Dr. Larry Green will discuss the Precede-Proceed model, which is a framework to help health planners, policymakers, and educators analyze a situation and design health programs efficiently. It is founded in the social/behavioral sciences, epidemiology, and education.
He and Dr. Judith Ottoson will also field questions, focusing on what health educators and practitioners want and need to know about planning, implementation and evaluation.
To register, go to http://pnwsophe.org/news_events.php.
Students attend free, members of the Pacific Northwest Society for Public Health Education pay $10, non-members $20. Registration fee includes 1.5 M/CHES credits.
Networking at Starbucks across from Wright Auditorium from 9:30 am-10 am.