March 29, 2017
1:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Do you collaborate with schools as a community health educator? Have you tried but face barriers? Many public health and health care professionals are unfamiliar with how schools operate, how to access relevant school data and key performance indicators, initiating partnerships, or how to communicate with key stakeholders and partners.
Improve your collaboration potential with this workshop, Working with Schools: What Every Community Health Educator Should Know, presented in partnership with the American School Health Association.
- Sharon Murray, MHSE, FASHA, President, American School Health Association, Pre-Health Advising Program Manager, University of Colorado Boulder
- Adrian Lyde, PhD, MCHES, Assistant Professor of Health Education, Illinois State University
- Melissa Fahrenbruch, MEd, Lead Health Education Specialist, CDC
- William Potts-Datema, MS, MCHES, FASHA, FAAHE, Chief, Program Development and Services Branch, Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH), CDC
Cost: $55, register by March 8
Register for this workshop and earn CECH: http://my.sophe.org/Meetings-Events/SOPHE-Annual-Conference-2017.
This is a Pre-Conference Workshop prior to the Society for Public Health Education’s 68th Annual Conference: http://my.sophe.org/Meetings-Events/SOPHE-Annual-Conference-2017. Full conference registration is not required to attend this workshop.