Core Tasks Include:
- Document activities and record information, such as the numbers of applications completed, presentations conducted, and persons assisted.
- Develop and present health education and promotion programs, such as training workshops, conferences, and school or community presentations.
- Develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with agencies and organizations interested in public health care.
- Develop operational plans and policies necessary to achieve health education objectives and services.
- Collaborate with health specialists and civic groups to determine community health needs and the availability of services and to develop goals for meeting needs.
- Maintain databases, mailing lists, telephone networks, and other information to facilitate the functioning of health education programs.
- Supervise professional and technical staff in implementing health programs, objectives, and goals.
- Design and conduct evaluations and diagnostic studies to assess the quality and performance of health education programs.
- Provide program information to the public by preparing and presenting press releases, conducting media campaigns, or maintaining program-related Web sites.
- Provide guidance to agencies and organizations on assessment of health education needs and on development and delivery of health education programs.
- Develop, conduct, or coordinate health needs assessments and other public health surveys.
- Develop educational materials and programs for community agencies, local government, and state government.
- Prepare and distribute health education materials, such as reports, bulletins, and visual aids, to address smoking, vaccines, and other public health concerns.
- Design and administer training programs for new employees and continuing education for existing employees.
Supplemental Tasks Include:
- Develop, prepare, and coordinate grant applications and grant-related activities to obtain funding for health education programs and related work.
- Develop and maintain health education libraries to provide resources for staff and community agencies.
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