SOPHE supports Pres. Biden’s nomination of Rachel Levine, MD, to serve as assistant secretary for Health at the United States Department of Health and Human Services.
CORE provides CHES/MCHES credits to SOPHE members and professionals in health promotion and education.
Gain visibility and leverage opportunities during SOPHE's 2021dX Annual Conference, April 6-9
The competition is on! Gather your team of undergraduate and graduate students and get ready for SOPHE's Student Health Edu-Thon, Tuesday, April 6 during SOPHE dX Annual Conference.
SOPHE fully supports the plan’s vision to ensure that no children’s future is determined by their zip code, race, disability, or parent’s income, and to equitably strengthen our nation’s K-12 schools.
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At its core, Dr. Levine’s career has been focused on helping people live healthy lives. As a physician, Dr. Levine focused on issues at the intersection of physical and behavioral health. We need her experience at HHS #ConfirmDrLevine
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Happening TODAY! Don't miss part 2 of the Writing for Publication Information Series: Overview of Publishing Process at 2 pm ET! There's still time to reserve your spot! sophe.org/event/writing-…
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RT @KathleenMRoe: So love this line-up!!!! Health Promotion Practice’s founding and visionary Editor in Chief Randy Schwartz, our current…