|Posted by Penny Kleiboeker on October 3, 2011 at 9:30 AM||comments (0)|
I am looking for persons that have had direct contact with or are a Hurricane Katrina survivor. I am asking what is their health status now compared to pre Katrina and what changed it.
Research shows me that there are mainly PTSD and other mental disorders, mainly secere depression.
I appreciate any comments that you have.
|Posted by Muffin89 on December 1, 2010 at 11:46 AM||comments (1)|
I just wanted to know if anyone had any thoughts on genetic diagnosing. If you believe that it is murder? The "Designer Babies" ordeal. If you think it can be very beneficial to families that are having problems having children or have had problems in the past with childbirth. Just let me know your thoughts. I'm extremely interested!
|Posted by MaureenJohnson on August 3, 2010 at 9:27 AM||comments (0)|
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome AAHE's new Executive Director, Dr. Mal Goldsmith to AAHE4Me. Dr. Goldsmith will be the speaker for our first Fall 2010 webinar on September 1, 3:30-4:40 EST. Dr. Goldsmith will be talking to students about AAHE and the benefits of being an active member of AAHE. Be sure to say hello to Dr. Goldsmith and attend his webinar on September 1st.
|Posted by MaureenJohnson on February 16, 2010 at 3:47 PM||comments (0)|
TheAmerican Association for Health Education is very pleased to announce theformal “Kick-off” of the AAHE4Me website and invite both graduate andundergraduate students to participate in the First AAHE Virtual StudentConference!
The first virtual, or online, conference willbe conducted Thursday, February 18, 2010 from 3:00-4:00 pm EST. The topic ofdiscussion will be Sexual Health, and the facilitator will be AimeeJanssen-Robinson, M.Ed and CHES, Outreach Educator for Student HealthPromotions at Indiana State University. Several Indiana State students willalso be assisting as facilitators during this session. To participate in theonline conferences, participants will need to download Skype at http://www.skype.com ; We will be using audio and text chat only (noweb cams).
Maureen Johnson, Assistant Professor ofHealth Education at Indiana State University is the Moderator for the AAHE4Mewebsite. Her Skype ID is maureen.aahe4me, so please feel free toadd her as a Skype “Contact”. Please encourage students to participate inour first online conference on the 18th. Please send Maureen a message throughSkype indicating who would like to participate in the online sexual healthconference. She will then be prepared to insert those contacts into the callgroup.
The AAHE4Me Group on Skype will be opened at2:30 to test it for technical issues. At around 2:40 or so, Dr. Johnson willinsert all of those members who have indicated he or she would like toparticipate in the sexual health conference and will call those individuals asa group. You may respond through text chat or microphone. However, please donot use your web cam, as the web cam does not work for group conferences.
We are very excited about AAHE4Me's firstvirtual conference and we wish to announce that organizers will hold an onlineconference once a month addressing a different health topic relevant to healtheducation students.
Please contact Maureen Johnson at [email protected] if you have any questions. We hope to be seeingyou and/or your students on Thursday the 18th!
Don’tforget to have your students visit the new AAHE Health Education StudentWebsite at www.AAHE4Me.org
|Posted by MaureenJohnson on January 24, 2010 at 9:11 PM||comments (0)|
So far, we have posted over 100 videos that may be of interest ot health education students. Take a look and feel free to post comments. We would love to hear your thoughts!
|Posted by MaureenJohnson on January 12, 2010 at 3:06 PM||comments (2)|
Take health outside of the classroom and visit the Hot Topics Forum on the Forum page. Talk about the issues important to you! Feel free to post comments to topics or add a topic YOU would like to discuss!
|Posted by [email protected]RD.org on January 7, 2010 at 2:37 PM||comments (0)|
The AAHE Directory of Institutions Offering Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in Health Education is available online as a downloadable PDF. This handy resource identifies programs, degrees, department chairs, addresses, phone numbers, and accreditation status. Please visit the AAHPERD online store to purchase this product.
|Posted by MaureenJohnson on November 28, 2009 at 5:11 PM||comments (0)|
Happy Thanksgiving! It's been a while! I just added a web page about the AAHE Undergraduate Case Study Competition (be sure to check it out!). Maureen
|Posted by MaureenJohnson on November 11, 2009 at 4:01 PM||comments (0)|
We're redesigning AAHE4Me (thanks to Melissa Haithcox for the new catchy name!). I like the template because it reminds me of relaxation. I'm hoping the students will think so, too. I'm really excited about getting this up and going!