Certified Men's Health Educator Training
Men's Health Network, Rural Health Association of Tennessee
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
The Rural Health Association of Tennessee and Men's
Health Network are offering a course that focuses on the
unique needs and challenges of boys and men.
Learning objectives include:
- Communicate with men and boys in rural communities in
ways that resonate with them and will motivate them to
actively engage with the healthcare system and take on
strong role in their own and their loved ones' wellness
- Reimagine healthcare practices and other touch points
in ways that will make men and boys feel comfortable and
- Design and conduct successful programs for men and
boys and recruit participants
- Recognize and address sociocultural considerations
that are unique to the many subpopulations of boys and
- Help women and other trusted loved ones support and
encourage the boys and men in their lives
- Enhance boys' and men's understanding of the COVID
pandemic and educate them about the importance of COVID
testing, vaccinations, and vaccinations in general
The course is designed for healthcare professionals and
individuals who are interested in improving the health of
those living in their community.
Amount of funding
Currently, the training will be provided at no cost for a
limited number of healthcare professionals and
individuals interested in improving the health of those
living in their community, and who live or work in
designated rural counties in Tennessee.
The course fee for individuals working outside of rural
Tennessee is $249.
A link to the online registration form is available on
Health workforce education and training · Healthcare needs and services · Infectious diseases · Men · Public health · Vaccination
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