementation can help healthcare professionals and patients to optimize prevention efforts to curb the rise of chronic disease Learning Objectives: Discuss the agent of change in primary prevention of chronic disease Illustrate the importance of patient centered care as it relates to preventive health behavior and chronic disease Describe at least two key attributes of patient centered care. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-397DL Linkages in Practice: Bridging Communities to Chronic Disease Prevention Opportunities

This webinar will offer strategies on how to effectively develop Community Clinical Linkages in order to cultivate community collaborations to improve community health outcomes. The webinar will specifically provide insight into existing programs, resources and strategies for linkages to improve health behaviors to influence nutrition and physical activity, including increase access to preventive services. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-400DL Creating a Healthier School Environment with Team Nutrition Resources

Do you work with schools or want to learn about what is happening in schools? Do you provide nutrition education to children? Schools play an important role in childhood obesity prevention efforts because children spend so much of their day at school. Recent changes to nutrition standards for school meals and snacks and stronger implementation of school wellness policies are helping to make school environments healthier. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-401DL Cheering on Children to Readiness: Emergency Preparedness for Children, Families, and Communities

Children have unique needs that make them vulnerable in disasters, and still there are outstanding gaps in state, institutional and family emergency plans that put them at risk. However, research shows that families of children who bring home preparedness materials are 75% more likely to have a plan meaning that children can truly be change agents in building resilient communities and a ready nation. More

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  • $12.00

01-404DL Health and Well-Being for All: Meeting in a Box

The rapidly evolving health care system is reshaping the training and development needs of today’s health professionals. The shift from volume to value requires addressing underlying causes of illness. Health and Well-Being for All is an innovative and compelling way to explore the potential root causes of illness—the social determinants of health—with health and health care professionals at all stages of professional development. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-436DL Lessons Learned from the 2017 Advocacy Summit

Based from verbal evaluation from SOPHE 2017's Advocacy Summit, participants wanted to see how to apply the tools, tactics, and skills students, faculty members, and all public health professionals gained during the Summit. Also, how participants can use those the tools, tactics, and skills on a local and state level. More

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  • $12.00

HEB 259 August: Evaluating the Impact of U.S. Food and Drug Administration–Proposed Nutrition Facts Label Changes on Young Adults’ Visual Attention and Purchase Intentions

Evaluating the Impact of U.S. Food and Drug Administration–Proposed Nutrition Facts Label Changes on Young Adults’ Visual Attention and Purchase Intentions Dan J. Graham and Christina A. Roberto Health Education & Behavior 2016, Vol. More


  • $18.00

HEB 260 June: Translating the Social-Ecological Perspective Into Multilevel Interventions for Family Planning How Far Are We?

Translating the Social-Ecological Perspective Into Multilevel Interventions for Family Planning How Far Are We? Vera L. N. Schölmerich and Ichiro Kawachi Health Education & Behavior 2016, Vol. 43(3) 246–255 Abstract Scholars and practitioners frequently make recommendations to develop family planning interventions that are “multilevel.”Such interventions take explicit account of the role of environments by incorporating multilevel or social-ecologicalframeworks into their design and implementation. More


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