provides an integrated, one-stop portal for health education professionals to access distance learning opportunities, retrieve online resources, and manage continuing education contact hour (CECH) credits.
Peer through the lens on a real-life example of how an ecologic framework was applied in a physical activity intervention among ethnic minority women. The speakers conclude with recommendations for future physical activity research and practice.
This webinar provides specific examples of successful community-based chronic disease prevention programs from developed and developing countries. Learn more about the approaches to replicate these findings in your own community.
Uncover the current research efforts in military mental health and understand how to apply the resiliency theory to health promotion programming to improve mental health in the military-connected community.
Families that succeeded in adopting lessons learned from school-based PAN programs identified four primary strategies for success: shared goals, meal planning, modeling of good behaviors, and collective activities.
Despite evidence that adolescents become addicted to nicotine even after limited use, adolescents believe they can experiment with or smoke cigarettes for a few years and easily quit. To better understand the topic, the goal of this study was to examine adolescents' understanding of the definition and process of nicotine addiction using a mixed-methods approach.
2.0 CECH approved for CHES® and MCHES®
SOPHE Members: $18 per CECH | Non-Members: $36 per CECH
SOPHE's CHES® Exam Prep Webinars
The comprehensive webinars are designed as a refresher of the key principles, concepts & techniques in health education to prepare you for the upcoming Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES
®) exam administered by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc.
Individuals will also learn best practices for studying and taking the CHES