WELCOME to the 2022 SOPHE Arkansas Virtual Conference!

Earn 5 CHES credits or 4 MCHES credits

Scroll down to view the conference sessions. Videos will stay posted through Dec 17th. Feel free to watch the videos on your own time until you have watched all sessions. Please view all sessions before Dec 17, 2022.

 

Registration is required to receive CHES/MCHES credit.

CHES/MCHES credit is awarded after the successful completion of the evaluation form.

The evaluation link will be sent to all registrants on 10/31/2022 and a reminder link every 2 weeks, thereafter. All evaluations are due 12/31/2022 in order to receive CHES/MCHES credit.

Welcome!

Mallory Jayroe, M.S., CHES
SOPHE - Arkansas - Vice President

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Amy Thompson, PhD

SOPHE, National President

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Guest Speaker

Raffy R. Luquis, PhD, MCHES
Penn State Harrisburg - rluquis@psu.edu
SOPHE President - Elect

1: BACK TO THE BASICS: Revisiting Foundational Skills & Practices

Dr. Denise Demers, University of Central Arkansas

2: Using an Established Faith Network to Address Needs of Underserved Rural Populations Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic

Shun Ingram, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

3: Improving Stroke Care in Arkansas Through Community Education

Olivia Wilson, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Brittany Savage, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

4: NYITCOM at A-State and Delta Communities: Partners in Health

Sloane Kelley, Arkansas State University

Dr. Jennifer Wharton, Arkansas State University

5: The Effect of Educational Intervention Based on Theory of Planned Behavior on Physical Activity Intention Among Secondary School Teachers of Nepal

Rajan Shrestha, Tribhuvan University

Durga Prasad Pahari, Tribhuvan University

Santoshi Adhikari, Nepal Health Research Council

Bijay Khatri, BP Eye Foundation

Sangita Majhi, BP Eye Foundation

Dr. Abhinav Vaidya, Kathmandu Medical College

6: Evaluation of Health Education and Promotion Social Media Campaigns

Dr. Kristie Waterfield, Georgia Southern University

Dr. Joanne Chopak-Foss, Georgia Southern University

Alicia Riggins, Georgia Southern University

7: Maintaining Our Identity: How Bachelor of Science in Public Health Programs Keep the Focus on Health Education

Dr. Kristie Waterfield, Georgia Southern University

Dr. Joanne Chopak-Foss, Georgia Southern University

Alicia Riggins, Georgia Southern University

8: Outcomes and Perceptions of an Interprofessional Occupation-Based Community Stroke Support Pilot Program

Dr. McKenzie Svebek, University of Central Arkansas

Dr. Lorrie George Paschal, University of Central Arkansas

Dr. Duston Morris, University of Central Arkansas

Richelle Weese, University of Central Arkansas

9: Racial Difference in Vaccine Acceptance in a Rural Southern US State

Dr. Jaimi L. Allen, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Dr. Benjamin C. Amick III, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences