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Health Education Leadership Blog Series: An Interview with Brandon Johnson, MHS, MCHES®

The following interview is part of a new leadership blog series that highlights individuals that have furthered their careers in the health education field and are also currently working in an advanced or leadership role.    Who is Brandon Johnson, MHS, MCHES®?  Name: Brandon Johnson, MHS, MCHES® Job Title(s): Public Health Advisor & Government Projects Officer | Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services  Administration (SAMHSA)  Years’ Expe... Read More
at 22 December 2021

2021 Infographic Contest: Winners Announced!

Communication is an essential part of health education and promotion, and has recently become a standalone Area of Responsibility according to the very latest national job analysis study for the profession. Infographics can bring topics that may be difficult to grasp into focus, or they can summarize a complex process in a visual format that is easier for individuals to comprehend. Infographics are now a very important tool utilized by many practicing Health Education Specialists in expanding... Read More

How to Display Your CHES®/MCHES® Credential

The process of obtaining one’s CHES® or MCHES® certification is by no means an easy accomplishment. In addition to sitting for an arduous competency-based examination, the certification denotes years of university-level academic study and a commitment to professional competency through continuing education. Displaying your professional and academic credentials properly will serve to validate your personal expertise and give tangible recognition of professional achievements. In a... Read More
Posted by Jessica Wessner at 05 December 2021

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