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The MPH program at Walden University received Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) accreditation in September 2019. CEPH is an independent agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education to accredit schools of public health and programs of public health. CEPH accreditation provides assurance that the program has been evaluated and met accepted public health profession standards in practice, research, and service. For a copy of the final self-study document and/or final accreditation report, please contact the School of Health Sciences Dean (email@example.com).
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Presented by: Angela Witt Prehn, PhD
What do we know about the relationship between human papilloma virus (HPV) and the risk of different cancers that might be helpful to designing a vaccination campaign? What information would be important to include in a public health education program on e-cigarette use? The first step in creating evidence-based public health policy and programs is to assess the evidence, including that from epidemiologic research studies. But how do you determine what the causes of diseases really are and then apply this knowledge to public health policy? What is the best use of systematic reviews in this process? In this webinar, we will discuss and use causal inference frameworks and techniques from epidemiology to assess the literature and provide support to help ground evidence-based public health decision-making.Enduring material expires: 4/25/2021
Presented by: Yitza A. Arcelay Rojas, EdD, MPHE, CHES®
The increase in cases of children and young people with a variety of mental and emotional problems suggests a broad responsibility for health promotion planners, all teaching staff, and school health educators. Children are exposed to situations that are an obstacle to healthy development. This situation requires the development of interventions aimed to create living conditions and environments which promote healthy lifestyles. The entire environment of relationships should also be devoted to a healthy development. Likewise, the concept of resiliency promotion represents a contemporary paradigm that promotes the development of various protective factors which can improve interventions and its positive outcomes. The presentation also explores the role of school health teachers in fostering activities that encourage learners’ resilience.Enduring material expires: 6/5/2021
Presenter: Bruce Ragon, PhDThis webinar will attempt to paint a portrait of how the confluence of medicine, pharmaceuticals, and media have put “prevention under attack” in America. The result of this attack impacts a populace with declining health literacy levels that can only be described as Below Basic, meaning an inability to adhere to treatment, low-engagement in health promotion behavior, and low up-take of prevention health services. It’s complicated, so let’s break it down!
CEU Credit: 1 CHES, 1 MCHES, 1CPH
Presented by: Lori Dewald, EdD, ATC, MCHES®, F-AAHE
This Learning Loop webinar will be a primer on how to improve your chances of getting your research published in a quality peer reviewed journal. The presenter covers:
Enduring material expires: 7/16/2021
*This offer is only valid for eligible members of Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). This offer is not a guarantee that all candidates eligible for the offer will be granted acceptance or admission into Walden. All prospective students will be subject to the same standard admission and registration process when applying to Walden.
The tuition benefit offered to students under this offer is a 10% tuition reduction. The tuition benefit is applicable to tuition only and does not apply toward books, materials, and other supplies or fees needed for a course. This tuition reduction will remain in effect for the duration of the student’s continuous enrollment at Walden. All candidates who are current Walden students are eligible for the tuition benefit; however, no tuition reduction will be made retroactively. The tuition benefit cannot be used by a student in combination with any other tuition reduction benefit. The tuition benefit is not applicable for students enrolled in the Family Nurse Practitioner specialization in the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program.
Walden may change the tuition benefit offered hereunder at any time, but such change will not affect the tuition benefit for students who are currently enrolled at Walden and using the existing tuition benefit. All tuition reductions, grants, or scholarships are subject to specific eligibility requirements. Contact a Walden University enrollment specialist for details.