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01-416DL RICHY: Multi-Sectorial Care for At-Risk Women and Infants Utilizing a Triple Aim Approach - Planning for Sustainability

Two local colleges, a large regional health network, and two community non-profit organizations came together two years ago to spearhead the Regional Integrated Collaborative for Healthy Youth (RICHY) program. Together these partners developed a unique initiative designed to support young mothers with health services for themselves and their babies, empower them to become more active managers of their own care and that of their children, and also educate them on how to best utilize the local healthcare system, thereby reducing costs. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-417DL Placing Students at the Center of Health Promotion

At the K-5 level, students are the center of the Whole School, Whole Community, and Whole Child (WSCC) model. Students are both the recipients of programs and services to ensure that they are healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. However, they also should serve as partners in the implementation and dissemination of this model. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-418DL Implementing Bone Healthy Behaviors in a Health Education Curriculum

Prevention for osteoporosis begins in childhood and a strong health curriculum can teach children healthy choices from the start. Research needs to be conducted on current curricula in different areas in order to develop a basic curriculum that includes nutritional and physical activity needed for youth to grow and maintain strong bones. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-419DL Relationships of Cisgender and Transgender Persons: Experiences and Needs

Transgender people are disproportionately affected by a variety of physical and mental health risks. Stigma and discrimination, and a lack of prevention, treatment and care tailored for transgender people combine to exacerbate health risks. Transgender-specific health needs are often severely neglected in policy, research and service provision across the globe” (World Health Organization, 2014, p.10). More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-420DL The Power of Coalitions in Serving Complex Patients

The Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers works to improve care delivery for patients with complex health and social needs in Camden, New Jersey by building and leveraging interdisciplinary teams and cross-system coalitions. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-421DL Florida SCRIPT Implementation and Evaluation

The Florida SCRIPT program offer their expertise in these areas as they have successfully been able to renew funding and sustain their project for smoking cessation in Florida with support from the state health department and March of Dimes. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-422DL Improving Health Outcomes for Culturally Diverse Populations Through Cultural Competency

Healthcare outcomes suffer for culturally diverse populations due to the healthcare providers’ inability to recognize their own cultural competence. A three stage model is needed to train the healthcare workforce to identify their own cultural competence, gain an understanding of the relationship between cultural beliefs and health seeking behaviors, and implement culturally relevant interventions when necessary in order to improve quality of care for diverse populations. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-423DL It Starts with You: LGBT-Inclusive Sex Education

Although the LGBT community has come a long way in the fight for equality, education still hasn’t caught up. Sex Education programs need to be LGBT inclusive so that LGBT youth can be in a learning environment where they feel safe and supported by their peers and teachers. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-424DL Lessons from the Field: Health Education Advocacy and Rural HIV/AIDS

Health education advocacy can be especially challenging for rural health providers due to lack of training, coordination and skills among clients (people living with HIV and AIDS), community volunteers, board members, and staff. Rural providers are often at a distinct disadvantage in developing and implementing health education advocacy projects because of large geographic service regions and disbursed populations. During this webinar, attendees will learn about a community-based HIV/AIDS agency was suddenly faced with massive funding reassignment, client disruption, staff lay-offs and potential agency closure. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-425DL Reaching People with Arthritis: Strategies and Tools for Health Professionals and Chapters

Arthritis is a major area of chronic disease and disability in vulnerable populations. New funding opportunities are now available to SOPHE chapters and other groups to expand the dissemination of evidence-based arthritis interventions. This webinar will address the impact of arthritis in minority and other populations; programs and resources that health educators and health professionals can offer in communities; and sources of funding to expand program interventions. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-426DL Utilizing Results-Based Accountability for Innovative Strategic Planning: A Framework to Promote Coordination and Impact for Local, State, and National Agencies and Programs

Results-Based AccountabilityTM (RBA) is an action-oriented, data-based approach to improving lives of individuals within communities, as well as improving organizational performance of programs and services (Results Leadership Group, LLC, 2010). RBA is a framework that can be used at various levels, local, state, national agency, and/or programs. More

1 hour 30 minutes
  • $18.00

01-427DL A Bipartisan Vision for Advancing Community Prevention: Communicating Stories and Successes to Influence Local and National Change

Over the last decade, public health practitioners, health educators, and community advocates have successfully engaged in multiple efforts to create healthier and more equitable neighborhoods. Despite this progress, deep financial cuts to prevention and public health pose threats to our communities’ basic health and social needs. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-429DL Developing Sustainable Policy Using Data

The focus of this webinar is a broad overview of the use of data for policy to facilitate the development of sustainable policy. Will explore the “so what” for academicians and researchers as well as other strategies for policy work. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-430DL Cervical Cancer Screenings and HPV Vaccinations: Outreach Strategies for Latina Women

During this presentation, participants will learn about the development and implementation of the Salud es Vida (Health is Life) promotora program in rural Georgia, which targets Hispanic immigrants from low-income and farmworker backgrounds to deliver cervical cancer screening information. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-431DL Promoting Health Equity: A New Framework for Researchers and Practitioners Addressing Obesity and Weight Issues

Per the 2016 SOPHE Membership Survey and chapter survey, SOPHE members continue to place advancing health equity as a high priority area for continuing education. The topic areas of this webinar address SOPHE membership need on continuing education for health equity by reframing obesity and weight issues, and child/adolescent health which is two of SOPHE’s largest Communities of Practice. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-432DL A Health Education Response to the Opioid Epidemic: Ohio’s Health & Opioid Abuse Prevention Education (HOPE) Curriculum

The challenges associated with adopting, implementing, scaling, and sustaining a statewide health education initiative is not new to health educators. The question becomes - How can we quickly and systematically align and integrate health education programming into schools when new issues – such as opioid abuse – emerge? By cultivating system-based approaches with vision, value, and strategy, health educators can help ensure that school districts are able embed evidence-informed practices within a framework that will reach all students. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-433DL Zombies, Ebola, and Other Pandemics: Lessons Learned in Health Risk Communication

Per the 2016 SOPHE Membership Survey and chapter survey, SOPHE members continue to place advancing health communications as a high priority area for continuing education. This webinar addresses ‘advancing health communications’ by more deeply exploring the topics of two HE&B articles that discuss lessons learned in health risk communication scenarios. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-434 DL Using a Systems Model to Simulate Policy Impacts on Obesity Prevalence and Costs

In the 2016 SOPHE Membership Survey and chapter survey, a significant number of SOPHE members responded to the question: ‘In what topic area(s) do you need/want to earn continuing education’ with: ‘health education’ and ‘advocacy.’ A previous annual conference abstract submission about the Georgia Childhood Obesity Model (a model created by and for legislators and other stakeholders to support a dialogue on policy interventions designed to reduce childhood obesity) connects the in-demand topics of health education and advocacy by demonstrating how health education professionals might engage in and affect advocacy efforts. One of the health education professionals behind the Georgia Childhood Obesity Model - Debra Kibbe - was invited to present on this model as an example of a successful systems model implementation of school health factors, the effects of policy implementation in schools, and how to use data in advocacy efforts. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-435DL Advocacy 101- Preparing for the 2017 Advocacy Summit

This particular webinar focuses on core advocacy skills that students, faculty members, and all public health professionals can use to advocate for public health priorities at the state and local level. This webinar will provide faculty and student members very “action oriented” steps so that they are not merely learning about policy advocacy strategies, but acquiring specific guidance and examples of how policy changes can be initiated in their own work. 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

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-437DL MCHES: What you need to know to sit for the Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) Exam

To date, many holders of the MCHES certification are still unfamiliar with or have not considered moving forward to become CDEs. SOPHE is working with NCBDE to offer a webinar to inform SOPHE members and other CHES/MCHES about the CDE program, including eligibility requirements to sit for the CDE exam and the requirements for maintaining certification. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-438DL Addressing College Drinking as a Statewide Public Health Problem: Key Findings from MD Collaborative

Excessive drinking among college students is a serious and pervasive public health problem. A lot of research attention has focused on developing and evaluating evidence-based practices to address college drinking, adoption has been slow. The Maryland Collaborative to Reduce College Drinking and Related Problems was established to bring together a network of institutions of higher education in Maryland to collectively address college drinking by using individual- and environmental-level, evidence-based approaches. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-439DL CDC Addressing the Opioid Crisis

With the rise in the national opioid epidemic, members have requested more information about what is going on to combat the issue (as seen in the membership survey and in phone discussions with the SOPHE 2018 Committee). Membership survey tells us that members are looking to SOPHE to provide up to date information on emerging issues and crisis. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-440DL Technology is Fueling a New Type of Addiction

This webinar will captivate our audience by providing tools and resources which will play into effect on school campuses and at home. The two presenters are researchers in the field of behavioral addiction and technology is a specific area in which both presenters are experts. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-442DL Addressing Health Disparities: How to Engage Community Residents

This webinar will present ways to involve priority community populations, partners, and stakeholders in the planning process. Speakers will expand on the engagement created in the community to address health disparities using Gaston County as an example. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

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