Resources

SOPHE offers a wealth of health education and health promotion resources across the field. Browse SOPHE books and publications.

REACH Rural Areas Fact Sheet

Using REACH to cultivate Health in Rural Areas, Small Towns, and Tribal Communities REACH programs work across various types of communities in America including rural areas, urban areas, small towns, and tribal communities. Americans living in rural areas have higher rates of preventable risk behaviors including cigarette smoking and higher rates of chronic…

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REACH Urban Communities Fact Sheet

REACH programs work in urban, rural and tribal communities, especially in underserved areas that lack adequate housing, transportation, health care, and food systems. Lack of access to these systems can lead to physical inactivity, poor nutrition, tobacco use, and chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity. Read about…

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HESPA II Executive Summary

The Executive Summary of the latest study, HESPA II 2020, by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc., (NCHEC) and the Society for Public Health Education, Inc. (SOPHE) revealed new changes in the Responsibilities of health education specialists in the field during the last five years, that will have important…

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