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HEAU/USOPHE Spring 2015 Conference Save the Date and Call For Abstracts

November 13, 2014 by  
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The USOPHE Spring 2015 Conference will be held on Friday, April 3rd at the Gail Miller Conference Center located at the SLCC Miller Campus in Sandy.  The call for abstracts has been extended to Friday, February 13th and submissions are encouraged from students, faculty, teachers, health education professionals, researchers and anyone else with an interest in advancing the field of health education in Utah.  Presentation proposals may include current research conducted in the field, innovative programs, new technology or teaching methods, and anything else related to community and public health, health promotion and education, school health, worksite wellness, etc.

Instructions for Submitting an Abstract

Please include the following sections in your proposal:

  1. Session title (less than 10 words)
  2. Description of the session, including:
    1. Material to be presented
    2. Measurable learning objectives
  3. CHES and MCHES Sub-competencies (by number, e.g. 7.1.1) related to each learning objective (information on sub-competencies available at
  4. Personal biography for speaker(s)

Submit your proposal to Lisa Peterson at no later than Friday, February 13th, 2015.

Include the words “U-SOPHE Abstract” in the subject line of the email.

NOTE: Please follow the instructions carefully.  If you would like to submit more than one session proposal, you will need to complete a separate abstract submission form for each one. A confirmation email will be sent once your submission is received. If you do not receive a confirmation email within one week, contact Lisa Peterson at  Following submission, a blind review of all abstracts will be conducted by the Abstract Review Committee.  Selected abstract authors will be notified via email by Friday, March 6th, 2015.

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