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In this paper, we focus on the role of health educators, specifically Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES)/Master CHES, as being professionally prepared to conduct RHT.
Valley Preferred's Certified Health Education Specialists lead the way by working directly with an employer's team to get the company's wellness program custom-designed and underway.
As part of its continuing professional education program, APHA has long been an accredited provider of continuing education credits for health professionals, including credits for continuing medical education, continuing nursing education and certified health education specialists.
Developed by BeneFIT's Certified Health Education Specialists, Carol Noel Michaels, MPH, MCHES, and Amanda Greene, CHES, the Toolkit, which includes consultation services, educates and guides company leaders in their efforts to implement worksite wellness programs.
All of the institutes offer continuing education credits for participants, including continuing medical education credits, continuing education in nursing credits, and contact hours in health education for certified health education specialists.
In addition, it is mandated that at least two of the three team members be Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES)/Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES) or at the discretion of SABPAC, possess other appropriate qualifications.
Led by Certified Health Education Specialists and backed by advising physicians, nutritionists and clinicians, BeneFIT is the health and wellness arm of Valley Preferred, Pennsylvania's largest provider-owned preferred provider organization, or PPO.
Since 1989, health education specialists meeting education eligibility requirements have had the opportunity to become Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES), a credential offered by the National Commission on Health Education Credentialing, Inc.