NC SOPHE Spring 2021 Webinar
Topic: Mental Health, Higher Education, and Adults: The Imprint of COVID-19 on Well-being.
Description: COVID-19 has greatly impacted the health and well-being of people within the United States. The panel of speakers will discuss the experiences, key concerns, and challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic among North Carolina college students, adults living with dementia, and their caregivers. The presenters will summarize and disseminate supportive resources for individual and community well-being during the pandemic.
This webinar is brought to you by the North Carolina Society of Public Health Education (NC SOPHE) and the North Carolina Public Health Training Center (NCPHTC). *1.5 Entry-level Continuing Education Contact Hours (CECH) offered
Event Details: April 16th, 2021
The webinar is FREE for everyone. To register for the event follow this link. Scroll down and click on the first link under the header "Community Dimensions of Practice"
Free CHES credits for NC SOPHE members. $10 for non-members.
After completion of the evaluation, you may pay for your credits above.
Due date for CHES credits 4/23/2021.
PO Box 10351
Raleigh, NC 27605
NC SOPHE encourages its professional members to stay informed through continuing education to strive to improve the practice of health education, and to make a positive contribution toward making health accessible to all people.
On Friday, April 16th 2021, NC SOPHE co-hosted a continuing education webinar on mental health, higher education, and adults. Although the live event is over, you may register to view a recording of the event. For more information please read below.