Online Program

Public Health Leadership and Education Models

Monday, November 2, 2015: 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
This session features multiple models of continuing education examples to improve services provided for a variety of health professionals. To meet the goals set by Healthy People 2020, interdisciplinary collaboration is needed; therefore, providing continuing education opportunities aiming to build the necessary relationships between providers is important to public health workforce development. Examples of various curriculum and training models will be shared. The overall purpose is to provide overviews of successful curricula development and best practices for engaging a diverse set of adult learners.
Session Objectives: Identify the processes involved in training the public health workforce to address health disparities. Discuss innovative curricula and content design to improve delivery public health services. Examine the value of interprofessional training and collaboration in public health practice.
Natasha Brown, PhD, MPH

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UHC/AACN Nurse Residency Program Retention and Racial Disparities   
Luis Rodriguez Gonzalez, MD, DrPH, MPH, RN
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Using a Leadership Framework to increase Competencies in Interprofessional Education and Practice   
Suzanne Hawley, PhD, MPH, Sonja Armbrurster, MA, Ashwini Kanade, DDS and Peter Cohen, PhD
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Building Interprofessional Competence in Health Care Providers through a Poverty Simulation   
Joanne Kouba, PhD, RD, Elizabeth Burkhart, PhD, RN, Fran Vlasses, PhD, RN, Jorgia Connor, PhD, RN and Leann Horsley, PhD, RN
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A public health education model for training Texas public health educators in genetic testing and assessment   
Lei-Shih Chen, PhD, PT, CHES, Shweta U. Dhar, M.D., M.S., FACMG, Tanya Eble, M.S., C.G.C, Shixi Zhao, B.S., CHES., Divya Talwar, M.P.H. and Donaji Stelzig ‎, M.P.H.
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Preparing Emerging Health Education Professionals: Are they ready for policy?   
Meghan Bailey, MS, CHES and Susan M. Radius, PhD, MCHES
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University, Corporate, Local Education Unit Systematic Partnership for Community Health   
Laura Fenster Rothschild, PsyD, Michael Bzdak, PhD, Laura Hollod, MPH, Martha Dewey Bergren, DNS RN NCSN APHN-BC FNASN FASHA FAAN and Yezenia Ramos, MBA
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Asthma counselor training in vulnerable environments: Adapting and implementing a successful evidence-based model   
Eleanor Thornton, M.S., MCHES, AE-C, Claire Hayes, PhD, MPH and Suzanne Kennedy, PhD
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What we leave behind: Factors influencing community institutionalization of public health projects   
Angela Alaniz, BA, Kenneth McLeroy, PhD and Whitney Garney, PhD, MPH

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Organized by: Public Health Education and Health Promotion
Endorsed by: Health Administration

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH) , Masters Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES)