The COALITION OF COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION (CCHE) will provide other resources to support the provision of high quality workforce development and continuing education for those working in the area of community health/public health. This includes resources such as links to podcasts, reports, articles, and other materials that can serve to increase knowledge and skills for those working in community health/public health.
OTHER ONLINE RESOURCES
OTHER RESOURCES: ONLINE CURRICULLUM FOR TRAINING HIV/AIDS PEER EDUCATORS
Do You Want to Train to Become an HIV/AIDS Peer Educator? Do You Want Host a Training or Be a Trainer of HIV/AIDS Peer Educators? Use the Capacity Building portal located on www.DivaHealth.org and complete the Personal Capacity Building Exercises, providing access to vital information from this book: Wallace, B.C. (2005). HIV/AIDS Peer Education Training Manual: Combining African Health Wisdom and Evidence-Based Behavior Change Strategies, Phila., PA: StarSpirit Press.
CONTRACEPTIVES AT A GLANCE CHART
See the Convenient Table Showing the Major Forms of Contraception (Pregnancy Prevention) and the Advantages and Disadvantages of Each One
SELECTED REFERENCES/ CONTINUED READING
Aiyedun, A. (2014). Predictors of high levels of knowledge of the HIV window period among diverse men: An online study that includes evaluations of an avatar video intended as e-health on the HIV window period. Doctoral Dissertation Teachers College, Columbia University.
Chung, A. (2013). An online investigation of a website featuring a brief electronic media e-health educational intervention to increase fruit and vegetable intake and physical activity among African American mothers and children. Doctoral Dissertation. Teachers College, Columbia University.
Bond, K. (2015). Diffusing the innovation of e-health on post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) using an avatar video tracking African American women: predictors of high rating of the video. Doctoral Dissertation, Teachers College, Columbia University.
Garcia, D. E. (2013). Diffusing the innovation of e-health featuring avatar videos designed to empower men who have sex with men to increase HIV testing, screening for sexually transmitted infections, and risk reduction behaviors. Doctoral Dissertation, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY.
Renne, S.J. (2013). An online evaluation of a brief e-health video intervention to prevent unintended pregnancy and reduce the risk of negative maternal and infant outcomes: Predictors of high video ratings. Doctoral Dissertation, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY
Wallace, B.C. (2013). Creating avatar videos to address health disparities: Using social networks to disseminate e-health and surveys for data collection at-risk populations. A presentation at the 141st American Public Health Association Meeting and Expo, November 5, 2013, Boston, MA.
Wallace, B.C. (2005). HIV/AIDS Peer Education Training Manual: Combining African
Health Wisdom and Evidence-Based Behavior Change Strategies, Phila., PA: StarSpirit Press.