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Training Opportunities

Public Health 101
The Public Health 101 Series provides an introduction to public health and covers the sciences essential to public health practice. The fundamental scientific components span topics in epidemiology, public health informatics and surveillance, health economics, public health laboratory science, and related fields. Learn now!

DSHS Hosted Training and Conferences
Learn on-demand trainings and conferences offered or promoted by the Texas Department of State Health Services. Learn more.

Public Health Learning Navigator
Enroll in self-paced or on-demand trainings about a variety of topics including CPH, CHES, cultural competency, and so much more. Learn more.

Online Courses Tulane University x  Region 6 South Central Public Health Training Center
Over 200+ courses are offered on topics such as behavioral health, tribal health, environmental health, and so much more. Learn more and view available courses now!

Texas Health Steps
Get free CE on your schedule with Texas Health Steps Online Provider Education. View an alphabetical list of course titles, or check out the course finder to learn more about the range of topics and formats we offer.

Implementation Science Mini Course
The Center for Implementation in Toronto, Canada is offering for free their self-paced, introductory course to implementation science, “Creating Impact with Evidence-based Implementation”. Learn more and enroll now!

Public Health Law Academy Certificate

CDC and ChangeLab Solutions created the Public Health Law Academy to bridge the learning gap between formal public health and legal training and practice. The Academy now offers a certificate track for its free on-demand trainings. To earn the certificate, you must complete seven trainings in core competencies that all public health practitioners need. Get started.
Policy Surveillance Training Webinar Series
Registration is now open for the introductory and advanced policy surveillance training webinars. The one-hour, free webinars hosted by the Center for Public Health Law Research introduce methods and applications for policy surveillance and scientific legal mapping. Learn more and register.
Virtual Training: Public Health Emergency Law
This suite of free, online training from the CDC’s Public Health Law Program prepares state, tribal, local, and territorial practitioners to make informed legal decisions related to emergency preparedness and response activities in their jurisdictions. Take the training.
Virtual Training: Public Health Authority and Health Equity
CDC’s Public Health Law Program (PHLP) and ChangeLab Solutions offer free training entitled “Public Health Threats & the US Constitution: What Responders Need to Know About Equity, Law, and Public Health Authority” through the Public Health Law Academy. This training provides an overview of laws that affect how the government can respond to health crises in ways that advance rather than hinder health equity. It introduces the constitutional principles and doctrines that protect individual civil liberties from government overreach. Take the training.
Virtual Training: Law and Epidemic Emergency Preparedness (LEEP) Training

CDC’s free, online training covers provisions and concepts applicable to epidemic response, including various challenges faced during the 2014 Ebola response, and applies them to future infectious disease emergency response planning. LEEP examines legal underpinnings of emergency preparedness and response systems, what actions are authorized, and how to minimize legal barriers to an effective large-scale communicable disease response. Take the training.


CHES Exam Study Tips

It Is Time To Think Like A Health Educator: Ready to Pass The CHES Exam? For a list of the Top 10 CHES Exam Study Tips, join the mailing list and/or email Latonya Bynum at Include “CHES Exam Study Tips” as the subject line. Contact LaTonya Bynum at (501) 291-8775.

Fellowship and Internships at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

About Us

The Texas Society for Public Health Education (TSOPHE) is a nonprofit professional organization (EIN 32-0302790) that represents a diverse membership of health education professionals and students across Texas.


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