An Important New Certification Program from the Oldest, Most-Respected Men’s Health Organization: Men’s Health Network.
This program will help change the lives and health of boys and men in your community.
What you'll learn:
- Why boys and men across America live shorter, sicker lives than women;
- Key teaching points and ways to motivate boys and men to take better care of themselves—and how supportive loved ones can help guys become healthier;
- The importance of vaccines and how to talk with boys and men about COVID-19;
- How to develop male health- and wellness-oriented programs and events for your community.
The Certified Men’s Health Educator program is current being offered free of charge to a limited number of healthcare professionals and non-healthcare professionals interested in improving the health of those living in their community, and who live or work in designated rural counties in Tennessee. Training for these professionals is provided by Men’s Health Network (www.menshealthnetwork.org), in association with the Rural Health Association of Tennessee (www.tnruralhealth.org), and funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Those who successfully complete the course will earn the “Certified Men’s Health Educator” designation.
The CMHE program is also available, on a fee basis, to interested individuals and organizations. For information on how to enroll, please email [email protected]