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Online Prevention Trainings & Resources

Intro to SPF
CADCA

Marijuana Leaf
Coalition Core Essentials (12 Modules)

Marijuana Leaf
Applying the Strategic Prevention Framework to Prescription Drug Abuse (10 Modules)

SAMSHA

Intro to Abuse
Introduction to Substance Abuse Prevention (6 Modules)


What is SPF? An Introduction to SAMSHA's Strategic Prevention Farmework (5 Modules)

Indiana Prevention Resource Center

Prevention 101
Prevention 101

Needs Assessment
California Nevada Public Health Training Center

Community-Based Participatory Research

Community Based Participatory Research is a collaborative research approach that engages researchers, community members, and organizations in research

Public Health Program Planning 2: Needs and Assets

Participants will learn about what a needs and assets assessment is, why it is important, and the essential components and will go through the steps of how to conduct their own assessments.

Using Logic Models in Public Health Programs

This online tutorial is designed to help public health managers and practitioners learn how to effectively use logic models in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of public health programs. Content will include: 1) Logic Models – what they are, why they are used, 2) how to design a Logic Model for your public health program, 3) examples of Logic Models used in public health programs, and 4) limitations and suggestions for successful use.

SAMSHA

Go get it!
Go Get It! Finding Existing Data to Inform Your Prevention Efforts (5 Modules)


Focus group
Focusing on Focus Groups (7 Modules)


Informant interview
Making the Most of Key Informant Interviews (4 Modules)

Empire State Public Health Training Center

Logic model
Introduction to Logic Models

Indiana Prevention Resource Center

Info gain
Info Gain: How to Describe, Detail and Advocate for Data Collection Surveys Webinar

Planning
California Nevada Public Health Training Center

Public Health Program Planning 1: Introduction
This tutorial covers the basic elements of program planning. Different program planning phases as well as guiding principles for planning are presented.

Public Health Program Planning 2: Needs and Assets
Participants will learn about what a needs and assets assessment is, why it is important, and the essential components and will go through the steps of how to conduct their own assessments.

Public Health Program Planning 3: Health Behavior Approaches
The session will give an overview of a few models and theories and discuss implementation strategies and give examples of best uses for each.

Public Health Program Planning 4: Program Development Approaches
Participants will learn how to construct mission statements, vision statements, goals, objectives, and get a brief look at intervention strategies.

Public Health Program Planning 5: Planning Your Program
In this session participants will learn how to develop mission statements, goals and objectives that guide the program planning process.

Public Health Program Planning 9: Developing a Program Budget
This sessions will take participants through the steps of developing a program budget. Participants learn about the different budget components, what to consider when building budget for each components, as well as suggested timeline for development.

Indiana Prevention Resource Center
Crucial Planning

Planning: A Crucial Step in SPF Webinar

Capacity
Empire State Public Health Training Center

Public Health Practice 1
Community Dimension of Public Health Practice: Module 1


Public Health Practice 2
Community Dimension of Public Health Practice: Module 2

Implementation
CADCA

drug disposal

Medicine Safety: Drug Disposal and Storage (3 Modules)

California Nevada Public Health Training Center

Public Health Program Planning 6: Implementation – Delivering Your Program
This session will walk participants through the process of selecting an intervention strategy to reach their desired program outcome. Participants will get an overview of the types of intervention strategies for: Health communication, Health education, Health Policy enforcement, Health related community services, Community mobilization and additional strategies. Participants will gain a better understanding of the guidelines for developing health promotion interventions and how to design appropriate interventions to meet their needs.

Indiana Prevention Resource

Implementation Challenges
Implementation Challenges: Retention & Fidelity Webinar

Implementation Challenges
Environmental Strategies

 
Evaluation
California Nevada Public Health Training Center

Public Health Program Planning 6: Implementation – Delivering Your Program This session will walk participants through the process of selecting an intervention strategy to reach their desired program outcome. Participants will get an overview of the types of intervention strategies for: Health communication, Health education, Health Policy enforcement, Health related community services, Community mobilization and additional strategies. Participants will gain a better understanding of the guidelines for developing health promotion interventions and how to design appropriate interventions to meet their needs.

Public Health Program Planning 8: Evaluation – Findings and Reporting
In this session participants will gain a more in-depth understanding of interpreting and reporting evaluation data. In addition to the various applications of evaluation findings, participants will learn when, how, and why to share evaluation findings.

Empire State Public Health Training Center

Public Health evaluator
Evaluating a Public Health Program

Public Health evaluator
Program Development & Evaluation

Sustainability and Cultural Competency
California Nevada Public Health Training Center:

Applying Behavior Change Theory to Public Health Programs

This training provides a basic orientation and overview of health theory, along with a rationale for using theory to design public health programs.

Empire State Public Health Training Center:
Cross Cultural Communication

Exploring Cross-Cultural Communication

Indiana Prevention Resource Center
Sustainability Solution

The Sustainability Solution Proactive Approaches for Community Coaltions

SAMSHA
Prevention Sustainability

Prevention SustainAbility: Understanding the Basics (5 Modules)

Indiana Prevention Resource Center

Health Communication Part 01: Theories of Communication

This training is designed to improve both interpersonal and written communication skills. The ability to listen, speak, and write well is critical to attainment of goals and objectives, particularly the ability to articulate complex information in a clear and persuasive way to nonscientific audiences.

Health Communication Part 02: Foundational Theories of Health Communication/Promotion

This training is designed to describe the fundamental role of the theories used most often to predict persuasion and guide behavior change in health communication and promotion.

Health Communication Part 03: Social Marketing for Public Health

The purpose of this online tutorial is to teach Public Health professionals the basics of social marketing and steps for establishing a successful social marketing campaign.

Health Communication Part 04: Social Marketing, Branding & Message Development

This training will present strategies to help you design, develop and effectively disseminate your health messages while fostering a positive relationship with your audiences.

Health Communication Part 05: Communication Tools & Technologies, Including Social Media

This training is designed to emphasize online public health communication to varied and diverse audiences, with a focus on popular and effective social media tools like Facebook, Twitter and Blogosphere. The training emphasizes best practices, worst/best case scenarios and the ethics and credibility of social media in public health communication.

Health Communication Part 07: Health Literacy

This training will help participants learn how to develop materials and programs that effectively reach the broadest possible audience, including those with limited health literacy skills.

Health Communication Part 08: Plain Language: Avoiding Jargon, Using Numeracy

This training is designed to enhance health communication using plain language to make written and oral information easier to understand. Language that is plain to one set of readers may not be plain to another set of readers. Many plain-language techniques apply both to verbal and written messages, such as avoiding jargon and explaining technical/medical terms that could affect health outcomes.

Health Communication Part 09: Organizational Communication

This training addressed key issues organizations face in providing public health services to diverse populations. The bureaucratization of public health, ethical dilemmas and conflict between administration and professionals are some of the issues that organizations must address, all of which demand the most effective and efficient communication between organizational members.

Health Communication Part 10: Interpersonal Health Communication

Maintaining good health can be helped or challenged by communication with others (e.g., family members, health care professionals). This session will cover major topics and issues in interpersonal aspects of health communication.

Health Communication Part 11: Risk Communication

This tutorial is designed to describe the basics of risk communication in public health practice. Effective communication of risk in times of crisis is a growing concern in Public Health practice.