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40 years of health education experience


Help professionals, individuals and groups use evidence-based cost-effective health promotion  and wellness programs to improve living, learning, working and playing conditions.

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8.0 Category 1 CECH for CHES/MCHES (includes 2.0 advanced-hours) - from NCHEC providers #100538
National Prevention Strategy learn
The Surgeon General

Prevention Strategy, Priorities and Report

Continuing Education Self-study Course with 8.0 hours of study assignments. Take the 19-question TF, multiple choice and short answer post-test. ($30, for total of 8.0 Category 1 continuing education credit hours (includes 2.0 hours advanced-level sub-competencies, 8 continuing competency credits, scroll down to view fees (refundable*) and register).

  • Easy and convenient: no deadline to complete, study when and where you prefer
  • Study Guide (click here to download pdf) This is the key document to help you efficiently complete the course. Includes instructions, objectives based on entry- and advanced-level competencies, assignments, helpful hints, (PDF). Download to see what you will study and decide if this course is for you. 
  • Goal: Help health professionals and stakeholders understand the National Prevention and Health Promotion Strategy, past and current priorities, and reports on achievements.
  • Objectives:
    • Participants will be able to provide expert assistance to -
      • Describe the historical background of the National Prevention Strategy
        • Affordable Care Act, executive orders, press releases, fact sheets
      • Describe the process of engaging stakeholders
      • List and describe the four strategic directions and seven priorities in the National Prevention Strategy
      • For the National Prevention Strategy, list and describe:
        • the four Strategic Directions and seven Priorities
        • Economic benefits, strategic indicators, stakeholder outreach and input, the advisory group, and evidence-based recommendations
      • Explain achievements described in reports
      • List and describe the current Surgeon General priorities

Fees and Registration

Need for the Course

The National Prevention, Health Promotion and Public Health Strategy is something never done before and provides an unprecedented opportunity to shift the nation from a focus on sickness and disease to one based on wellness and prevention. Its vision, goals, recommendations and action items that public private, nonprofit  organizations and individuals can take to reduce preventable death, disease and disability in the US must know and understand to be able to implement and evaluate evidence-based interventions.

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* Refund Policy

  • Full refund if payment was 1) electronic at the PayPal sign up link, 2) requested within 60 days of sign up and 3) completion certificate and credit hours not awarded
  • Partial refund (course fee less $10 processing fee) if:
    • 1) payment was electronic at the PayPal sign up link, 2) not requested within 60 days and 3) completion certificate with credit hours was not awarded or
    • 1) payment was not through PayPal (i.e., check, money order sent with printed registration form) and 2) completion certificate and credit hours were not awarded
  • No refund at anytime after signup with payment if a completion certificate and credit hours have been awarded
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