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Introduction to Community Needs Assessment: finding the data for CHES CECH

Class Details

This is a registration page for Certified Health Education Specialists to receive continuing education credit for viewing the recording from NNLM's Public Health Webinar Series titled, Introduction to Community Needs Assessment: finding the data which took place on July 8, 2020. This recording will be available for CHES CECH until January 8, 2021. After registering, you will receive an enrollment code via e-mail and a link to the recording. After viewing the course recording, you will be asked to complete a quiz based on the course content to obtain continuing education credit.

Sponsored by The Network of the National Library of Medicine- Middle Atlantic Region, a designated provider of contact hours (CECH) in health education credentialing by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc., this program is designated for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) and/or Master Certified Health Education Specialists (MCHES) to receive up to .75 total Category I contact education contact hours. Advanced level continuing education hours are 0.

Please note: you may only receive CHES CECH for this session if you have not previously received credit for attending this course or watching the recording of this course.

This on-demand session does not offer continuing education through the Medical Library Association. If you are not interested in receiving Continuing Education credit for this class, you can watch the recording on YouTube.

Erin Seger, Health Professions Coordinator
Continuing Education Credits: 

In this series of webinars, NNLM will host a guest speaker to discuss a health information topic relevant to the public health workforce. Held on the second Wednesday of every other month at 2:00pm EST, these 45 minute sessions aim to provide the public health workforce with new resources, skills to locate high quality health information or knowledge of health information topics.