It is time to #MaskUpUtah. Wearing face coverings can help slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect the community and those you love. At USOPHE, we mask up for our family, friends and colleagues. Are you in need of a mask? Order one here.
On October 7, 2020 the Utah Society of Public Health Educators (USOPHE) will be hosting the annual 2020 USOPHE Conference at the Research Park Marriott, in Salt Lake City. The theme for the 2020 conference is The 20/20 Vision of Public Health 3.0: Focusing on the Root Cause. USOPHE is seeking sponsorship of the conference. Read more about Seeking Conference Sponsors[…]
View the June 2020 newsletter here. We hope you find these newsletters to be valuable to you as a current or future health education professional in Utah. Not a USOPHE member? Join today or renew your membership online at: usophe.org! Benefits of USOPHE membership: USOPHE list serve and quarterly newsletters First to hear about available internships Read more about June 2020 Newsletter[…]
Do you know someone who would be perfect for a USOPHE Board position in 2021? Nominate them! Do you know someone or an organization who deserves recognition? Nominate them for an award! Nominations open July 17th.
USOPHE is currently accepting abstract submissions for the 2020 USOPHE Conference scheduled for Wednesday, October 7. 2020. With COVID-19 there is uncertainty about timing of phased restrictions, we are looking into virtual platforms as a back-up plan. We are especially interested in abstracts related to the categories listed below. However, we welcome the submission of Read more about Call for Abstracts[…]
Wednesday, October 7th, 2020 Location: The Marriott at Research Park, 480 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Utah Poison Control Center (UPCC) operates the main information line for COVID 19 in Utah. Volunteers must meet the following criteria to qualify: Qualifications · Any health care providers (pharmacists, nurses, physicians, EMTs, paramedics) · Public health professionals (health educators, epidemiologists) *You do not need to be actively working in the field. For example, retired workers Read more about COVID-19 Information Line[…]
Special thank you to the 2017 USOPHE Conference presenters for sharing your presentation slides and your contact information. Use the Right Tool for the JOB!: Why Licensure is the Pathway Forward for Health Education—Tyler Watson, DA, MPH, MCHES, CDE Move Utah: Learn About UDOT’s New Active Transportation Community Planning Program — Kim Clark, PE Does Urban Read more about 2017 Conference Update[…]