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Overdose fatality reviews can be critical to developing expertise on and solutions to the prevention of overdose deaths. This course describes the need for overdose fatality review teams, the general nature of those teams, and factors to consider when developing them. 
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
Kyah's EPICourse
Anaphylaxis is life-threatening when students do not have the tools to treat symptoms effectively. Schools keep stock epinephrine auto-injectors in the event that a student is experiencing any symptoms associated with anaphylaxis and do not have access to their own epinephrine auto-injector. This e-learning course provides mandatory training for school personnel designated to administer the epinephrine auto-injector.
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
This interactive training looks at the most fundamental aspects of public health to break down the overarching goals and strategies of the field. You'll gain an understanding of the 3 Core Functions and 10 Essential Public Health Services as a framework for the responsibilities of local public health systems, and how this framework serves to improve health equity.
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
This course aims to expand foundational knowledge for using non-pharmacological approaches when caring for infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) and working with mothers with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in hospital settings. It covers three topics relevant to working with infants with NAS and mothers with OUD. Learners will gain an understanding of 1) NAS and its long-term effects, 2) Trauma-informed approaches to care, and 3) Medication-assisted recovery for mothers with OUD. 
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
Continuing Education Credits: None
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
Weight Management During and After Pregnancy
Excess weight gain during pregnancy and excess weight retained after pregnancy can contribute to lifelong development of obesity and increasing cycles of obesity and diabetes in mothers and children.  This training reviews body mass index (BMI), prevalence of obesity in women, health consequences of excess weight in pregnancy, guidelines for weight management during and after pregnancy, and components of effective community-based postpartum weight loss programs.
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
Tools to Support Clients to Reduce Nicotine Dependency
Understanding the clinical pharmacology of nicotine provides a basis for improved nicotine dependency prevention and treatment. This course will help tobacco cessation coaches and specialists, nurses, medical and behavioral health practitioners gain profound knowledge of the addiction process and tools to support clients to quit smoking. The content of the course is applicable to e-cigarettes or vapes as well as conventional tobacco products. 
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
Microaggressions: Transforming the Mindsets of Adults Working with Students
This multimedia training will provide a dynamic look at microaggressions from a youth and student perspective and how microaggressions affect rapport building with adults. Learners will gain understanding in how youth may respond to microaggressions and action steps to how youth-serving professionals can transform these negative instances into a more affirmational approach. This course will also touch upon strategies to better communicate with youth and students.  
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
This training will help you navigate fad diets, diets that are supported by evidence-based science, and screening tools for identifying the difference. Take the role of a Public Health Professional to answer case scenarios for how to respond to a person who expresses interest in a fad diet. 
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
Youth Sports and Public Health
This training reviews the connection between youth sports and public health and ways that local health departments may work with youth sports organizations to improve health. Learn how national public health goals are in line with youth sports participation, ways to consider equitable access to youth sports, and how youth sports organizations can support positive mental and physical health. Develop your skills to strengthen connections between local health departments and sports organizations and support equitable sports participation.  
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
Introduction to Data Visualization
This course focuses on the basics of data visualization. The course will cover what data visualization is, why it is important in public health, and when to appropriately use various types of visualizations. 
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
The focus of this module is to describe: two types of abstracts in public health, abstract composition and lean writing. Also, review the use of the 4Cs rule and the concept of critical thinking to improve abstract composition skills.   We recommend checking out the training modules on "Composing a Scientific Paper" or "Designing a Public Health Poster" before taking this course.
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
Electronic (e-) cigarettes are evolving rapidly, providing consumers with various products to choose from: e-cig-a-likes, mini-cartridge devices, and tank systems filled with liquid nicotine. These devices are legally available to adults (21 years and older) and have grown in popularity among youth (14-19 years old). E-cigarette use poses a significant and avoidable health risk to young people in the United States. There is much unknown about these products and their adverse effects on public health. In this short training, we will define and classify the types of e-cigarette. We will then compare the impact of e-cigarettes on health to combustible cigarettes, followed by health consequences.
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
This training focuses specifically on commercial tobacco*, which contains many additional substances and chemicals. It is a legal substance that is regulated and marketed to consumers through various products that can be burned, heated, or chewed. Throughout this training, we will define and classify tobacco, present the prevalence of tobacco use among diverse populations, describe the adverse health effects caused by tobacco use, and then share the positive health effects of quitting. 
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)
A poster is a communication tool that represents your work with a combination of verbal and visual presentations. This short training is designed in a READY-SET-GO format that will provide a quick overview of tools and strategies to organize an engaging poster. This training focuses on two types of public health posters: an outreach poster and a scientific poster. 
Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
Online/In-person:
Online (self-paced)

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