Poster Promenade 1
March 27, 2020 - 3:00pm ET
We1: Theory of Planned Behavior Path Model Predicting Latinx/Hispanic College Student Condom Use
Eric Conrad, PhD, CHES®
We2: Self-Reported Mentorship Needs and Preferences of Health Education and Promotion Students
Ashley Parks, DrPH, MA, MPH, MCHES®, CPH
We3: A Program Evaluation of a Pilot Service-Learning Intervention: Improving Fruit/Vegetable Intake Among Older Adults
Audra Gollenberg, PhD
We4: Our Role in Promoting Health Education Specialists
Nicolette Powe, DrPH, MS, MCHES®
We5: Cancer Risk Perception Predictors for Total Body Skin Examinations: A Cross Sectional Study Using HINTS 2017 Data
Meghann Wheeler, PhD
Eric Conrad, PhD
Student , California State University Stanislaus
The author of this session was intricately involved in the development and implementation of this LGBTQ statewide lobby day. The author has an MPH and is currently a Certified Health Education Specialist.
Audra L Gollenberg
Associate Professor of Public Health, Shenandoah University
I am a trained reproductive epidemiologist with over 10 years of experience working with diverse groups of women.
Dr. Nicolette Powe
Consultant, Engagement for Health
Nicolette Warren Powe, DrPH, MS, MCHES is the Assistant Professor at Youngstown State University, Department of Health Professions. Currently, Dr. Powe served as the Professional Development Board of Trustees for the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). Also, Dr. Powe is a consultant for Engagement for Health. Most recently, Dr. Nicolette Powe served as the Director of Health Equity at SOPHE, where her main duties were to address racial and ethnic community-based policy, systems, and environmental changes to reduce the risk factors associated with chronic diseases and lead SOPHE's additional efforts on health equity. While the Director of Health Equity, Dr. Powe served as the co-chair of the Office of Minority Health, Mid-Atlantic Regional Health Equity Council and National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Division Board of Professional Development.
California Baptist University
Ashley Parks, DrPH, MPH, MBA, MTech, MCHES, CPH, CPHQ, HACP, CSSBB, CPHRM, CHTS-IM, PMP, CS-MC, CPPS is an experienced health educator and health administrator. Dr. Parks currently works as an Assistant Professor in Public Health Sciences at California Baptist University (CBU) and healthcare quality consultant. Prior to her current role, Dr. Parks worked previously as a Director of Managed Care at the AIDS Healthcare Foundation and a Research Associate for the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research. Bill Oâ€™Dell, MPA currently works as a Civic Engagement Professor with a passion for mentorship and community development. Bill Oâ€™Dell is a retired California Highway Patrolman and civic engagement project award winner who enjoys bringing real life experiences into the classroom. Kirndeep Cheema and Emily Gingrich are CBU MPH students who provided support for this project.